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Soccer Left Singing Blue Grass Blues

PIKEVILLE, KY–The Mustangs looked to get on track Saturday after beginning the inaugural season with two straight losses against favored teams. A trip to Kentucky would be next on the 2009 slate as the Mustangs were set to play the Pikeville College Bears. The Bears had a sluggish 2008 season and the Mustangs were eager to send their 2009 season in that direction. After spending the night in Kentucky, the…

Walled Lake Western Star Joins Mustangs

DETROIT, MI –Men’s soccer coach Matt Johnson inched closer to closing out his inaugural class by signing another star recruit. Walled Lake Western standout Joseph de Verteuil signed a letter of intent inside the new Marygrove College Wellness Center on Friday. He will join many other incoming players as they look to kickoff the first season of men’s soccer in Marygrove College history this September. The athletic 5’7″ forward joins…

Mustangs Downed in Home Opener

DETROIT, MI–The Mustangs were back on the field Wednesday as they looked to avenge their season-opening loss at Concordia. The game would also mark the Mustangs first home game in program history. The emotions ran high before the game as Coach Johnson’s youthful team anxiously awaited the refs whistle to kick-off first home game in Mustang soccer history. A strong start would hold the heavily favored Trojans from Taylor at…

Mustangs Drop Season Opener

ANN ARBOR, MI–History has been made as Wednesday marked the inaugural men’s soccer game in Marygrove College history. The Mustangs kicked their season off with a road tilt at Concordia University in Ann Arbor. As the pregame clock struck all zeros (0:00) the Mustangs knew the first season was finally here. Nearly three weeks of preseason training went into the inaugural season and it began with Wednesday’s game against the…

Rothenberg Returns to Soccer

DETROIT, MI–Men’s soccer didn’t let the ink dry on letters of intent lately as they signed another student-athlete for the upcoming inaugural season of Mustang soccer. Former East Detroit athlete Mike Rothenberg was the latest to ink a letter of intent. He was joined at the signing by his mother and assistant coach Worteh Samson. Rothenberg, a 2006 graduate of East Detroit High, will join the Mustangs after a brief…

Broncos Best Tough Mustang Squad

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — On Friday (08/24), the Mustangs (0-2) faced their first NCAA Division I opponent in program history when they visited Western Michigan University (1-0). The Mustangs, coming off a season-opening loss to Grace (Ind.) a day prior, found themselves searching for their legs early on against a tough Broncos squad. Despite the tired legs, the Mustangs quickly frustrated the Broncos as they proved they were up to the…

Fordson’s Seklawi Signs

DETROIT, MI–Coach Johnson picked up another talented student-athlete as preseason workouts near. Dearborn Fordson’s Hussein Seklawi was the latest to sign. He joins an exciting inaugural class that is set to kick-off the season on September 2nd at Concordia. Seklawi, a 5’11” defender, has been playing soccer his entire life through both his school and various club teams. He started off a great high school career by winning the Rookie…

Clarenceville Star Inks with Mustangs

DETROIT, MI–Men’s Soccer Coach Matt Johnson was at it again on Thursday as he added another prized recruit to the inaugural 2009 class. ┬áLivonia Clarenceville’s Garrett Gregg signed a letter of intent to continue his playing career as a Mustang this fall. Gregg, a hardnosed 5’7″ goalkeeper, had a successful career in net at Clarenceville High. In his senior and final year, Gregg broke the Clarenceville High School record for…

Mustangs Add Redford Union Standout Gibbs

DETROIT, MI–Men’s Soccer Coach Matt Johnson remained on a hot streak as he inked his third student-athlete in less than 24 hours on Thursday. Redford Union High School’s Chris Gibbs committed to Mustang Soccer Thursday morning at his high school. He was joined at the signing by his parents and high school athletic director. Gibbs, a 5’10” center midfielder, has been a staple of Redford soccer since he was a…

Mustangs Ink Brinker to 2009 Class

DETROIT, MI–Coach Johnson remained active on the recruiting trail Monday as he signed his second student-athlete of the day. Plainwell High School Keeper Malcolm Brinker inked a letter of intent at his school with Coach Johnson at his side. The 6′ standout is the first keeper to sign with Mustang Soccer. Brinker’s successful high school career was only the tip of the iceberg for the experienced keeper. Playing on a…

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