Topic: Men’s Soccer

Jameson Lochhead ’16 traps the ball under his foot. The junior center back will anchor Bruno’s defense against Forrest Clancy, Duke Lacroix, Alec Neumann and the rest of the Quakers’ offensive attack.


With extra-time win, men’s soccer gains momentum facing Penn

October 31, 2014 0 comments

It took Cross ’16 just 53 seconds of extra time to break a scoreless stalemate and lift the men’s soccer team to a victory over University of New Hampshire.

Captain Ben Maurey ’15.5 protects the ball from a Cornell defender. With three goals, Maurey is the team’s leading scorer, but Bruno’s offense has otherwise been anemic, failing to score twice in a game since Sept. 14.


Ivy title hopes in dire straits for men’s soccer after home defeat

October 27, 2014 0 comments

A goal by Cornell’s Eric Nuss exactly half an hour into the game Saturday ostensibly erased the men’s soccer team’s hopes of winning an Ivy League title.

Jameson Lochhead ’16 steps into a free kick. The defender has solidified his spot on the back line and will anchor the defense against Cornell.


Men’s soccer hosts top-flight defense in conference showdown

October 24, 2014 0 comments

Bruno enters its fourth round of Ivy play clinging to the top half of the standings when it faces a surprisingly underperforming Cornell this weekend.

Tariq Akeel ’16 eyes a ball in the air. The midfielder contributed to Bruno’s 1-1 draw Saturday with several tackles and key passes all over the field.


Men’s soccer weathers early deficit, contested officiating to earn draw

October 20, 2014 0 comments

The men’s soccer team landed squarely in the middle of the Ivy League standings after Saturday’s match with Harvard ended in a 1-1 draw.

Mitch Kupstas ’14.5 surveys the field. Kupstas is the backbone of Bruno’s stifling defense, which has ceded just three goals in its last six games.


Men’s soccer draws Eagles, take on Crimson to cap off Beantown series

October 17, 2014 0 comments

After losing its grip and falling to Princeton, the men’s soccer team looked to rebound in Tuesday’s non-conference matchup with Boston College.

Nate Pomeroy ’17 fires a header high into the air. The sophomore striker has contributed a goal and an assist to Bruno’s attack and, if he returns to the field from an injury, could be an x-factor for the offense this weekend in its matchup against a weak Princeton defense.


In men’s soccer, Bears seek fifth-straight shutout in duel with desperate Tigers

October 10, 2014 0 comments

Looking to continue its Ivy League success, the men’s soccer team will trek down to Roberts Stadium to face Princeton.

Athlete of the week: Captain Maurey ’15.5 ends four-game scoring drought


Athlete of the week: Captain Maurey ’15.5 ends four-game scoring drought

October 10, 2014 0 comments

After going 430 minutes without a goal, the men’s soccer team has forward Ben Maurey ’and his late-game heroics to thank for its 1-0 victory over Columbia.

Defenseman Tim Whalen ’16 brings the ball up. Bruno’s defense has allowed no goals in four games, but the team has scored just once in that stretch.


Late goal helps men’s soccer stun Lions

October 6, 2014 0 comments

The men’s soccer team battled sheets of rain, gusts of wind and the Columbia Lions this weekend in what was a spectacular opener to the Ivy League season.

Co-captain Daniel Taylor ’15 launches a free kick. Taylor and the midfield will look to help out on both ends of the field to take down Columbia.


Bruno to grapple with Columbia in soccer conference opener

October 3, 2014 0 comments

The seven-game tournament constituting Ivy League play begins this weekend for the men’s soccer team, as the squad hosts Columbia.

The Bears huddle up as a team before the start of a game. The defenders carried the team this weekend, shutting out both the University of Vermont and Fairfield University.


Despite stalling offense, men’s soccer salvages extra-time draws

September 29, 2014 0 comments

A revitalized backline flexed its defensive prowess this weekend, as the men’s soccer team kept its opponents off the scoreboard for 220 minutes.