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Northeastern Huskies men's soccer

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Northeastern Huskies men's soccer
Northeastern Huskies wordmark.svg
Founded1988
UniversityNortheastern University
Head coachChris Gbandi (1st season)
ConferenceCAA
LocationBoston, MA
StadiumParsons Field
(Capacity: 7,000)
NicknameHuskies
ColorsRed and Black[1]
         
NCAA Tournament appearances
2002, 2012
Conference Tournament championships
2002, 2012
Conference Regular Season championships
2000, 2002

The Northeastern Huskies men's soccer team represents Northeastern University in NCAA Division I college soccer. The team belongs to the Colonial Athletic Association and plays home games at Parsons Field. The Huskies are currently led by first-year head coach Chris Gbandi. The team has an all-time record 224–281–52 (.444) through the 2013 season.[2] The Huskies have made 2 appearances in the NCAA tournament with a combined record of 2–2, having made the tournament in 2002 and again in 2012.[3]

Head coaches

  • Winston Smith, 1984–1986 (9–42–2 (.185))
  • Keith Cammidge, 1987–1990 (22–47–1 (.321))
  • Turi Lonero, 1991–1995 (39–51–1 (.434))
  • Ed Matz, 1996–2004 (83–74–16 (.526))
  • Brian Ainscough, 2005–2014 (79–80–33 (.497))

Record By Year

References:[4]

Conference Regular Season Champions Conference Tournament Champions Conference Regular Season & Tournament Champions National Champions^ Shared standing T
Season Conference Head Coach Season Results Postseason result
Overall Conference Conference Standings
1984 Independent Winston Smith 4–11–0
1985 3–14–2
1986 2–17–0
1987 5–12–0
1988 America East Keith Cammid 4–14–0 0–5–0
1989 3–15–0 0–5–0
1990 10–7–1 1–4–0
1991 Turi Lonero 4–16–0 0–7–0 8th
1992 7–11–0 1–6–0 7th
1993 10–8–0 3–4–0 6th
1994 7–10–1 2–5–0 6th
1995 11–6–0 5–4–0 7th
1996 Ed Matz 12–5–2 6–1–2 2nd
1997 5–11–2 3–4–2 5th
1998 7–11–0 1–8–0 10th
1999 11–6–2 5–2–2 3rd
2000† 10–8–0 7–2–0 1st
2001 13–8–0 7–4–0 4th
2002♦ 12–8–4 6–2–0 1st NCAA 2nd Round
2003 10–7–4 4–4–1 5th
2004 3–10–4 2–4–3 8th
2005 Colonial Athletic Association Brian Ainscough 3–9–6 2–4–5
2006 8–10–2 6–4–1 5th
2007 8–10–1 6–4–1 6th
2008 7–5–9 5–2–4 5th
2009 10–8–1 8–2–1 3rd
2010 5–9–3 3–5–3 10th
2011 10–6–3 6–4–1 5th
2012‡ 14–3–4 6–1–3 2nd NCAA 2nd Round
2013 6–9–3 6–1–3 5th

References

  1. ^ "Northeastern Athletics Logo Sheet". August 13, 2018. Retrieved August 23, 2018.
  2. ^ "Year-by-Year Records". Northeastern University. Retrieved 7 April 2014.
  3. ^ "All Time Records vs. Opponents". Northeastern University. Retrieved 7 April 2014.
  4. ^ http://gonu.com/sports/2010/3/31/MSOC_0331102705.aspx?id=428

External links

This page was last edited on 23 August 2018, at 23:19
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