NORTON, Mass. – The Wheaton College Athletics Department has joined the You Can Play Project in supporting the acceptance of all student-athletes regardless of sexual orientation. At Wheaton, the Lyons have taken it one step further.
MIT men's soccer sophomore Nick Diamantoni scored with 3:41 to play in overtime on Wednesday at Wheaton's Keefe Field, leading the fifth-seeded Engineers to a 1-0 victory over the fourth-seeded Lyons in the opening round of the NEWMAC Tournament.
Wheaton men's soccer sophomore Travis Blair became just the sixth player in program history to record seven points in a game, carrying the Lyons to a 4-0 victory over visiting Clark during the team's NEWMAC regular season finale on Saturday at Keefe Field.
The Wheaton men's soccer team overcame a 2-0 deficit and forced overtime after freshman Noah Kossoff scored with just 41 ticks left in regulation on Monday at Trinity, as the visiting Lyons drew even by a 2-2 count in double overtime.
Following a five-game road trip that spanned over two weeks, the Wheaton men's soccer team returned home on Wednesday afternoon and settled for a 1-1 tie in double overtime against visiting New England College on a rain-soaked Keefe Field.
The Wheaton men's soccer team finished its five-game road trip on a high note Sunday afternoon on Boucher Field, as the Lyons cruised to a 4-0 victory over Husson for their first road victory of the season.
The Wheaton men's soccer team held nationally-ranked Brandeis off the scoreboard for over 71 minutes in non-conference action Wednesday night before the Judges broke through in handing the Lyons a 1-0 loss on Gordon Field.
The Wheaton men's soccer team scored in the opening half at NEWMAC foe MIT on Saturday, but the Engineers knotted the game in the 83rd minute and the two squads settled for a double-overtime tie at Roberts Field.
In search of its first road victory of the fall, the Wheaton men's soccer team suffered a one-goal loss away from Norton for the third straight time, as the Lyons dropped a 2-1 decision at Roger Williams' Bayside Field on Wednesday night.
The Wheaton men's soccer team took a 3-0 halftime lead against visiting Colby-Sawyer on Sunday, only to see the Chargers score twice in the second half, but the Lyons fended off their guests in holding on for a 3-2 victory at Keefe Field.
The Wheaton men's soccer team avenged last year's NEWMAC Tournament loss to Springfield on Saturday, as the Lyons handed the Pride a 3-1 setback on Keefe Field while improving their series record against Springfield to 18-4-1.
NORTON, Mass.- The Wheaton College men's soccer team utilized a balanced scoring attack as five different student-athletes scored to lead the Lyons past visiting Southern Vermont College, 5-1, this afternoon at Keefe Field. Sophomore Luke Finkelstein (Peabody, Mass./Peabody) powered the hosts' scoring attack with three points on a goal and an assist.