Stars shine bright in H.S. soccer All-Star game 2019 Boston Herald article
September 22nd , 2015
Coach Don Brock decided to retire as Head Coach of the Boys Soccer program at Needham High School. In an effort to bring to fruition a longtime dream of Coach Brock and to further recognize his positive impact on the Needham community, the Alumni of NHS Boys Soccer and the Needham Soccer Club (NSC) has planned a Don Brock Day on October 10, 2015.
The Day will comprise of two parts:
12:30 PM DeFazio Park, Brock Field ~ Scoreboard & Bleachers Dedication prior to the 1:00 PM NHS Boys Varsity Soccer Game vs. Newton South High School
6:30 PM Needham Sheraton ~ Celebration Event at the Needham Sheraton honoring Coach Brock
In order to fund both parts we are looking for donations towards the Scoreboard and Bleachers and we will charge for tickets for the Celebration Event at the Needham Sheraton.
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO TAKE YOU TO A LANDING PAGE ON THE NEEDHAM SOCCER CLUB WEBSITE. THEN CLICK THE INVITATION LINK.
David McKinnon - GK
Oliver Ames High School
Where are they now, former All-Americans from EMASS finding success at the collegiate level.
August 29th, 2015
Friday night saw two of New England collegiate teams, #7 Providence College and Bryant University, face off in their season opener. It also saw the match up of two recent All-Americans from Eastern Massachusetts, Charlie Booth (Concord-Carlisle High School, 2014 All-American; Bryant College) starting in his first collegiate game and 2014 NCAA Tournament MVP Mac Steeves (Needham High School 2012 All-American, Providence College). The game highlights the success of several of the top high school players from the area. Former Oliver Ames standout and 2012 All-American David McKinnon will again stand lead the University of Hartford following a tremendous sophomore campaign where he posted a .97 GAA. 2014 All-American Aram Ouligian (Needham High School) will start his collegiate career this eveing for Colgate University.
Mac Steeves (Needham) Scoring at U23 National Camp
The U.S. Under-23 Men’s National Team gathered for its first College Identification Camp last week at the National Training Center in Carson, California, concluding the event with a 3-1 win against Club Tijuana’s Segunda Premier Team.