Women's Soccer

 

2017 MANOR COLLEGE WOMEN’S SOCCER PREVIEW

2017 MANOR COLLEGE WOMEN’S SOCCER PREVIEW

By Steven M. Glassman

Director of Sports Information

September 11, 2017

 

Coaching Staff:

Head Coach (Year): Tom Gangi (1st).

Head Coach's Won-Loss Record at Manor (Overall): 0-0-0 (0-0-0).

Head Coach's NJCAA Won-Loss Record at Manor (Overall): 0-0-0 (0-0-0).

 

Team Information:

First Season of Competition (Seasons Played): 1994 (20).

Overall Record (Since 2008): 13-48-3.

NJCAA Division III Record (Since 2008): 10-42-2.

NJCAA Postseason Tournament Appearances (Won-Loss): 2011 (0-1).

Last Full Season Played: 2012 (6-7 Overall, 5-6 NJCAA Region XIX Division III).

2012 Overall Goals Scored: 38 (Most scored since joining the NJCAA in 2008).

2012 Overall Goals Allowed: 50.

2012 NJCAA Region XIX Division III Goals Scored: 34 (Most scored since joining the NJCAA in 2008).

2012 NJCAA Region XIX Division III Goals Allowed: 41.

Last Game Played: September 7, 2013 (at Union County College).

 

2017 Schedule Notes:

2017 NJCAA Opponents' 2016 Overall Won-Loss Record (Percentage): 31-37-2 (0.457).

 

2017 NJCAA Division I Opponents (Region) (Date/s): Harford Community College (Region XX) (September 16) and Lackawanna College (Region XIX) (September 19 and October 17).

 

2017 NJCAA 2016 Nationally-Ranked Opponents (Date/s): Harford Community College: 17th (Preseason) and 18th (November 1).

 

2017 NJCAA 2016 Postseason Tournament Opponents (Date/s): Bucks County Community College (Region XIX) (September 14 and October 12) and Harford Community College (Region XX).

 

2017 NJCAA 2016 Regular and Postseason Tournament Champion Opponents (Date/s): Harford Community College (Region XX).

 

2017 NJCAA 2016 District Qualifying Opponents: Harford Community College (Region XX) (District H).

 

Tom Gangi's 2017 Outlook:

"It is an honor to represent this fine institution of learning.  To be chosen the responsibility of rebooting our women's soccer team after a [four-] year hiatus of not having a team is humbling.  That being said it will be a challenge for us in this year of rebuilding.  We have some players that have never played the game of soccer before but their courage, to try something new, so we are even able to field a team inspires me and I look forward to helping them any way I can as student athletes.  We also have some very understanding experienced players who have been nothing but helpful and patient with the rebuilding.  I can't say enough about these ladies character and ability to lead when it could be easy to bury our heads in the sand and give up, but they are out there every day helping me make our program a success in the years to come.  I still believe we will be competitive if we all stick together and work as a team.  No question it will be tough but sometimes the most difficult challenges present themselves as the greatest opportunities and that's how our team is looking at and approaching our season."