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Men's Soccer Earns Second Seed in Upcoming NEWMAC Championship

Springfield College Men's Soccer Springfield, Mass. - October 30, 2011 - The Springfield College men's soccer team secured the second seed in the five-team field of the 2011 New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championship after the regular season concluded on Saturday afternoon.

The Pride had one of its best regular seasons in recent memory as it owned a 9-4-3 record, including a 4-2 mark in league play. Both Wheaton and Springfield finished the year with 4-2 records in NEWMAC play, but Springfield took the second seed based on the tiebreaker of its head-to-head victory over the Lyons earlier in the season.

Babson College will serve as host for the semifinals and championship which will take place on November 5-6. The host Beavers will play the winner of the lone quarterfinal game between MIT and WPI at 10:30 am on Saturday morning. Springfield will square off against rival Wheaton College at 1:30 pm that same afternoon.

The Pride and Lyons battled in a double-overtime thriller in the regular season, with Springfield prevailing 3-2. In the win, Zach Dutter scored the decisive strike with 4:50 remaining in the second overtime, while classmate Kevin Nowak gave Springfield an early 2-0 lead with two unassisted goals 50 seconds apart in the first half.

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Head Coach Steffen Siebert

Steffen Seibert Steffen Siebert enters his third season at the helm of the Springfield College men's soccer program in the fall of 2014 In his second season, Siebert led the Pride to a historic year, winning the ECAC Championship and setting program marks in goals scored, wins, goals against and shutouts. Read more.

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