Men's Soccer NCAA Atlantic Coast College Division Soccer Championship (November, 1968)
- Men's Soccer NCAA Atlantic Coast College Division Soccer Championship (November, 1968)
A newspaper article titled Springfield College Atlantic CD Soccer Victor. The article discusses Springfield College's accomplishment as the NCAA Atlantic Coast College Division Soccer Champions. The Championship took place from November 15 to 16, 1968. There is a photograph included in the article showing Springfield College shooting a goal toward Elizabethtown during the Championship.
- Springfield College Archives and Special Collections
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College Archives Digital Collections
Springfield College Soccer Team Papers
1968 to 1970
Quigley, James F.
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The 1968 team was led by Head coach Irvin Schmid and team Captains Bill Muse and Page Cotton, finishing the season with a record of 13 wins, 0 losses, and 3 ties. The 3 ties came against Dartmouth, Yale, and Williams. The team went on to win the NCAA Atlantic Coast Championship (college division) during the 1968 season as well. Paul LeSeuer led the team in scoring with 15 goals throughout the season, and close behind him was Charlie Zien and Ralph Arguin with 10 goals a piece. Captain Bill Muse led the team with assists, finishing the seasons with a total of 5 assists and 8 goals. Other standouts for the team were Jim Quigley, Art Fildago, and Page Cotton.