Men's soccer falls to Middlebury in thriller.
This is the third straight year that the Colby has needed a win against Bates in the season’s final week to make the NESCAC playoffs, and the third straight year they have succeeded in doing so.
Former soccer star Nate Seiberling '11 is back on the hill as an assistant men's soccer coach.
Colby men’s soccer topped Williams College in nearly every statistical category on Saturday, but came away with the hard-luck loss as the Ephs capitalized on a golden opportunity in the 15th minute to go ahead 1-0, escaping with the win.
The Colby men’s soccer team came out with a 2-1-1 record after games against Bowdoin College, Thomas College, Amherst College and Hamilton College, chronologically.
Colby defeated USM before falling to Trinity and Wesleyan over the weekend.
Colby fell to the Tufts University Jumbos by a score of 2-1.
Colby defeated Husson and 18th-ranked Middlebury this past week.
Colby men's soccer opened the season with a 2-0 loss to Connecticut College.
The Colby men’s soccer team started off the weekend on a high note, finishing off their regular season with a win against Bates. Things quickly turned sour, however, when the Mules lost to Amherst in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) quarterfinals.
The Colby men’s soccer team dropped their final home match of the season to the Camels of Connecticut College (Conn), 2-0.
The Colby men’s soccer team played four games over the past fortnight. Colby put together a 2-2-0 record over the stretch and went 1-1-0 in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC), bringing their record to 6-5-1 overall and 3-4-0 in the NESCAC.
The Colby men’s soccer team shocked the NESCAC (New England Small College Athletic Conference) this past Saturday with a 2-1 win over previously undefeated, previously un-scored upon and previously third-ranked in New England Middlebury College.
This week, the Colby men"s soccer team found their scoring touch and nearly pulled off a tie with the top-ranked team in New England. Colby earned a decisive 6-2 victory over Husson and fell 2-1 in overtime to powerhouse Williams. Colby stands at 3-2-0 overall and 1-2-0 in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) play.
The Colby men's soccer team split their two matches this past week. The Mules earned a victory in their home opener in the midweek game over the Mariners of Maine Maritime Academy (MMA) but lost their New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) home opener on Saturday. The week's action brings Colby's record to 2-1-0 overall and 1-1-0 in league play.
The Colby men's soccer team boldly opened their brand new season on Saturday with a 1-0 victory over the Bantams of Trinity College in a New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) match. The win propels the Mules (1-0-0) into a tie for first place in the NESCAC and keeps the hope for an undefeated season alive.
The men's soccer team earned a spot in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) playoffs on Friday, October 30th with a decisive win against the Bates College Bobcats. Coming off of a solid win against Waterville rival Thomas College, the Mules stepped up and earned their second league win in the best way possible in a victory against the Bates. The win against the Bobcats secured Colby's spot in the postseason for the first time since the creation of the tournament in 2000.
Battling into double overtime, the Colby men's soccer team earned a 1-1 tie against the Middlebury College Panthers on Saturday, October 3. Played during the Panthers' family homecoming weekend, the energy surrounding the match renewed the spirits of the Mules and lifted their confidence after a week of tough losses. The tie, placing Colby's record in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) at 0-4-1, marks a significant turning point in the season for the Mules; with the toughest stretch of their schedule behind them and a substantial tie under their belts, the men move toward their upcoming games with newfound conviction.
On Saturday, September 26, surrounded by the support of loyal friends, family and alumni, the Colby men's soccer team took the field for family homecoming weekend in search of a win against the nationally ranked Williams College Ephs. Although the Mules held the Ephs to two goals in the first half, a devastating blow of an additional four goals after halftime suppressed the hopes of a recovery by the Colby men. While this 6-0 loss pushed the Mules to a record of 0-3 in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and a 1-3-1 record overall, the score did not accurately reflect the Mules' efforts.
"It was a tale of two halves," men's soccer captain Doug Sibor '10 said when describing the Mules" 4-1 loss against the Wesleyan University Cardinals on Saturday, Sept. 19. Although Colby positioned itself for a hard-fought match during the first 90 minutes of play in Middletown Conn., the Mules second half play demonstrated little of how well the squad performed in the first half. Saturday's loss marked the second New England Small College Athletic Conference defeat of the season, and brought Colby's overall record down to 0-2-1.