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FGCU men’s soccer earns its first home victory of season over San Francisco

On Thursday night, the FGCU men’s soccer team returned home from their west-coast trip with a 2-1 win over San Francisco to notch their first home win of the season. “It was a good win,” FGCU Head coach Bob Butehorn said. “It was a really difficult game but I knew it was going to be a difficult game because coming back from the west coast we were really heavy legged. I’m pleased that they battled but we showed some signs of immaturity that we need to improve for the next one.” As both teams exchanged corner kicks in the...

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FGCU men’s soccer to host Michigan in home opener

After a 2-1 loss on Friday night to Northwestern, the FGCU men’s soccer team hosts Michigan in its home opener. Michigan faced No. 19 USF in Tampa this past Friday, which ended in a 0-0 draw. While the Eagles currently hold a 0-1-0 record, the Wolverines stand at 0-0-1. With neither team coming out of its season opener victorious, both teams look for their first win of the 2016 campaign. 2015 Big Ten freshman of the year Francis Atuahene is a key player to keep an eye on. Atuahene tallied 10 goals and 13 assists last season for the...

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FGCU men’s soccer falls to Northwestern in first game of 2016

On Friday night the FGCU Eagles took on the Northwestern Wildcats to kick off the 2016 men’s soccer season at Martin Stadium in Evanston, Illinois. The Eagles, who have won the ASUN Conference the last six years in a row, made some changes in their line up as the brought in Jiro Barriga Toyama on the wing, Thomas Delplace on defense, and Jared Brown as the Goalkeeper. In the first few minutes, it appeared the Eagles had set the tone. Northwestern’s Elo Ozumba fired a shot at FGCU’s Jared Brown who made the first save of his college career....

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FGCU men’s soccer to face Northwestern in season opener

This Friday the FGCU Eagles men’s soccer team opens their season in Evanston, Illinois, as they take on Northwestern University. The Eagles held a 7-4-3 record last season and were undefeated in the ASUN conference with a 4-0-1 record. With the departures of ASUN player of the year Rodrigo Saravia, ASUN defensive player of the year Aaron Guillen, and ASUN goalkeeper of the year Nathan Ingram, FGCU looks to win their seventh straight ASUN regular season championship and qualify for the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in six seasons. The Eagles missed the top 25 rankings in the...

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