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Loyal Royals To Honor Former Athletes Homecoming Weekend

Joining the elite Hall of Honor this fall are Ryan Brenneman – soccer, Kirsten (Brubaker) Fuhr – field hockey, and Terry Koppenhaver – soccer. The trio will be inducted Saturday at a Homecoming breakfast in Yoder Arena. And after Friday night’s home field hockey game, current Hall of Honor member Jeane’ (Horning) Hershey will have her No. 21 jersey retired. ...More

Menno Soccer Classic Features EMU, Bluffton And Goshen

The soccer stars of EMU, Bluffton and Goshen are gearing up for a massive double tri-match Friday through Sunday, Sept. 10-12. The games, dubbed the Menno Soccer Classic, will be hosted by Christopher Dock Mennonite High School in Lansdale, Pa. Read more… ...More

Royals Land Three Men On All-ODAC First Team for Soccer

For the first time since the inaugural year of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, EMU placed three men’s soccer players on the All-ODAC First Team. Read more… ...More

Sophomore Mitchell Leap named ODAC ‘player of the week’ again

For the second time this season and third time in his career, sophomore Mitchell Leap has been named the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Player of the Week for men’s soccer. Read more… ...More

Men’s soccer team beats Emory & Henry 2-0

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Athletics: Leap = goals

By Mark Selig, Daily News-Record EMU sophomore forward Mitchell Leap heads a ball during practice Monday in Park View. Photo by Nikki Fox Mitchell Leap isn’t ashamed of it, no matter how much grief his friends or ...More

Sophomore Mitchell Leap ODAC ‘Player Of The Week’

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Freshman Ian Mast lifts Royals with goal in overtime

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Soccer men play fourth OT contest and tie Lynchburg

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Royals tie Marymount 4-4 in hot, wild soccer contest

The men’s soccer team locked up with Marymount Sunday afternoon in their second game at the UMW Soccer Classic. The gametime temperature of 88 degrees spilled over into the intensity of the contest as the two teams went back and forth. Read more… ...More