The former midfielder was selected late in the second round with the 37th overall pick by the Montreal Impact, making him the highest drafted player in program history.
The Cal Poly men’s soccer team saw its 2013 season come to an end Tuesday night, as the Mustangs fell 4-1 to Cal State Northridge in the opening round of the Big West Conference tournament.
I met him by happenstance.
On Friday, March 16, 2012, I boarded U.S. Airways flight No. 11, scheduled to leave San Francisco at 9 p.m. and arrive in Phoenix at 10:55.
With its 4-2 victory over Sacramento State Saturday night, the Cal Poly men’s soccer team reached 41 total goals on the season and broke the previous school record of 40.
Last year, it was George Malki who stole the spotlight in Alex G. Spanos Stadium. Hoisted up on the shoulders of his teammates and fellow students, the then-junior midfielder was draped in a Cal Poly flag. He couldn’t stop smiling.
Athletics Director Don Oberhelman can’t pick a favorite Cal Poly sport — to him, it would be like a parent trying to pick their favorite child.
No Cal Poly sporting event gets so packed that students have to buy tickets beforehand. And rarely does an event sell out — well, except for one. And it can only mean one thing.
The 8,125 fans packed into Alex G. Spanos Stadium on a chilly night in 2010 remember Chris Gaschen’s right-footed dart that buried itself in the top corner of the net and sent the crowd into a frenzy.
The Cal Poly men’s soccer team is training for the 2013 season and plans to utilize a new style of play, quality incoming players and more training to push past recent records and qualify for the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2008.
Stephan Teodosescu email@example.com If there is one thing nearly every Cal Poly fan, player and attendee inside Alex G. Spanos Stadium had in common on Saturday night it was the familiar feeling of adrenaline, excitement and awe all rolled into…