Tag Archives: Men’s soccer
String of five wins in a row includes three shutouts.
As of Nov. 2, the Mount Vernon Nazarene University Cougar men’s soc- cer team is 5-2-2 in the Crossroads League and 11-5-3 overall.
As the end of the regular season looms, MVNU men’s and women’s soccer teams will be preparing to make a run into postseason tournaments.
Coming all the way from St. Catherine, Jamaica, right outside Kingston, Chris Allen is a soccer player through and through. By Josh Falk.
It was a disappointing year in many ways for the MVNU men’s soccer team.
The Cougars ended their season with a three-game losing streak and a final record of seven wins, 11 losses and one draw. By Zach Snider.
Coach Andrew Bellemen led the men’s soccer team to victory with a 3-1 win over Spring Arbor University on Saturday, Oct. 8. The Lady Cougars fell 2-1 during their game on Tuesday, Oct. 11. By Janae Brust.
The MVNU men’s soccer team has had its ups and downs this year both on and off the field. Yet it seems the tough times have brought the team as close together as the good times have. By James McDowell and Zach Snider.
In his inaugural year, coach Andrew Belleman led the men’s soccer team to a 4-2 start to the season.
“Former head coach Paul Furey recruited high-quality guys, so that’s a blessing,” Belleman said. By James McDowell.
The Cougars men’s soccer team has been training mentally and physically for its new season. The team has been working to bond and “instilling brotherhood and the other characteristics that build the core values of our team,” said Chris Allen, a senior forward. By Amanda Jacobs.
After 21 years at MVNU, men’s soccer coach Paul Furey is moving to fill an opening at Lee University as head coach of the men’s soccer team. By Sarah Einselen
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