UMBC men's soccer hosted Delaware for the sixth annual "Kicks for Chase" game to raise money for The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region on April 20. The Retrievers defeated the Blue Hens, 2-0 in the match, as the team raised over $4,400 for the organization.
UMBC men’s soccer head coach Pete Caringi Jr. announced the 2018 schedule on Wednesday, which features 11 home games and 17 total games. The Retrievers will open their 52nd season of competition with four home games. UMBC will play four teams the were nationally ranked last year, including Western Michigan who was in the top ten for most of the year.
UMBC men’s soccer wrapped up a successful spring season with the annual alumni game on Friday. Several members of the 2014 College Cup team were in attendance, as well as a pair of members from the 1977 NCAA Tournament team. The team will also be hosting their 6th annual golf tournament in the coming weeks.
UMBC men’s soccer will host the University of Delaware in the team’s sixth annual “Kicks for Chase” game, a fundraiser for The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region. Admission to the event is free, with donations being accepted. Game time is set for 6 p.m. on Friday, April 20 at Retriever Soccer Park.
Retriever men's soccer will compete on five dates throughout March and April as part of their spring schedule. The highlight of the schedule is the sixth annual "Kicks for Chase" game against Delaware on April 20.
UMBC men’s soccer head coach Pete Caringi announced the signing of five recruits for the 2018 season on Monday. Three of the five players hail from Maryland, with one coming from Pennsylvania and one from overseas in Italy.
The 2017 UMBC men’s soccer team returned to national prominence both on and off the field. The Retrievers, playing mostly underclassman were nationally ranked, broke every Attendance Record and played an unprecedented amount of nationally ranked teams while competing in one of the strongest men’s soccer conferences in the country.
Press Box Online recently published their annual Best of Baltimore Awards, which featured UMBC men’s soccer and Retriever Soccer Park earning “Best Atmosphere” for their 1-1 draw against then number one Maryland on September 26.
The Retrievers saw their season end in a penalty shootout, 4-2 to fourth seeded Albany on Saturday afternoon. The Retrievers fell behind early, but battle back to force extra time off a Sammy Kahsai (Hyattsville, Md./Northwestern) goal in the 83rd minute to force overtime.
UMBC men’s soccer opens the America East Tournament as the five seed, traveling to No. 4 Albany on Saturday. The Retrievers head back to the tournament for the first time since 2015, where they lost to Vermont in the semifinals. Most recently the Retrievers fell to Stony Brook on Wednesday, 2-0 to drop to 7-6-4 on the year.
UMBC men’s soccer placed four players on various America East All-Conference lists, the conference announced Friday. Senior Sammy Kahsai (Hyattsville, Md./Northwestern) led the way, earning a spot on the All-Conference First Team.
The Retrievers fell to Stony Brook, 2-0 on Wednesday night at Retriever Soccer Park, but clinched the five seed in the upcoming America East Tournament. The Seawolves scored in the 17th minute and again late in the match to seal the victory.
UMBC men’s soccer returns to Retriever Soccer Park to close out the regular season against Stony Brook on Wednesday. The Retrievers will honor Gregg Hauck (Linthicum, Md./North County), Cormac Noel (Todmorden, England), Tom Paul (Stalybridge, Cheshire, England), and Sammy Kahasi (Hyattsville, Md./Northwestern) prior to the game.
UMBC men’s soccer heads north to West Hartford for their final road contest of the regular season at Hartford on Saturday. The Retrievers are coming off a 3-1 loss to Vermont last Saturday that saw David Harris (Waimanalo, Hawaii/Reservoir (Md.)) score his second goal in as many games as UMBC fell to 7-4-4, 2-2-1 AE on the year.
UMBC men’s soccer hits the road for the first of their final two road contests of the year at Vermont on Saturday night. The Retrievers are coming off a 1-1 tie to Delaware this past Tuesday. Junior David Harris (Waimanalo, Hawaii/Reservoir (Md.)) netted his first collegiate goal to move UMBC to 7-3-4, 2-1-1 AE on the year.
UMBC men’s soccer came from behind to force a 1-1 draw against visiting Delaware on Tuesday night. Junior David Harris (Waimanalo, Hawaii/Reservoir (Md.)) netted his first collegiate goal to force the tie and move UMBC to 7-3-4.
UMBC men’s soccer will close out the non-conference schedule against Delaware on Tuesday at Retriever Soccer Park. The Retrievers are coming off a 3-1 win against defending America East Champion Albany last Saturday. A trio of Retrievers scored goals, for the first time since the team defeated West Virginia by the same score on September 13.
UMBC men’s soccer used a big offensive night to defeat the defending America East Champions, Albany, 3-1 on Saturday night. The Retrievers (7-3-3, 2-1-1 AE) got goals from three different players, including a penalty kick from senior Sammy Kahsai (Hyattsville, Md./Northwestern) in the win.
UMBC men’s soccer returns home to take on Albany on Saturday night to close out #UMBCHomecoming. The Retrievers are coming off a 3-2 loss to UMass Lowell on Wednesday to drop to 6-3-3, 1-1-1 AE on the year.
UMBC men’s soccer found themselves down 3-0 early in the second half, but a pair of goals by Sammy Kahsai (Hyattsville, Md./Northwestern) and Kyle Saunderson (Laurel, Md./Reservoir) cut into the deficit off assists from Gregg Hauck (Linthicum, Md./Reservoir) and Tom Paul (Stalybridge, Cheshire, England). However, the River Hawks held on for a 3-2 win on Wednesday night.
UMBC men’s soccer heads to UMass Lowell for their second straight road contest in America East play, after tying Binghamton 1-1 on Saturday. The Retrievers got the game tying goal from Gregg Hauck (Linthicum, Md./North County) in the 77th minute to force the draw and move to 6-2-3, 1-0-1 AE on the year.
UMBC men’s soccer junior Alex La Noire (Beltsville, Md./Good Counsel) will represent both UMBC and the America East at the NCAA Leadership Forum next month in Washington, D.C. The junior was chosen among all SAAC (student-athlete advisory committee) members across all nine America East institutions.
No. 16 UMBC men’s soccer had to come from behind, but got a big goal from senior Gregg Hauck (Linthicum, Md./North County) in the 77th minute to earn a 1-1 draw with Binghamton on Saturday. The tie keeps the Retrievers’ unbeaten streak alive at three games.
The UMBC Men’s Soccer (6-2-2, 1-0-0 AE) continues America East conference play as they travel to New York to play Binghamton (3-5-2, 0-0-1 AE) at 6 p.m. The Retrievers are coming off a 1-1 draw against No. 1 Maryland and a 1-0 victory against then No. 12 New Hampshire. Sammy Kahsai (Hyattsville, Md./Northwestern) had a goal and an assist last week to earn America East Co-Player of the Week honors, while freshman keeper Ciaran O’Loughlin (Birkenhead, England) was named America East Rookie of the Week, stopping 11 of 12 shots faced last week.
UMBC men’s soccer enters the national rankings for the first time since 2015, coming in at No. 16 in the Soccer America Poll. The team also received a vote in the College Soccer News and United Soccer Coaches’ Poll this week.
UMBC men’s soccer senior Sammy Kahsai (Hyattsville, Md./Northwestern) and freshman Ciaran O’Loughlin (Birkenhead, England) were named America East Co-Player and Rookie of the Week, the conference announced on Monday. Both played integral roles in UMBC drawing No. 3 Maryland on Tuesday (1-1) and defeating No. 12 New Hampshire (1-0) on Saturday.
UMBC men’s soccer started the America East season on the right foot, picking up a big 1-0 victory against #12 New Hampshire on Saturday. Senior Sammy Kahsai (Hyattsville, Md./Northwestern) scored the game winner in the eighth minute to move UMBC to 6-2-2, 1-0 AE.
UMBC men’s soccer lifts the lid on America East play with a Saturday night contest against No. 12 New Hampshire at Retriever Soccer Park. The Retrievers conclude their home stand after going 1-1-1 against Navy, Western Michigan and Maryland, sitting at 5-2-2 on the year.