Men's Soccer 2006-07 Headlines

  • Men's Soccer Hold Their Own Against DI Santa Clara
    April 30, 2007
    The UC Santa Cruz Men's Soccer Team took full advantage of their one NCAA game day this spring, producing a 1-1 tie against the Division I, National Powerhouse, Santa Clara University Men's Soccer Team.
  • UCSC Men's Soccer Members Awarded for a Tremendous Season
    December 01, 2006
    The UC Santa Cruz Men's Soccer team swept up more post season awards than ever this year, dominating the All Independent Awards along with placing several players on All-Region and All-American Teams.
  • UCSC Men's Soccer Upsets No. 2 Trinity in Second Round of Playoffs
    November 11, 2006
    San Antonio - Trinity's men's soccer team was upset 4-0 by UC-Santa Cruz on Sunday afternoon in the NCAA Second Round Playoffs. Trinity (19-1-1) ends its season after being shut out for just the third time in the past five seasons - two of which have come in the playoffs.
  • Men’s Soccer Takes Down Menlo 3-0
    October 16, 2006
    Against an organized and hard-working squad from Menlo (3-11-0), The UCSC Men’s Soccer Team (15-1-0) battled their way to a 3-0 victory on the Lower East Field on Monday.
  • Slugs Post a 4-0 Victory on the Road at CSU East Bay
    October 14, 2006
    In an intense game filled with emotion, the UCSC Men’s Soccer team (14-1-0) battled their way to a 4-0 victory over NCAA Division III Independent rival Cal State East Bay (3-6-1) in Hayward on Saturday, October 14th.
  • A Convincing Victory Against Division II Chaminade University
    October 13, 2006
    In front of a handful of their most dedicated fans on a beautiful Friday morning in Santa Cruz, the UCSC Men’s Soccer team (13-1-0) scored early and often on their way to a 5-0 victory over NCAA Division II opponent Chaminade University (0-10-0).
  • A Divine Performance for UCSC Men's Soccer
    October 11, 2006
    On their way to a 5-0 victory over Holy Names University, Harry Abraham opened up the scoring for UCSC (12-1-0) in the 19th minute. After a brilliant turn and well weighted ball delivered from Steve Wondolowski, Abraham finished smoothly with his right foot.
  • Scarlettt Sends Slugs Past Pioneers
    September 30, 2006
    Senior Midfielder Anthony Scarlett provided an explosion of offense for the Slugs on Saturday as he tallied two assists in the Slugs 3-0 victory against the visiting Cal State East Bay Pioneers. Scarlett was the provider for both Junior, Forward Harry Abraham, and for fellow Senior Midfielder David Frank.
  • Wondolowski Powers Slugs Past Dominican
    September 28, 2006
    The UC Santa Cruz Men's Soccer Team improved to 9-1 after beating Dominican University 3-0, behind two goals from Senior, Team Captain Steve Wondolowski. Wondolowski's two goals, both in the first half...
  • Two Former Slugs Heading to Beach Soccer World Cup
    September 25, 2006
    Two former UCSC Men's Soccer players are heading to the 2006 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup after helping the US Men's National Team finish in first place at the 2006 CONCACAF World Cup qualifying tournament in Costa Rica.
  • Slugs Go 2-0 In Colorado
    September 24, 2006
    The UC Santa Cruz Men's Soccer Team picked up two important victories in Colorado this past weekend, with victories over Ithica of New York, and Colorado College. The Slugs started with a 1-0 victory over Ithica who was ranked 8th in the Nation.
  • Slugs Go 2-0 Opening Weekend
    September 03, 2006
    The UC Santa Cruz Men's Soccer Team got their season rolling with two wins in their opening weekend! The Slugs routed the Milwaukee School of Engineering 4-0 in their 1st game with goals from Anthony Scarlett, Peter Shellenbarger, Harry Abraham, and Matt Skenazy. The Slugs then turned around and in a very physical game beat the University of the Ozarks 1-0.
  • Wheeler Tops the Nation for UCSC Men's Soccer
    January 16, 2006
    Junior Goalkeeper Jared Wheeler was confirmed as the 2006 NCAA Division III Statistical Champion for Goals Against Average by the NCAA Statistics Department earlier this week.