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Erin McCloskey

Varsity soccer midfielder Seth Anderson fights for the ball against a Loyola player on Sep 16. The varsity soccer team finished their season with a 6-13-2 record.

Men’s Soccer

The varsity men’s soccer team completed their season with a record of 6-13-2.

Overall, the players and coaches were dissatisfied with how their season ended. The team was unable to achieve their goal of making the playoffs,

“It was disappointing, but it wasn’t because we didn’t play well,” head coach James Fendryk said. “Playoffs are always our number one goal.”

“In my opinion we definitely underachieved with the potential we had, but looking back it was a solid season,” junior midfielder Jake Krieger said. “We were a talented team who couldn’t connect the pieces.”

The team is looking forward to next year and hope to achieve their goal of making the playoffs.

“Next season, hopefully from minute one, we bring everything,” Fendryk said. “One of our goals for next year is to stay consistent, we’re too up and down.”

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