Men's Soccer 2007-08 Headline

  • Adam Smarte Taken as 1st Overall Pick in MLS Supplemental Draft
    February 26, 2008
    SAN JOSE, CA -- With the first overall pick in the MLS Supplemental Draft the San Jose Earthquakes drafted, UC Santa Cruz standout Adam Smarte. Smarte becomes the fourth player in UC Santa Cruz history to play in the MLS,
  • Former Slug Wondolowski Wins MLS Cup With Houston Dynamo
    November 19, 2007
    Former Slug standout Steve Wondolowski became the second UC Santa Cruz Alumni to win an MLS Cup Championship in as many years. Steve joins 2004 Alum, Aaron Lanes, not only as the second UC Santa Cruz player in the MLS, but also the second to earn an MLS Championship ring.
  • Redlands Captures 2-0 Victory Over UC Santa Cruz
    November 07, 2007
    The University of Redlands men’s soccer team hosted the First Round of the 2007 NCAA Men’s Soccer Championships tonight and came away with an exciting 2-0 win over regional rival UC Santa Cruz in front of 473 fans.
  • Men's Soccer to Take on Rival Redlands in Playoffs
    November 05, 2007
    The UC Santa Cruz Men’s Soccer team was selected to compete in the NCAA Tournament for the 7th time in the program’s history. After completing the regular season with an impressive record of 15-4-0, the Slugs will...
  • Senior Scarlett Leads Slugs Past Chapman
    October 26, 2007
    How fitting it was for the UC Santa Cruz Men's Soccer Program, that a Senior sealed victory on his last home game of the season. Senior midfielder Anthony Scarlett scored in double overtime to lead the Slugs to their 15th victory of the year, and put them on track for their 5th consecutive NCAA Playoff appearance!
  • Men's Soccer Takes Down Western Region Rival Gustavus
    October 23, 2007
    UC-Santa Cruz scored two of the three goals in a six-minute span in the second half to take a 3-1 lead the Gusties would be unable to overcome. The three goals allowed were the most goals given up by a Gustavus defense since 2001. Gustavus dropped to 12-3-1 overall, while UC-Santa Cruz improved to 13-4.
  • Men's Soccer Defeats Augsburg 3-1
    October 21, 2007
    MINNEAPOLIS (10/21/07) -- Scoring goals off a steal, penalty kick and free kick, the University of California-Santa Cruz claimed a 3-1 victory over host Augsburg College in a nonconference men's soccer game on Sunday afternoon at Edor Nelson Field.
  • Slugs Soccer Gets Golden Goal From Freshman Chambers
    October 03, 2007
    The UC Santa Cruz Men's Soccer team moved to 9-3-0 on the season with a overtime victory against visiting Simpson University this past Saturday. The Slugs dominated the game, out shooting the visiting Red Hawks 39-1, and producing 18 corner kicks, while the Red Hawks produced none.
  • UCSC's Men's Soccer Outlasts CLU In Overtime
    September 16, 2007
    THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. – The California Lutheran University men’s soccer team dropped its first game at home on Sunday afternoon to UC Santa Cruz, 1-0 in overtime. UCSC senior Harry Abraham scored off a Matt Fondy assist just under seven minutes into the first overtime period.
  • Scarlett's Hat Trick Lifts UCSC Past Pacific Lutheran in Overtime
    September 04, 2007
    McMINNVILLE, Ore. - Anthony Scarlett scored three goals, including the match winner at 104:13, to lead UC Santa Cruz past Pacific Lutheran in a non-conference men's soccer match played Tuesday afternoon at Linfield College.
  • Men's Soccer Cruz To A 6-0 Victory Against Willamette
    September 02, 2007
    SALEM, ORE. -- The University of California-Santa Cruz scored two first half goals, then pulled away with a goal in the 57th minute and three goals in the final 18 minutes, as the Banana Slugs defeated Willamette University, 6-0, on Sunday, Sept. 2 at Sparks Field. UCSC, ranked #10 in the NSCAA/adidas Preseason Poll for NCAA Division III...
  • Wildcats Shock #10 Banana Slugs 2-0
    August 31, 2007
    McMINNVILLE, Ore. - The Ian Lefebvre era began in dramatic fashion, as the Linfield Wildcats upset 10th-ranked UC-Santa Cruz 2-0 on the game-clinching goal by Jacob Burger (Soph., Kirkland, Wash.) in the 61st minute at the Linfield soccer field Friday night.