In a soccer team that has a player tied for second nationally in goals, it’s easy to overlook the other key cogs that keep the machine running smoothly.
After reeling off five consecutive wins to start the season, the FIU men’s soccer team saw their perfect record come to an end with a loss to Furman on Sept. 14 and a draw against University of Missouri – Kansas City on Sept. 16.
A 4-year-old Quentin Albrecht approached his mother and told her that his dream was to play soccer. She was surprised, to say the least.
The last time FIU Men’s Soccer team got off to a 5-0 start, not a single player on the current team was born.
FIU defeated Wisconsin and University of Illinois Chicago to roll to their fifth consecutive win
FIU is off to their best start in 12 years with much of the success coming from head coach Kenny Arena’s finesse European style of soccer.
After defeating University of North Florida and Jacksonville, FIU is off to their best start, 3-0, of a season since 2000.
The Panthers began the Kenny Arena era with a 2-0 win over visiting Bryant University.
The men’s soccer team looks to change the mindset of how people view FIU soccer in 2012.
This year’s FIU men’s soccer team heads into the season with a whole new mindset given to them by their new leader and first-time head coach, Kenny Arena.