Goals from Adam Watkins (McConnells, S.C./Clover) and Nick Halliday (Cranbury, N.J./Princeton High) and some big saves by goalkeeper David Price (Needham, Mass./Beaver Country) saw the Bentley men’s soccer team upend No. 6 ranked Merrimack 2-1 on Wednesday afternoon.
Bentley forward Julian Stewart (Acton, Mass./Acton-Boxboro) scored his third goal of the season, but Southern Connecticut scored late to take a 2-1 victory over the visiting Falcons on Saturday afternoon.
Junior Matt Tidona (Bellmore, N.Y./Friends Academy) scored in the 100th minute to give the Bentley men’s soccer team a 2-1, come from behind overtime win over Caldwell on Sunday afternoon to give the Falcons two wins at the season opening Merrimack Kickoff Classic.
Junior Alec Foster (Wayland, Mass./Wayland) scored two goals to lead the Bentley men’s soccer team to a 4-2 win over Molloy in the team’s season opening game at the Merrimack Kickoff Classic on Friday afternoon.
The Bentley men’s soccer team begins its 2018 season on Friday against Molloy with the first of two games at the Merrimack Kickoff Classic. Two days later, the Falcons will take on Caldwell to conclude the tournament.
The 2018 Bentley men’s soccer team will be captained by senior goalkeeper David Price (Needham, Mass./Beaver Country) and senior defender Kevin Williams (Wilmington, Delaware/Salesianum School) as the Falcons prepare to kick off their season.
For the 19th consecutive semester, Bentley University had the most selections for the Northeast-10 Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll with 369 student-athletes recognized for having a 3.0 or better grade point average during the spring 2018 semester.
Bentley University men's soccer player Eric Spangler (Lafayette, Colo./Centaurus) was named to the Northeast-10 Academic All-Conference teams in his sport as the NE10 revelaed its Academic All-Conference teams from the fall sports.
Bentley University is tied for number one nationally in the latest NCAA Division II Academic Success Rate report. Of the three institutions who shared the top spot with a 98 percent ASR, Bentley is the only one that has a football program. In recognition of having a four-year ASR of 90 or better, Bentley received a “Presidents’ Award for Academic Excellence” from the NCAA.
The Bentley soccer field was recently given a patriotic design by the University's facilities department to honor all of our service members on Veterans Day. Said turf specialist Brian Tencza, "The design was made for Veteran’s Day to honor our all of our service members who have served and who currently serve. I’m thankful to work with such great people who took time out of their schedules to help me so we could honor our Veterans."
Bentley’s run as the No. 8 seed went all the way to overtime of the NE10 Men's Soccer Finals, but it was the No. 2 seed Merrimack that walked away with the title 2-1 as a header by Aasmund Joedahl was the winning goal 1:17 into overtime.
The Northeast-10 on Thursday announced that Bentley’s Julian Stewart (Acton, Mass./Acton-Boxboro) and Adam Watkins (McConnells, S.C./Clover) have been named to the 2017 Men’s Soccer All-Conference teams.