For the first time since 1996, the Hermann Trophy has been awarded to a player for the second consecutive year.
The University of Maryland's Brian Mullins was awarded the 2013 Men's Hermann Trophy on Friday evening at the Missouri Athletic Club in St. Louis, becoming only the fifth male player ever to win multiple Hermann Trophies.
FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Dom Dwyer did not know he was heading to the 2012 MLS Combine until a
day before the event kicked off, but that did not stop him from having a decent showing at the
event that he capped off with a goal.
Dwyer helped adiZero (blue) to a 3-1 win over Prime (green) on Tuesday morning, scoring an
insurance goal in the 52nd minute of the game when he pounced on a rebound and knocked the ball
into the back of the net.
TheÂ Hermann Trophy winners announced Friday night in St. Louis had something going for them:
precedent. Senior midfielder Teresa Noyola is the third Stanford player in as many years to win the
women's trophy; Duke junior forward Andrew Wenger followed in the footsteps of his head coach, John
Kerr, who won the men's trophy while [.
The quest for college soccer's top individual award has been narrowed to three competitors.
Duke's Andrew Wenger, North Carolina's Billy Schuler and Creighton's Ethan Finlay were named
finalists for the Hermann Trophy, emerging from a list of 15 semifinalists that was released
earlier in the week.
With just weeks until the 2014 MLS SuperDraft, and with our own Black-and-Red holding the first pick, we are looking over the top prospects that will be available for selection. The third installment of our series looks at the top available player already inside the District of Columbia, Steve Neumann.
Marcus Tracy created a bit of a media storm when he signed with Major League Soccer earlier this week. And why not? Tracy won the 2008 Hermann Trophy (college soccer's equivalent of the Heisman Trophy). The American forward spurned MLS in 2009 and signed a contract with Danish club AaB. If Tracy would have signed with MLS, he likely would have been the first pick in the 2009 MLS SuperDraft.
The Portland Timbers U23's took on the Fraser Valley Mariners yesterday and did something that
the Timbers first team has not done since the first week of the season: they won big and they won
in style. With a final score of 3-0, a score that was generous to the Mariners, the U23's opened
their season with an exciting victory.
Arsene Wenger might consider his namesake Andrew Wenger in his search for a full back. Wenger, a
Duke University standout shows why he is the top pick in this year's MLS SuperDraft. He is listed
as a defender/forward and you can see why. He has impressive ball skills, attacks down the flanks
with speed, and finishes impressively.
Most surprising on the day of the MLS SuperDraft were the opening words spoken by Don Garber as he
greeted the viewers and public... in French. His words were spoken in order to honor MLS newcomers
and first to pick in the draft, the Montreal Impact. Beyond the initial surprise of that, the
remainder of the draft left little in the way of talking points.
Four player with ties to New England were taken in Thursday's MLS SuperDraft.
Defender Andrew Jean-Baptiste (Connecticut), defender Aaron Maund (Dorchester, Mass.),
midfielder Tony Cascio (Connecticut) and forward Luckymore Mkosana (Dartmouth) all had their names
called at the Kansas City Convention Center.
No. 1 selection Andrew WengerU.S. Soccer Communications
U.S. Under-23 defender and U.S. Soccer Development Academy alum Andrew Wenger out of Duke was the
top selection by the Montreal Impact during Thursday's MLS SuperDraft held at the NSCAA Convention
in Kansas City. Three of the first five selections in the draft had Development Academy ties.
When Major League Soccer teams make their draft picks in Thursday's amateur draft, several
players with local ties are sure to go off the board. You may not have three former Reading United
players go off the board in the first round, as happened last year when that burgeoning soccer
factory churned out C.
Senior forward becomes the first finalist in program history
ST. LOUIS, Mo. â€“ Virginia senior forward Caroline Miller (Rockville, Md.) was named one of the three women's finalists for the 2012 Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced on Thursday.
CHARLOTTESVILLE â€“ Virginia senior forward Caroline Miller (Rockville, Md.) was named a semifinalist for the 2012 Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy, the most prestigious individual award in college soccer. Miller is one of 15 candidates announced Wednesday by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
Creighton senior forward Ethan Finlay (Marshfield) collected another All-American honor,
while Marquette midfielder Calum Mallace added his first.
Finlay was a first-team choice and Mallace made the second team of the College Soccer News
On Friday, Finlay was named to the top team of the National Soccer Coaches Association of
America NCAA Division I men's All-America team and was announced as one of three finalists for the
Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy, awarded to the country's top player.
NEWTON, Mass. â€“ The Boston College women's soccer team kicked off the 2012 season in style,
cruising past Providence College on their way to a 3-0 victory in front of 831 at the Newton Campus
Senior Kristen Mewis, who was named to the Hermann Trophy Watch List earlier this week, led the
charge with a goal and an assist, while freshman McKenzie Meehan and junior Patrice Vettori also
Midfielder Sinead Farrelly has officially agreed to terms to return to the PhiladelphiaÂ
IndependenceÂ for the 2012 season. Farrelly was a standout at the University of Virginia where she
was a second team All-American and a Hermann Trophy finalist. Â The Havertown-native was
Philadelphia's first pick (second overall) in last season's draft.
The entire roster for the U.S. WNT training camp is complete as forward Christen Press has arrived.
Press says there was two feet of snow on the ground when she left Sweden, where she is playing for
Kopparbergs/GÃ¶teborg FC. It was closer to 80-degrees when she landed in Florida on Thursday
evening for her first-ever full National Team call-up.
UCLA's Sydney Leroux was the top pick of the Atlanta Beat during
the 2012 WPS Draft on Friday.
Forward Sydney Leroux, who currently is training with the U.S. Women's National Team in Los Angeles
trying to make the squad for the 2012 CONCACAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament, was selected
as the top pick by the Atlanta Beat during Friday's 2012 WPS Draft at the NSCAA Convention in
Kansas City, Mo.
U.S. Under-23 defender and U.S. Soccer Development Academy alum Andrew Wenger out of Duke was
the top selection by the Montreal Impact during Thursday's MLS SuperDraft held at the NSCAA
Convention in Kansas City. Three of the first five selections in the draft had Development Academy
The 2011 Hermann Trophy winner and ACC Offensive Player of the Year had 17 goals and eight assists
Pennsylvania native Andrew Wenger won the Hermann TrophyÂ Friday as the best player in men's
college soccer. The former Reading United and Duke University star is expected to be a top-3 pick
in this month's MLS college draft. Stanford's Teresa Noyola won the women's award.
The Hermann Trophy finalists were announced Friday, and two of the three finalists are Reading
United AC alumni: forwards Andrew Wenger of Duke and Billy Schuler of North Carolina. Both are
juniors who grew up in Pennsylvania.
All told, six Reading United alumni were named All-American, with goalkeeper Brian Holt of
Creighton and defender Matt Hedges of North Carolina joining Wenger and Schuler on the first
FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- The second day of the MLS Combine was the first day for Ethan Finlay,
who had arrived to the Sunshine State on Saturday. He had missed the first day of the event on
Friday to attend the Hermann Trophy Award ceremony in St.
The MLS Combine gets underway in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., later this afternoon, and MLS has
released the rosters for the four teams that will compete in front of coaches and scouts for the
next four days.
Seven foreign players were invited to participate in the combine, which is otherwise comprised
of NCAA seniors and Generation adidas signings.
Coming off its worst season on record, there's no doubt that the Revolution will have to
maximize every availableÂ opportunity to help them get back to respectability. After selecting
three established MLS players during last month's Re-entry Draft, their next chance to bolster the
rosterÂ arrives on Thursday with the SuperDraft.
Four New England-based college players will be making the trek to Fort Lauderdale, Fla. for the
2012 MLS Player Combine, which will run from Jan. 6-10, 2012.
The UConn duo of defender Nick Blake and forward Tony Cascio, as well as Dartmouth forward
Luckymore Mkosana and Providence goalkeeper Jhojan Obando, are among 52 college seniors that will
attempt to improve their SuperDraft stock during the five-day showcase, which will host a number of
MLS coaches, general managers and scouts all hoping to get a glimpse of the country's best
Boston College alumnus Laura Georges helped lead France on an impressive run to the semifinals
in the women's soccer tournament at the 2012 London Olympics, but her team came up just short
against Japan in a 2-1 loss at Wembley Stadium on Monday. France will now head to the bronze medal
match against the loser of the semifinal between the U.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. â€“ Two Virginia women's soccer players were named All-Americans as the National
Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) announced its 2011 awards on Friday. Freshman
midfielder Morgan Brian (St. Simons Island, Ga.) was named a first-team
All-American and junior forward Caroline Miller (Rockville, Md.