Former Blue Devil standout Yan Klukowski was named Player of the Week for the United Soccer Leagues Second Division for his play against Wilmington. Competing as a member of the Western Massachusetts Pioneers, Klukowski scored one goal and assisted on another to defeat the Hammerheads 2-1 and record the team's first win of the season.
David Tyrie and Yan Klukowski have signed with the Western Massachusetts Pioneers, announced today by Central Connecticut head coach Shaun Green. The Pioneers are a professional club playing in the United Soccer Leagues. Both players recently finished their careers at CCSU this fall and were integral pieces of the Blue Devils' first ever Northeast Conference Championship in 2007.
Senior captains Yan Klukowski and David Tyrie were selected to participate in the New England Intercollegiate Soccer League Senior All-Star Game. Both four year starters, Klukowski and Tyrie will join 14 other Division I players chosen to play in the match. The game features players from all NCAA Divisions and will be played at Clark University in Worcester, MA on Saturday May 2 at 2:00 p.m.
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America and Adidas recognized three Central Connecticut soccer players with All-North Atlantic Region honors. Senior captains Yan Klukowski and David Tyrie received NSCAA/Adidas First Team accolades, while sophomore Robert Cavener was awarded with a third team selection.
Yan Klukowski became the sixth Blue Devil to be named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American Team on Wednesday, as released by CoSIDA. The senior captain received third team honors for his performance on and off the field this season. Klukowski is a physical education major at Central Connecticut and led the Blue Devils to a Northeast Conference Championship and the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2007.
Senior captains Yan Klukowski and David Tyrie received All-Northeast Conference First Team honors, while sophomore Robert Cavener was selected to the All-NEC Second Team. Klukowski and Tyrie have received all-conference honors in each of their four years at CCSU. Cavener, on the other hand, received his first All-NEC award after a stellar sophomore season. The awards were presented Thursday evening at the conference's banquet. On the eve of the NEC Tournament, the reception was held at tourny host Monmouth University.
Raphael Guimaraes scored the lone goal for the Central Connecticut men's soccer team as they fell to NEC leading Monmouth, 2-1, on Senior Day in New Britain. Seniors Yan Klukowski, David Tyrie, Ben Howe and Nick Soares were honored before their final regular season game on the CCSU Soccer Field.
Juniors Eddie Floyd and Hadji Diop scored goals and the Central Connecticut (9-6-2, 3-4-1) men's soccer team came from behind to defeat Mount St. Mary's (9-8-0, 5-3-0), 3-1, on Friday afternoon at the CCSU Soccer Field. Diop scored the game-winner off an assist from sophomore Connor Smith. The score marked the first for Diop as a Blue Devil.
Senior captain David Tyrie, normally a central defender for the Blue Devils, was moved up front in the second half to provide an offensive spark and that he did, leading the Central Connecticut (8-6-2, 2-4-1) men's soccer team past Robert Morris (2-13-3, 0-6-2)on Sunday, 1-0. CCSU has now won two in a row and will be hosting Mount St. Mary's on November 7th and Monmouth on November 9th in their final two regular season games of the year.
Sophomore Robert Cavener scored his second goal of the season to lift the Central Connecticut men's soccer team (7-6-2, 1-4-1) past St. Francis (PA) (4-10-2, 1-5-1) in a 1-0 game in Loretto, PA. The midfielder put in a header off of a cross from junior Hadji Diop only seven minutes into the game. The Blue Devils stayed tight defensively, only giving up eight shots to the Red Flash, and went on to win 1-0.
Senior captain Yan Klukowski was awarded for his work on and off the field, receiving ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1 honors. Klukowski earned a first team spot for his accomplishments this year. The Wiltshire, England native is a physical education major and will now be placed on the National Ballot for consideration for Academic All-American.
The Central Connecticut men's soccer team (6-6-2) lost to Quinnipiac (8-4-2, 3-2-0), 3-1, and fell to 0-4-1 in Northeast Conference play on the road Sunday afternoon. Senior captain Yan Klukowski continued his high scoring season, tallying his eighth goal of the year. He now has 21 points.
The Central Connecticut men's soccer team (6-5-2, 0-3-1) recorded its first point in NEC play Sunday afternoon, playing to a 1-1 tie against Fairleigh Dickinson (7-3-2, 2-0-1) at the CCSU Soccer Field. Junior Eddie Floyd scored the first goal of his career in the second half for the Blue Devils.
The Central Connecticut men's soccer team scored the first goal, but Sacred Heart University countered with two of their own to defeat the Blue Devils, 2-1, on Friday afternoon at the CCSU Soccer Field. Junior Raphael Guimaraes scored the lone goal for Central off an assist from fellow junior Eddie Floyd.
The Central Connecticut men's soccer team slipped to 0-2 in NEC play, losing to Long Island 2-1 in overtime. Senior captain Yan Klukowski tied the game at one late in the first half, but the Blackbirds' Mohammad Mashriqi scored the game winner on Sunday afternoon in New Britain, CT.
The Central Connecticut men's soccer team fell to St. Francis (NY), 2-1, in their first Northeast Conference game on Friday at the Aviator Complex in Brooklyn Heights, NY. Senior captain David Tyrie scored the goal that tied the game in the second half, but St. Francis sophomore John Sallhag notched the game-winner in the last minute of play.
Sophomore Christopher Brown scored three goals and senior captain Yan Klukowski added one goal and two assists to lead the Central Connecticut men's soccer team past Bryant University on Wednesday afternoon at the CCSU Soccer Field. Junior forward Raphael Guimaraes also scored his second goal of the season in the 5-0 victory over the Bulldogs.
Senior captain David Tyrie scored twice, while fellow senior captain Yan Klukowski tallied a goal and an assist to lead the Central Connecticut men's soccer team to a victory over Siena on Sunday afternoon. The Blue Devils rallied from a 2-0 deficit early in the second half to defeat the Saints on a game winning header by Tyrie in the first overtime period.
The Central Connecticut men's soccer home contest against Siena has been postponed due to poor weather conditions. The game will now be played on Sunday at 1 p.m. at Sacred Heart University. Next week the Blue Devils are scheduled to host Bryant on October 1for a 3:30 p.m. match. CCSU is currently 4-2-1, while Siena has a record of 1-4-1.
Senior captain Yan Klukowski was tabbed Brine/NEC Player of the Week for his performances in CCSU's victories over Marist and Manhattan. The midfielder has been named Player of the Week in two out of the first three weeks of play for the Blue Devils.
The Central Connecticut men's soccer team defeated Manhattan on senior captain Yan Klukowski's game winning goal in the 30th minute off of an assist from sophomore Connor Smith. The Blue Devils are now 4-1-1 this season and have won two in a row.
Sophomore Christopher Brown scored the game-winning goal and assisted on another to lift the Central Connecticut men's soccer team past Marist, 3-1. Senior captain David Tyrie and junior Raphael Guimaraes also scored goals for the 3-1-1 Blue Devils.
The Central Connecticut men's soccer team falls to 2-1-1 on the season after losing a 2-0 game against Vermont Friday afternoon. The Blue Devils will continue their season on Wednesday September 17 as they host Marist at 4:00 p.m.
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The Central Connecticut men's soccer team played to a 1-1 tie with Hartford after losing senior captain Yan Klukowski to a red card with 28 minutes left in the second half. Sophomore Christopher Brown scored the lone goal for the Blue Devils.
Senior captain Yan Klukowski was named the NEC Player of the Week for the first time since his freshman season and received College Soccer News National Team of the Week honors for his outstanding play over the past week. The midfielder recorded his first career hat trick against St. Bonaventure on Friday and the Blue Devils went 2-0 to start the season.
Senior captain Yan Klukowski scored three goals in the second half and sophomore Christopher Brown added another to lift the Central Connecticut men's soccer team past St. Bonaventure, 4-0. The Blue Devils are now 10-1-1 in their last 12 games, dating back to October 21 of last season.
Sophomore Robert Cavener scored the game winning goal in the 79th minute of play to propel CCSU past Holy Cross 1-0 in Tuesday night men's soccer action. The Blue Devils are now 1-0 and will next host St. Bonaventure on Friday September 5 at 3:00 p.m.
The Central Connecticut men's soccer team was selected 25th in Soccer America's Preseason National Rankings, released today. After a spectacular season, ending in the Sweet 16 of last year's NCAA Tournament, the Blue Devils are poised to make another run in 2008. Defending National Champion Wake Forest, with a record of 22-2-2 in 2007, was picked to defend their crown.