Three Goucher College Men’s Soccer players were named to the 2017 All-Landmark Conference teams on Thursday. Seniors Scott Mt. Pleasant (Clifton Park, N.Y./Shenendehowa) and Drew Phillips (Hoosick Falls, N.Y./Hoosick Falls Central School), along with sophomore Brandon Cohen (Redondo Beach Calif./Redondo Union) were all tabbed to the Second Team at their positions.
Goucher (6-7-5, Landmark 1-4-2) dropped a 4-1 decision on Saturday to #11 nationally ranked Drew University in Madison, NJ. With the victory over the Gophers, the Rangers complete an undefeated season in the Landmark Conference and finish their regular season undefeated (17-0-1).
After playing 110 minutes of soccer the Goucher College men's soccer program (6-6-5, Landmark 1-3-2) battled the Washington College Shoremen to a 0-0 draw tonight, making this the eighth game the team has gone into overtime in the 2017 season, and the fifth occasion they have gone into double overtime.
On a day when Goucher honored its graduating seniors (Elton Kativhu (Harare, Zimbabwe), Sam Bloxam (Center Valley Pa.), Scott Mt. Pleasant (Clifton Park, N.Y.) and Drew Philips (Hoosick Falls, N.Y.) Goucher College men's soccer team (6-5-4, Landmark 1-3-2) lost 3-1 to the Royals from Scranton University (9-6-0, Landmark 2-3-0) Saturday afternoon at Beldon Field in a Landmark Conference battle of two teams fighting for the fourth and final playoff spot.
The Goucher College Men's Soccer team (6-5-4, Landmark 1-2-2) was defeated by Elizabethtown College (8-5-1, Landmark 2-2-1) 1-0 Saturday evening.
Goucher (6-4-4, 1-1-2) traveled to Ursinus and following 110 minutes of soccer came away with a 0-0 tie.
The Goucher College men's soccer team (6-4-3, 1-1-2 Landmark) finished a grueling three-game, eight-day Landmark Conference road trip through three different cities by sharing the spoils with Moravian (6-2-3, 1-1-2) in Bethlehem, PA with a 0-0 tie.
The Goucher College men’s soccer team (6-4-2, Landmark 1-1-1) dropped its first Landmark Conference matchup against Catholic University, 2-0, on Wednesday evening following two late goals by the Cardinals.
The Goucher College men’s soccer team (6-3-2, Landmark 1-0-1) earned its first win over Susquehanna in program history, 3-2, in overtime on Saturday evening.
The Goucher College men's soccer (5-3-2, Landmark 0-0-1) team came back to defeat Hood College 2-1 in overtime.
A quick chat with new Goucher College field hockey head coach Stacey Eversley, as she begins her first season on the Gopher bench in late August!
Head Coach Hunter Brown explains why Division 3 is a better option for student athletes.
Jennifer McCabe explain what taking Psychology course is like at Goucher College.