Terry Carleton, a 1977 graduate and the former chair of the Bentley University Board of Trustees, was recently inducted into the Capital One Academic All-America Hall of Fame. Boston Globe sports correspondent Lenny Megliola profiled Terry in this article that appeared in the Boston Globe West on June 15.
Terry Carleton, a former Bentley University soccer standout and the past chairman of the university’s Board of Trustees, was inducted into the Capital One Academic All-America Hall of Fame during the annual convention of the College Sports Information Directors of America at the World Marriott Center in Orlando, Fla. on Monday, June 9.
Terry Carleton, a former Bentley University soccer standout and the past chairman of the university’s Board of Trustees, will be inducted into the Capital One Academic All-America Hall of Fame during the annual convention of the College Sports Information Directors of America at the World Marriott Center in Orlando, Fla. on Monday, June 9.
Bentley University men’s soccer co-captain Jordan Bridge (Tolland, Conn./Tolland) has been chosen to play in the 2013 Division I vs. Division II NEISL All-Star game, which will take place on Sunday, December 1 at Harvard.
Four players from the Bentley University men’s soccer team were selected to the 2013 Northeast-10 All-Conference teams. Sophomore forward Scott Levy (Canton, Mass./Canton) was named first team All-Conference to highlight Bentley’s honorees.
Goals by sophomores Douglas Searl and Julio Leon Garcia lifted Merrimack College to a 2-0 victory over Bentley University in the quarterfinals of the Northeast-10 Men’s Soccer Championship Tuesday night.
After qualifying for the Northeast-10 Men’s Soccer Championship for the sixth straight season, the Bentley Falcons are seeded seventh in the tournament and will take on second seeded Merrimack in the quarterfinals. The match takes place Tuesday night at 7:00 pm at Merrimack’s Martone-Mejail Field.
New Haven junior Eric Robertson scored with just 6.6 seconds left to play to give the host Chargers a dramatic 2-1 win over the Bentley men’s soccer team in a Northeast-10 match Friday afternoon. The Falcons still qualify for the NE-10 Playoffs and will play a first round match on the road Tuesday.
Bentley scored three first half goals on its way to a 3-1 victory over Saint Anselm in Northeast-10 men’s soccer Tuesday afternoon. The win clinches a spot in the Northeast-10 playoffs for Bentley for a sixth straight season.
Boston Globe sports correspondent Marvin Pave profiled Bentley soccer player Scott Levy for Sunday's Globe South. Levy is currently tied for first in the NE-10 in scoring after netting a pair on Saturday. Here's his story which appeared in the Oct. 12 paper and online at www.boston.com and www.bostonglobe.com
With Bentley trailing American International 2-1 with under 16 minutes remaining, sophomore forward Scott Levy (Canton, Mass./Canton) struck for two goals about five minutes apart to help the men’s soccer team rally for a 3-2 victory Saturday afternoon in a Northeast-10 match.
Bentley University ran its winning streak to five on Saturday with a 3-0 shutout of Assumption in Northeast-10 men’s soccer action. Sophomores Scott Levy (Canton, Mass./Canton), Marty Ryan (Albany, N.Y./Albany) and Stephen Silva (Suffield, Conn./Suffield) had the goals.
The Bentley men’s soccer team ran its winning streak to four on Wednesday with a 2-1 victory over Franklin Pierce in a Northeast-10 match. Sophomore Marty Ryan (Albany, N.Y./Albany) set up both goals, and sophomore Nicolas Ucros (Guatemala City, Guatemala/Jules Verne) scored the winner in the 80th minute.
Sophomore Scott Levy (Canton, Mass./Canton) scored two goals as Bentley went on the road and downed Le Moyne 2-0 in a Northeast-10 men's soccer match Saturday afternoon, which ended Le Moyne’s five-match winning streak.
Junior back Tom Fitzpatrick (Coventry, Conn./East Catholic) scored the breakthrough goal in the 64th minute to help the Bentley men's soccer team defeat Northeast-10 rival Stonehill 1-0 on Wednesday afternoon.
Bentley University received goals from three different players as they picked up their first three points of the season in Northeast-10 play with a 3-2 road win over Saint Rose Saturday afternoon in men’s soccer.
Two first half goals by sophomore Scott Levy (Canton, Mass./Canton were enough to give the Bentley University men’s soccer team a 2-1 victory over Queens (N.Y.) in the season-opener for both squads on Thursday afternoon.
The Bentley University men’s soccer team will kick off its 2013 campaign on Thursday afternoon at 4:00 pm when they travel down to New York to take on Queens (N.Y.), the first of two matches they’ll play on the road this week to begin the season.
The Bentley University men’s soccer team has been voted sixth in the Northeast-10’s Preseason Coaches’ Poll, it was announced Monday. The Falcons, who have made five consecutive appearances in the Northeast-10 playoffs, open their 2013 season on Thursday at Queens (N.Y.).
Bentley University head men’s soccer coach Gary Crompton will host a college prospect academy on the Bentley campus August 12 & 13. The academy is for high school aged players, and will consist of four sessions; Monday the 12th from 10:00 am-12:00 pm and 1:30 pm-3:00 pm, and Tuesday the 13th at the same times.