|SEASON REWIND AND LOOK AHEAD: PART 5 - MEN’S SOCCER |
Men's Soccer - date: Apr. 6th, 2012
LANGLEY, British Columbia – With a roster full of seniors and plenty of experience on the pitch, the Spartans 2011 men’s soccer season was filled with promise and hope for a return to national prominence. But while Trinity Western put together an impressive regular season – finishing third in Canada West with an 8-4-2 record and being ranked in the CIS Top 10 twice – it all came to a heartbreaking end when the Spartans saw their hopes of a berth in the national championship dashed when they lost to UBC on penalty kicks in the Final Four semifinal.
|SPARTANS FARENHORST FIRST TEAM ALL-STAR; FINK, GANT ON SECOND TEAM|
Men's Soccer - date: Nov. 4th, 2011
VICTORIA, British Columbia – Trinity Western men’s soccer defender James Farenhorst was named a Canada West First Team All-Star while goalkeeper Andrew Fink and midfielder Brayden Gant were named to the Second All-Star Team Thursday at the Canada West Final Four pre-tournament banquet in Victoria.
|MEN’S SOCCER TO PLAY UBC IN CANADA WEST SEMIFINAL|
Men's Soccer - date: Nov. 3rd, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia – After finishing third in the Canada West standings, the Trinity Western men’s soccer team qualified for the playoffs for the eighth time in the last nine years and will play No. 5 ranked UBC in the Final Four semifinal Saturday at 12:00 p.m. in Victoria.
| WEEKEND PREVIEW: SPARTANS HOST HUSKIES AND ‘BEARS IN MEN’S SOCCER’S FINAL HOMESTAND|
Men's Soccer - date: Oct. 20th, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia – This weekend at Rogers Park the Spartans invite the Huskies and the Golden Bears to Langley, B.C. for the last Spartan home stand of the regular season. The unranked Spartans will seek to regain their earlier form against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies on Friday at 7 p.m., and against the University of Alberta on Saturday at 7 p.m. Prior to the men’s Saturday match the TWU men’s and women’s soccer teams will be honouring their graduating senior athletes.
|WEEKEND PREVIEW: SPARTANS HOST DINOS AND PRONGHORNS IN MEN’S SOCCER|
Men's Soccer - date: Sep. 29th, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The Trinity Western Spartans return to their home pitch this weekend to take on the University of Calgary Dinos, a team that stands atop the Canada West standings at this point in the season and the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns.. The match versus the No. 10 Dinos takes place on Friday, Sept. 30, while the match against the Pronghorns is on Saturday, Oct. 1. Both matches kick-off at 7 p.m. at TWU’s Rogers Field in Langley, B.C.
|FINK NAMED CIS MALE ATHLETE OF THE WEEK|
Men's Soccer - date: Sep. 28th, 2011
OTTAWA (CIS) – Soccer players Josée Bélanger from the University of Sherbrooke and Andrew Fink from Trinity Western University are the Canadian Interuniversity Sport female and male athletes of the week for the period ending Sept. 25, 2011.
|FINK NAMED CANADA WEST MALE ATHLETE OF THE WEEK|
Men's Soccer - date: Sep. 27th, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western men’s soccer goalie Andrew Fink (Burnaby, B.C.) was named this week’s Canada West male athlete of the week after he posted back-to-back shutout wins on road this past weekend.
|MEN’S SOCCER HOSTS NO. 2 UBC FRIDAY |
Men's Soccer - date: Sep. 14th, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The Trinity Western University men’s soccer team continues its Canada West regular season home slate this weekend as they host No. 2 ranked UBC Friday night at 7:00 p.m. The Spartans are coming off an opening weekend split, losing to Fraser Valley Friday but beating Victoria Saturday, and will look to add to their win total against the Thunderbirds.
|MEN’S SOCCER TAKES ON FRASER VALLEY FRIDAY, VICTORIA SATURDAY|
Men's Soccer - date: Sep. 8th, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia - The Trinity Western men's soccer team (unranked) open the Canada West regular season this Friday against Fraser Valley (unranked) and then play Victoria Saturday. Kickoff for both games is at 7:00 p.m. at Rogers Park on the campus of Trinity Western University.
|MEN'S SOCCER SEASON PREVIEW: SPARTANS START SEASON RANKED NO. 5 IN CANADA WEST|
Men's Soccer - date: Sep. 7th, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia - The Trinity Western men's soccer team will open the Canada West regular season this Friday against Fraser Valley as the No. 5 ranked team in the conference. The team is unranked in the CIS Top 10 but will be a veteran-laden squad anxious to get back to the playoffs.
|MEN’S SOCCER TEAM ON A MISSION |
Men's Soccer - date: Aug. 26th, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia – After a disappointing 2010 season for the Trinity Western men’s soccer program, in which the team missed the playoffs for the first time since 2002, the Spartans came to this year’s training camp with a focused purpose.
|MEN’S SOCCER ANNOUNCES FIVE SIGNINGS FOR THE FALL|
Men's Soccer - date: Aug. 26th, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The Trinity Western University men’s soccer team is pleased to officially announce the signing of five recruits for the 2011-12 season. The list includes Spencer Schmidt (F-Abbotsford, B.C.), Brayden Gant (M-Maple Ridge, B.C.), Andrew Dobbie (D-Langley, B.C.), Andy Phillips (M-Lake Errock, B.C.) and David Malamura (F-Surrey, B.C.).
|FORMER SPARTAN HAMILTON NAMED NASL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK|
Men's Soccer - date: Aug. 22nd, 2011
EDMONTON, Alberta – Former Trinity Western men’s soccer defender Paul Hamilton (Calgary, Alta.), playing with FC Edmonton, was named this past week’s NASL’s (North American Soccer League) defensive Player of the Week.
|MEN’S SOCCER TEAM LEAVES FOR BENIN MISSIONS TRIP|
Men's Soccer - date: Apr. 27th, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The Trinity Western men’s soccer team left Wednesday on a 14-day missions trip to Benin where they will largely work with Global Aid Network (GAiN) on their water well project.
|FORMER SPARTAN HAMILTON PLAYING LIKE A PRO |
Men's Soccer - date: Apr. 14th, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia – Former Trinity Western men’s soccer defender and the 2009-10 CIS Player of the Year Paul Hamilton is living his dream of being a professional soccer player.
|MS||04-02||@Whitecaps Reserves (UBC)||L||6-1|
|MS||03-24||@UFV -Keg Spring Cup (Victoria)||T||0-0|
|MS||03-23||British Columbia - Keg Spring Cup (Victoria)||L||4-0|
|MS||03-08||NORTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA||W||5-1|
|MS||11-03||Alberta @CW Final Four||Lot||3-1|
|MS||11-02||Calgary @CWFinal Six-Edmonton||W(9-8)||3-2|
|MS||09-23||@Northern British Columbia*||W||4-1|
|MS||09-22||@Northern British Columbia*||W||2-1|
|CIS Top Ten as of 02/19/2013|
|Adrian Kekec||3||UVIC Vikes||09/15/07|
|Adrian Kekec||3||ALB GoldenBears||09/08/07|
|Adrian Kekec||3||SASK Huskies||09/02/06|
|Nick Perugini||3||Leth Pronghorns||10/24/04|
|Brian Scrivens||3||Carleton Ravens||08/30/03|
|Drew Roddy||3||Leth Pronghorns||09/21/02|
|Adrian Kekec||10||Evergreen State||08/30/06|
|Adrian Kekec||9||UCFV Cascades||09/29/07|
|Adrian Kekec||8||SASK Huskies||09/02/06|
|Jacob Hanson||11||Calgary Dinos||10/29/05|
|Andrew Fink||9||Washington Huskies||08/25/09|
|Andrew Fink||8||SASK Huskies||09/07/07|