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Amherst College Men's Soccer

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2002 Little Three Champions

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    Frank Perry '04

Joe Gannon '06

Greg Lockwood '06

Tim Canon '04

Andrew Syfu '05

Canon, Syfu & Gannon Earn NSCAA/adidas All-New England Honors
December 13 - After advancing to the NESCAC Tournament title game and to its first NCAA Regional final since 1997, Amherst placed three players on the NSCAA/adidas All-New England Menís Soccer Team on Friday - junior midfielder Tim Canon, a first-team selection, sophomore defender Andrew Syfu, a third-team pick, and NESCAC Rookie of the Year Joe Gannon, a fourth-team honoree. Full Story

Jeffs Fall at St. Lawrence in NCAA Regional Final
November 20 - The Amherst menís soccer team ended its season at 13-5-1 with a 1-0 loss to host St. Lawrence University in the NCAA Division III Northeast Regional Championship game on Wednesday. Macky Diop scored the deciding tally off a corner kick - his first goal of the season - as the Saints claimed their second straight regional championship and fourth in the last five years. Full Story

Regional Title Game at St. Lawrence Rescheduled for Wednesday at Noon
November 19 - The Amherst menís soccer NCAA Northeast Regional Championship game at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y., originally slated for Sunday, November 17, but postponed due to inclement weather, has been rescheduled for Wednesday, November 20, at noon. The winner will host Arcadia College, which downed NESCAC Champion Williams College 5-4 on penalty kicks on Monday, in one of four NCAA Quarterfinal matchups on either Saturday or Sunday at a time to be determined. Full Story

Jeffs Advance to NCAA Regional Championship with 1-0 Second-Round Win Over SUNY Cortland
November 16 - NESCAC rookie of the Year Joe Gannon found the back of the net with just under 20 minutes left in regulation on Saturday to lift the Amherst men's soccer team to a 1-0 victory over SUNY Cortland in the second round of the NCAA Division III National Championship Tournament, played at regional host St. Lawrence University. With the win, the Jeffs improve to 13-4-1 and advance to the their first NCAA regional final since 1997, where they'll battle host St. Lawrence Sunday at 1 p.m. Full Story

Gannon Named NESCAC Rookie of the Year; Perry, Canon Earn Second-Team All-NESCAC Honors
November 14 - For the third consecutive autumn, NESCAC Men's Soccer Rookie of the Year Honors have gone to a player from Amherst College. This season it's first-year forward Joe Gannon, who leads the NCAA Tournament-bound Jeffs in scoring with 27 points on nine goals and nine assists. The 2000 NESCAC Rookie of the Year, junior forward Frank Perry, joins Gannon as a Second-Team All-NESCAC selection, as does junior midfielder Tim Canon. Full Story

Men's Soccer to Face SUNY Cortland in NCAA Second Round Saturday at St. Lawrence
November 13 - After advancing to the NESCAC title game with a 2-1 win at top-seeded Bowdoin College in the conference semifinals, the 12-4-1 Amherst men's soccer team has earned an at-large bid and a first-round bye in the NCAA Division III National Championship Tournament. The Jeffs will open against 15-5-1 SUNY Cortland, which also drew a first-round bye, Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at regional host St. Lawrence University. Full Story

Jeffs Fall to Williams in NESCAC Championship Game, 3-0
November 10 - The fourth-seeded men's soccer team had its nine game winning streak snapped after being upended by second-seeded arch-rival Williams College, 3-0, in the NESCAC Championship game Sunday afternoon in Brunswick, Maine. With the loss, the Jeffs - ranked 14th nationally and second regionally in the latest NSCAA/adidas poll - drop to 12-4-1 overall and will now hope to gain an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament when pairings are announced Sunday evening. Full Story

Jeffs Advance to NESCAC Championship Game with 2-1 Win at Bowdoin
November 9 - After edging fifth-seeded Tufts University in the NESCAC Tournament Quarterfinals last weekend, the fourth-seeded men's soccer team extended its current winning streak to nine games on Saturday with a thrilling 2-1 upset victory over top-seeded host Bowdoin College in the conference semifinals. Jeff senior midfielder Chris Kane took a feed from junior forward Franklin Perry and found the back of the net with just over two minutes remaining to propel the visitors into the NESCAC Championship game. Full Story

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