Williams Sport Training and Top Corner Sports announce partnership

 

 

Williams Sport Training, LLC is proud to announce its partnership with Top Corner Sports, LLC

at their new 47,000 square foot facility located at

460 Milltown Road in Bridgewater, New Jersey.

Williams Sport Training – Bridgewater will have a state of the art strength training facility as well as two turf areas for speed work and group and individualized sessions. Williams Sport Training offers strength training for individuals and groups, as well as team training and has a comprehensive speed program which uses the soccer ball in all its sessions, designed specifically to reinforce technical skills. Williams Sport Training offers flexible scheduling options including drop-in sessions, personal training, second phase rehab and unlimited monthly programs to meet your busy schedule.

Mark Williams, owner and president, has worked with the Player Development Academy for over 8 years as Fitness Director and is excited, along with his staff, to bring that level of training to all athletes who walk through Top Corner Sport’s doors.

The Grand Opening is scheduled for June – more details to come.

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2017 Fall College Wrap Up

WST 2017 College Athletics Recap

Congratulations to all WST Collegiate Fall Athletes on their seasons. Here is a recap of several of our athletes’ achievements this fall:

NCAA Men’s Division I

No. 4 Indiana University (18-1-6) Runner-Up NCAA Championship Mason Toye (F) finished his freshman season playing 25 games, earning 21 starts. Named Big Ten Freshman of the Year, First-Team All-Big Ten, Big Ten All-Freshman Team, First Team United Soccer Coaches All-Midwest Region. He tied as the leader in the Big Ten with 10 goals, including 5 game winning goals.

No. 16 Dartmouth College (12-3-2) Ivy League Champions
Henry Stusnick (GK) finished his sophomore season playing in 2 games, earning 2 starts.

College of the Holy Cross (7-9-4)
Tyler Bell (F/MF) finished his junior season playing in 16 games, earning 6 starts. He scored 1 goal and earned 1 assist for the Crusaders this season.

Providence College (5-8-5)
Tristan Stowell (D) finished his redshirt freshman season playing in 11 games for the Friars.

NCAA Men’s Division III

Washington & Lee (15-5-2)
Kevin Molnar (F/D) finished his senior season playing in 22 games, earning 13 starts. He scored 5 goals and earned 1 assist this season with the Generals.

University of Scranton (10-7-0)
Gavin Coutts (MF) finished his senior season playing in 17 games, earning 187starts. He earned 1 assist and was named onto the Landmark Conference Fall All-Sportsmanship Team.

Andrew Ferrier (D) finished his freshman season playing in 8 games.

Susquehanna University (6-10-2)
Tristan Barquin (MF) finished his freshman season playing in 9 games, earning 1 start for the River Hawks. He scored 5 goals and earned 1 assist this season with the Generals.

The College of New Jersey (6-9-3)
James Pike (MF) finished his freshman season playing in 10 games, earning 7 starts. He scored 3 goals and earned 2 assists.

Ryan Vazquez (MF) finished his freshman season playing in 10 games, earning 2 starts. He scored 1 goal this season.

NCAA Women’s Division I

American University (2-15-0)
Victoria Mattson (D) finished her sophomore season playing in 13 games, earning 9 starts for the Eagles

No. 22 Auburn University (8-7-5)
Silvana Poulter (F) finished her freshman season playing in 14 games, earning 1 assist for the Tigers.

Boston University (9-11-1)
Shannon Keefe (D) finished her sophomore season playing in 21 games with the Terriers. She scored 1 goal and earned 1 assist this season.

College of the Holy Cross (4-9-4)
Meg Lawlor (D/M) finished her junior season playing in 17 games, earning 11 starts with the Crusaders. She scored 1 goal this season.

Lehigh University (9-5-4)
Ally Friedman (D) finished her freshman season playing in 18 games, earning 3 starts. She scored 2 goals for the Mountain Hawks this season.

Manhattan College (10-7-3)
Gemma Perez (F) finished her freshman season playing in 18 games, earning 1 starts for the Jaspers. She scored 2 goals this season and was named to the MAAC All-Rookie Team.

Quinnipiac University (9-7-3)
Ally Grunstein (F) finished her sophomore season playing in 19 games, earning 5 starts. She scored 4 goals and earned 5 assists for the Bobcats. Ally was also named to the MAAC All-Academic Team this season.

Syracuse University (7-8-3)
Courtney Brosnan (GK) finished her senior season playing in 18 games, earning 18 starts with the Orange. She lead the ACC with 102 saves and had 6 shutouts this season. She was named to All-ACC Third Team and broke the Syracuse women’s soccer program record with 344 career saves. She was also invited to the U-23 USWNT training camp this winter.

NCAA Women’s Division III

Catholic University (10-7-1)
Reagan Sharkey (D) finished her sophomore season playing in 17 games, earning 9 starts with the Cardinals.

No. 12 M.I.T (20-2-1) NEWMAC Conference Champions
Sarah Moseson (D) finished her freshman season playing in 9 games, earning 9 starts with the Engineers.

Ramapo College (4-12-0)
Kaitlyn Kelly (MF) finished her freshman season playing in 14 games, earning 5 starts with the Roadrunners.

Susquehanna University (14-5-2)
Kate Cantrell (MF) finished her junior season playing in 21 games, earning 20 starts with the River Hawks. She scored 2 goals and earned 2 assists this season.