Kareem "Enzo" Riley of the FIU men's soccer team has been named Conference USA Defensive Player of the Week, as announced by the league office on Tuesday afternoon.
Tyrese Spicer’s first taste of NCAA soccer was in the spring of 2021 and he did not disappoint. He scored three goals and added an assist in six matches for Lipscomb University. “I was grateful to have a good spring season because I felt really prepared for that season,” Spicer told BGN. “Even though it was a short season for me because of injuries, I was able to continue to learn off the pitch information about my team and learned a lot from my observation of our opponents.”
Fairmont State University Director of Athletics, Greg Bamberger, named Kernell Borneo as the new head women's soccer coach at Fairmont State on Friday, June 25, 2021.
The racial discrimination lawsuit brought against American University by former AU soccer player David Nakhid has been dismissed, according to Bloomberg Law.
Hollywood loves a great sports story almost as much as it loves a story of overcoming the odds to find redemption. Oscar- and Grammy-winning artist Common’s upcoming movie will give audiences both.
For the second-consecutive week, Lipscomb and Central Arkansas brought home the ASUN Conference Men's Soccer Weekly Awards as the 23rd-ranked Bisons' Tyrese Spicer was named Player of the Week, while Alberto Suarez earned the Defensive Player of the Week nod, announced by the league office on Tuesday. Spicer recorded a hat trick in Lipscomb's 4-1 comeback win at Evansville to earn his first career weekly award. Suarez led UCA to a pair of 1-0 shutout wins, scoring both goals against Elon and UAB. Both Spicer and Suarez have led their respective teams to a pair of undefeated records (4-0) to begin the season.
Tobago’s Asha James has won the Newcomer of the Year Award in the Lone Star Conference (LSC) Women’s Soccer Player of the Year honors on Tuesday.
FIVE-time national schools’ champion goalkeeper Akyla Walcott (Pleasantville Secondary) has earned a full scholarship with Essex County College in New Jersey.
Jaasiel Forde’s journey to college took her from an island in the Caribbean to a small town in North Carolina. Now a junior defender at Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, North Carolina, Forde originally hails from Trinidad and Tobago.