The Cal Lutheran men’s soccer team has been rewarded for their hard work in the classroom this past year and have earned the 2013-14 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) College Academic Team Award.
To open the final week of the season, the Cal Lutheran men’s soccer team returned home to play inside of the friendly confines of William Rolland Stadium for the first of two straight home games to round out the season. A SCIAC meeting between CLU and Redlands went in favor of the Bulldogs by a 2-1 margin though the Kingsmen took an early 1-0 lead.
Announced on Tuesday evening by the SCIAC, Cal Lutheran men’s soccer player Zack Larson was selected as the Male Co-Athlete of the Week for his accomplishments between Oct. 13-19 as the first Kingsmen student-athlete selected this academic year.
The Cal Lutheran men’s soccer team battled Occidental for 110 minutes in a SCIAC game, settling for another tie, a 1-1 outcome, which was their fourth overtime tie of the season and fifth game that required extra play this fall.
In a pivotal game of the season, the Cal Lutheran men’s soccer team came through when it mattered most and edged out an exciting 4-3 victory over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Monday night at Rolland Stadium. Zack Larson scored three goals and Bryan Hulse provided the game winner in the 87th minute for the Kingsmen.