Men's Soccer Team Adds Winning 'Kick' to NCAA Kickoff
– Photos by Larry D. Kauffman, digital publishing specialist/photographer
Getting his varsity letter in soccer ...
... a student adds his "D" to the supporting lineup in the bleachers.
Tarik Laroche (17), of Milton, contributed one of two first-half goals under the lights.
Christopher C. Rutledge (7), of Macungie, iin the midst of freeze-frame physicality
In the heart of the action is Christian H. Dressler (8), of McAlisterville,
Elliott Strickland (left), chief student affairs officer, and Scott E. Kennell, director of athletics, brrrrrrrrrravely answer the "ice bucket challenge" issued by Bryn Athyn College (another member of the North Eastern Athletic Conference). The well-chilled shower, the second endured by Strickland in as many weeks, was delivered at the request of Matthew Kennedy, Bryn Athyn's director of athletics, and Kiri K. Rogers, its dean of students. Strickland and Kennell, in turn, threw down the gauntlet to three Wildcat coaches: Christopher H. Howard, baseball; John F. McNichol Jr., women's soccer; and Rafael Morais, men's soccer.
A vigilant mascot on the sidelines sets the tone for heads-up play on the field.
Quinton T. Burgess, of Burlington, New Jersey, shows determination and drive.
Assisting in two home-team goals was Ronald A. Garcia (11), of Brentwood, New York.