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November 20th, 2015 Posted in College News & Events

Men’s Soccer

Men's Soccer team

First-year Head Coach Petrut Bumbanac named the Spartans Men’s Soccer captains for the 2015 season. Representing the Spartans are returning sophomores Chris Davison from Newcastle, England, Paul McCormick from Glasgow, Scotland and goalkeeper Thalu Masindi from London, England.

Last year was the team’s most successful campaign ever, capturing a NJCAA national tournament appearance and win, and first-ever Region III Championship. This season, the team came up just short of a return to the NJCAA National Tournament, falling to Herkimer College 2-0 in the Region III A Final. Herkimer holds it reign on junior college soccer with their 27th straight Region III championship.

Spartan sophomores Chris Davison and Thalu Masindi were name to the All-Tournament team. Five Spartans were chosen for All-Region honors including Davison and freshman defender Chris Barrie of Galston, Scotland, who were named to the first team. Paul McCormick, Daniel Bonehill, Birmingham, England and Paul Coyle of Glasgow, Scotland made second team All-Region.

T Masindi - Soccer captain 2015 P McCormick-Soccer captain 2015 C Davison-soccer captain

It was another great season for the men’s soccer program and they look to continue establishing a national presence!

Women’s Soccer

Women's Soccer

Women’s soccer Head Coach Robie Robillard announced this season’s captains; sophomores Brooke Laukaitis and Malarie Nelson, both of Seneca Falls, NY. The lady Spartans made a significant impact as freshmen for the team. Last season the ladies made a post-season appearance in the NJCAA Region III. This season ended with an overall 3-11 finish, with a total of 26 goals.

Brooke Laukaitis Malarie Nelson Michaela Breeze

Congratulations to freshman standout Michaela Breeze of Auburn, NY, as she earn Mid-State Athletic All-Conference honors. Breeze smashed Spartan records for freshman scorers with 19 goals and 3 assists and is ranked #14 in the nation in scoring and ranked 6th overall in NJCAA Region III. She was twice named NJCAA Region III Athlete-of-the Week and also named the Spartan Athlete-of-the-Week on two separate occasions.

Women’s Volleyball

Jadda Phillips Taylor King-Carr Women's 2015 Volleyball

First year head coach Ted Hile, who steps up from his assistant role the last two seasons and replaces Ashley McDonough, named the team’s captains for the 2015 women’s volleyball season. Returning sophomore setter Jadda Phillips from Corcoran HS in Syracuse, NY and freshman Taylor King-Carr from Clyde-Savannah, NY served as team captains for this season. The lady Spartans competed in 31 matches with an overall finish of 12-20.

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