MADISON, N.J. - The Landmark Conference announced today that 32 student-athletes have been honored with selection to the 2007 Fall Landmark All-Academic Team. Two male and two female athletes from each of the eight Landmark institutions make up the team which recognizes athletes who have excelled athletically and academically.
MADISON, N.J. - Seven men's soccer players were among the 30 student-athletes from Goucher who were recognized by the Landmark Conference for academic accomplishments today by being included on the 2007 Fall Landmark Conference Academic Honor Roll.
MADISON, N.J. - Sophomore midfielder Galen Guindon (Wallingford, PA/Friends Central) represents Goucher on the inaugural All-Landmark Conference Men's Soccer Team which was revealed today by the conference.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Julien Greco (Shutesbury, MA/St. George's School), a sophomore forward on Goucher's men's soccer team, was named today to the ESPN The Magazine 2007 Academic All-District II College Division Men's Soccer Team.
HUNTINGDON, Pa. - Presented with the opportunity to finish the season with a three-game winning streak, Goucher followed up victories over Lancaster Bible and Gwynedd-Mercy earlier this week with a 3-2 Landmark Conference triumph this afternoon over Juniata.
TOWSON, Md. - After setting up his team's only goal of the first half today, Julien Greco (Shutesbury, MA/St. George's School) scored both of Goucher's goals in the second half. The sophomore forward's five-point performance propelled the Gophers to a 3-1 triumph over Gwynedd-Mercy.
LANCASTER, Pa. - Geoffrey Gray-Cornelius (Poughkeepsie, NY/Oakwood Friends School), Patrick DeLapp (Wyomissing, PA/Wyomissing Area) and Brandon Nicholson (Germantown, MD/Damascus) all scored their first goals of the season today as Goucher downed Lancaster Bible in convincing fashion, 7-0.
TOWSON, Md. - Goucher had 83:30 to respond to the goal that gave Scranton an early 1-0 advantage today. Instead, the Gophers suffered their fourth 1-0 loss of the season and this one to the Royals ended their chances at earning one of the four spots in the upcoming Landmark Conference championship tournament.
TOWSON, Md. - Goucher entered today's game against Catholic as the highest-scoring team in the Landmark Conference, averaging 2.31 goals per game. But the Gophers failed to score against the Cardinals in the first half and trailed 1-0 at the break.
TOWSON, Md. - Goucher appeared headed to overtime for a third time this season when today's Landmark Conference game on Beldon Field against U.S. Merchant Marine Academy was still scoreless entering the final minute of regulation. But overtime was averted when Chris Flanagan tallied his fourth goal of the season with just :32 showing on the clock to lift the Mariners past the Gophers, 1-0.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - All of the statistics suggested a close contest and that's just what the Goucher-Moravian game was today. The Greyhounds managed to protect a one-goal lead over the final 65:50 to earn a 1-0 victory over head coach Gary Dunda's Gophers.
TOWSON, Md. - Although Goucher and Susquehanna combined to take a total of 27 shots during regulation today, neither team was able to score a goal. Ten more shots during overtime also failed to break the scoreless deadlock, producing the first tie in the history of the Landmark Conference.
SALISBURY, Md. - Although Goucher never did manage to break through and get a win over Salisbury during its stay in the Capital Athletic Conference, recent history suggested that the Gophers could play at the same level as the Sea Gulls. In fact, the last five times the two in-state rivals played, the margin of victory for Salisbury was a single goal.
MADISON, N.J. - Despite a number of scoring chances, Goucher wasn't able to capitalize on any of them today and as a result suffered a 3-0 loss to Drew in the inaugural Landmark Conference game for both teams.
WESTMINSTER, Md. - Goucher had not encountered overtime this season until today's game against McDaniel. Unfortunately, the one-goal setback the Green Terror inflicted on the Gophers is something head coach Gary Dunda's players have had to deal with more than they would like.
ANNVILLE, Pa. - Goucher kept Lebanon Valley off the scoreboard well into the second half today until the Flying Dutchmen capitalized on a corner kick to score the only goal of the contest and emerge with a 1-0 victory over the Gophers.
TOWSON, Md. - There were just over nine minutes remaining in regulation today when Goucher's Tim McMullen (Millersville, MD/Old Mill) successfully converted a penalty kick that produced a 2-2 tie in the Gophers' game against Washington (Md.). And the clock was showing just 4:05 left to play when Travis Boland (Athol, MA/Ralph C. Mahar) scored the goal that provided the home team with an exciting 3-2 victory over the Shoremen.
GRANTHAM, Pa. - All three goals Goucher scored in the second half today reduced a two-goal deficit down to one. But Cortland also had an effective response for each of the Gophers' goals and, as a result, the Red Dragons were able to defeat head coach Gary Dunda's troops, 5-3, at the Messiah College Soccer Classic.
GRANTHAM, Pa. - Goucher overcame a 2-0 deficit in the second half thanks to goals by Julien Greco (Shutesbury, MA/St. George's School) and Jay Berger (Manalapan, NJ/Manalapan), but the final goal of the contest belonged to Grove City and allowed the Wolverines to down the Gophers, 3-2, today at the Messiah College Soccer Classic.
MADISON, N.J. - Freshman Andrew Bull (Doylestown, PA/Central Bucks West) came off the bench for Goucher to score a total of six goals in the first two games of his collegiate career this past weekend and that was enough for the Landmark Conference to name him its Offensive Men's Soccer Player of the Week for the period ending Sept. 2.
TOWSON, Md. - Goucher spotted Penn St.-Berks a 1-0 advantage this afternoon, but wrested the lead from the Nittany Lions in the 24th minute of play and then pulled away for a 5-1 victory that allowed the Gophers to conclude the Goucher College Soccer Classic with a 2-0 record.
TOWSON, Md. -- Twelve different players either scored at least one goal or were credited with one or more assists -- and one tied the school record for most goals in a game -- as Goucher overwhelmed Gallaudet, 12-0, today in the opening round of the Goucher College Soccer Classic.