Men's Soccer 2008 Headlines

  • SVC Men’s Soccer Score In NECC Awards
    October 30, 2008
    BENNINGTON, Vt. - Southern Vermont men’s soccer sophomore Aaron Eschler (Gloversville, N.Y./Broadalbin-Perth HS) was named the 2008 NECC Men’s Soccer Goalie of the Year Thursday. The Mountaineers, led by head coach Tim Penrod, were also honored as the 2008 NECC Team Sportsmanship Award recipients.
  • SVC Falls Short In Conference Play
    October 25, 2008
    BROOKLINE, Mass. – The Southern Vermont men's soccer team wanted to close out the 2008 season with a win but came up short against NECC foe Newbury College in a 3-0 loss on the road Saturday.
  • Defensive Lapse Costs Mountaineers
    October 21, 2008
    COBLESKILL, N.Y. - The Southern Vermont men’s soccer team allowed six goals in a lapse of defense on the road in non-conference play against SUNY-Cobleskill Tuesday. The 6-0 loss drops the Mountaineers squad to 2-12-1 overall and 1-4 in the NECC.
  • Mountaineers Fall To NECC Leader
    October 18, 2008
    BENNINGTON, Vt. – The Southern Vermont men's soccer team held New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) leader Mitchell College to just two goals but it was not enough to seal the victory as they lost 2-0 on Saturday.
  • Mountaineers Come Up Short In NECC Shootout
    October 11, 2008
    BENNINGTON, Vt.— The Southern Vermont men’s soccer team had the lead late into the 63rd minute of Saturday’s New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) game against Becker College but gave up two goals that blew out their hopes for a victory in the 3-2 loss on Everett Field.
  • Lynx Slip By Mountaineers in Final Minutes
    October 04, 2008
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Southern Vermont College took a 1-0 lead deep into the second half, but Lesley University was able to score two goals to capture the lead and hold onto a slim 2-1 victory over the Mountaineers Saturday afternoon. The Lynx improved to 4-6-1 (2-0 NECC) with the win while the Mountaineers dropped to 2-9-1 (1-2 NECC).
  • Mountaineers Outshot By Thoroughbreds
    October 01, 2008
    SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. – The Southern Vermont men’s soccer team coming off a tough loss and only a day of rest in between games lost 6-0 on the road to Skidmore College. The Mountaineers were within reach of victory most of the game with the score 2-0 until the 72nd when the Thoroughbreds got four goals in 17 minutes to seal the win.
  • Mountaineers Can't Take Down Colonels
    September 29, 2008
    BENNINGTON, Vt. - The Mountaineers men’s soccer team allowed seven goals to pass through the frame against Curry College, Monday, in the eventual 7-1 loss. Prior to this game Southern Vermont’s opponents were averaging 1.53 goals per game a huge improvement from last years 8.07 opponent average.
  • Mountaineers Win First Conference Game 1-0
    September 27, 2008
    BENNINGTON, Vt. - The Southern Vermont College men's soccer team faced off against its conference foe Elms College on homecoming weekend in what was the most explosive game of the year at Everett Field. The boisterous homecoming crowd booed and cheered as the game was plagued with foul after foul (37 in all including several yellow cards).
  • Mountaineers Tie Up Raptors
    September 23, 2008
    BENNINGTON, Vt. – The scoreboard may have read 0-0 but the Southern Vermont men’s soccer team played amazing soccer against Bard College Tuesday night. Neither team could come up with a goal in 110 minutes of play as the game ended in a double-overtime tie.
  • Southern Vermont Shut Out 2-0
    September 20, 2008
    BENNINGTON, Vt. – The Southern Vermont men’s soccer team had its first conference game of the season but could not generate any offensive game against Daniel Webster College on Saturday. Despite the lack of offense the Mountaineers held it together to only allow 16 shots by the visiting Eagles, the lowest of the season for SVC.
  • Mountaineer Winning Streak Comes to an End
    September 16, 2008
    BENNINGTON, Vt. – The Southern Vermont men’s soccer team gave its all but could not come up with its third consecutive win Tuesday in a 3-1 loss to Union College (4-1-1). A victory would have given the squad its first three-game winning streak in over a decade.
  • Mountaineers Garner Two NECC Awards
    September 15, 2008
    BENNINGTON Vt. – It is only two weeks into the Southern Vermont College Men’s Soccer season however members of the team are already gaining recognition from the conference (New England Collegiate Conference) in its inaugural season.
  • SVC Men Find Win Column Again
    September 13, 2008
    POTTERSVILLE, N.Y. – Freshman forward Nick Haggerty (Wynantskill, NY/Averill Park HS) scored two goals for the second straight game and sophomore Tony Martinez (Hoosick Falls, NY/Hoosick Falls HS) added two more as the Mountaineers men’s soccer team won its second straight game, 5-1, over the Word of Life Huskies on Saturday.
  • SVC Men’s Soccer Gets First Win of Season
    September 11, 2008
    POULTNEY, Vt. – The Southern Vermont College Men’s Soccer team beat Green Mountain College Eagles in non-conference action today by a score of 3-2. It is the team's first win in nearly two years. It is also the first win of the Coach Tim Penrod Era.
  • Mountaineers drop close match on the road 2-0
    September 06, 2008
    WESTFIELD, Mass. – The Southern Vermont College men’s soccer team battled hard on the road Thursday, yet came up short to Westfield State College 2-0. The Mountaineers, who dropped to 0-4 on the year, played hard yet were outmatched by the physical nature of Westfield State.
  • Mountaineers Drop OT Contest with in-state rival, 1-0
    September 04, 2008
    Bennington, Vt. – The Southern Vermont College men’s soccer team took its second straight opponent into overtime before losing 1-0 to Castleton State College in the 99th minute in front of over 75 fans at Everett Field.
  • New Soccer Field To Be Ready for 2008
    June 03, 2008
    BENNINGTON, Vt. — The Southern Vermont College men’s and women’s soccer teams will have a soccer field on campus for the 2008-2009 school year and beyond. Thanks in large part to a donation by Sarah Everett McCowan, Everett Field will by ready for play by the fall season.