July 15, 2014
BELLINGHAM, Wash. - The Western Washington University men's soccer team will play 11 times at its new campus facility this fall. That begins with two exhibitions at Robert S. Harrington Field on Aug. 23 against NCAA Division I Seattle University and on Aug. 30 versus Trinity Western.
The Vikings have an early season five-game home stand, playing host to Cal State East Bay on Sept. 13, Notre Dame de Namur on Sept. 15, Simon Fraser on Sept. 20, Northwest Nazarene on Sept. 25 and Montana State Billings on Sept. 27. The meetings with Simon Fraser, Northwest Nazarene and Montana State Billings are Great Northwest Athletic Conference counters.
WWU's final four home games, all GNAC contests, are with Saint Martin's on Oct. 16, Seattle Pacific on Oct. 18, South Dakota Mines on Oct. 30 and University of Mary on Nov. 1.
The Vikings have 10 road games, beginning with an exhibition at British Columbia on Aug. 26. Their regular-season trips are to Cal State L.A. on Sept. 4, UC San Diego on Sept. 6, Seattle Pacific on Oct. 2, Saint Martin's on Oct. 4, Mary on Oct. 9, South Dakota Mines on Oct. 11, Montana State Billings on Oct. 23, Northwest Nazarene on Oct. 25 and Simon Fraser on Nov. 8.
WWU has not played on campus since the 2000 season with its home games during the interim taking place at Civic Stadium in Bellingham, Pipeline Field in Blaine and most recently at Orca Field on the Whatcom CC campus.
The Vikings had one of the school's most successful seasons in 2013, finishing 11-4-3 overall and 9-2-3 in GNAC play. The campaign ended with a 3-0 victory over nationally No.2-ranked Simon Fraser.
Head coach Greg Brisbon (2nd year, previously WWU assistant for 12 seasons, eight as associate head coach) has eight starters back. They are led by goalkeeper Keegan Rogers (Sr., Portland, OR/Portland Christian), a third-team National Soccer Coaches Association of American West Region and second-team GNAC all-star who ranked 13th nationally in goals against average at 0.67 and save percentage at .848, and first-team all-league defender Troy McCarty (So., Snohomish), who scored four goals.
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Men's Soccer 2016 Season Review
Season review from the 2016 WWU men's soccer season
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Four Vikings Net NSCAA All-West Region Honors
Anthony Dean, Eleazar Galvan, Brady Ulen and Tyler Visten named to All-West Region Third Team
UCSD Tops WWU 2-0 in NCAA Second Round
Second-seeded UC San Diego scores once in each half to oust WWU from the NCAA Tournament
Golden Goal Lifts Vikings Over Dixie State 3-2
Stephen Jinneman nets the game-winning goal in the 98th minute, WWU advances to NCAA Second Round
Vikings to Face Dixie State in NCAA First Round
The No. 6-seeded Vikings face No. 3-seeded Dixie State at noon on Friday
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Junior Luke Olney named to All-GNAC First Team, three Vikings net All-GNAC Second Team honors
WWU Earns First-Ever Berth to NCAA II Tournament
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Ulen Named GNAC Defensive Player of the Week
Ulen earns award for second time this season, scoring a goal and helping defense allow only one goal in last two games
Second Half Surge Sends Vikings Past Concordia 5-1
WWU breaks halftime tie with three goals in 11-minute span during second half en route to win