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.

Winter 2017/2018 Schedule begins November 27th

Williams Sport Training 2017/2018 Winter Schedule (effective November 27th)

Class sizes may be limited. 

NOTE:

Some GK Academy and GK/Finishing times and sessions have been changed or moved.

**Additional fees apply for GK Academy, GK/Finishing and Technical Reinforcement.

Personal Training and Adult Programming by appointment. Evening and daytime hours available.

View the schedule here:

Williams Sport Training Winter 2017/2018 Schedule