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Ricketts hired as Goucher women’s soccer coach

Stephanie Ricketts, a 2007 graduate of Goucher, was hired as the program’s seventh head women’s soccer coach.

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Korba moves from Goucher to Stevenson

After 12 seasons as Goucher, Tati Korba has been hired as the next head women’s soccer coach for the Stevenson Mustangs.

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Millar promoted to Director of Soccer, named men’s coach

Graeme Millar will take over the Stevenson men’s soccer program after spending the last 10 years at the helm of their women’s program.

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Bordelon steps down as Mustangs men’s soccer coach

Andrew Bordelon is stepping away from Stevenson after just one year as the men’s soccer team’s head coach.

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UMBC to host 5th “Kicks for Chase” game

The UMBC men’s soccer team will host their fifth annual “Kicks for Chase” game, benefiting The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region, on Saturday at 7 pm.

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Seniors shine on Mustangs Senior Day

Stevenson saw 11 goals come from their seniors on Senior Day in a 21-8 rout of the Arcadia Knights on Saturday afternoon.

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Heavner signs with Minnesota United FC

Former UMBC Retrievers star goalkeeper Billy Heavner joined the top American soccer division as he signed a professional contract with Minnesota United FC.

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DC United selects Odoi-Atsem in first round

Maryland right back Chris Odoi-Atsem will stay in black and red after DC United selected him with the 12th pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft.

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Friars stun Terps with four 2nd half goals

The top-seeded Terrapins were ahead 4-1 in their second round NCAA tournament game but Providence stormed back to pull off the 5-4 upset.

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Ephs come back to beat Blue Jays in NCAAs

Johns Hopkins scored first, but the Williams College Ephs came back and held strong defensively to end the Blue Jays season with a 2-1 defeat.

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