In a week filled with high-intensity practices, the SAIT Trojans men’s soccer team trained with pace and purpose that they carried into a highly anticipated two-game road trip on the weekend.
Although SAIT Trojans men’s soccer team came up short in provincials, losing the gold medal game in overtime, their second place finish has landed them a spot in nationals in Fort McMurray. The Trojans will play the defending champion Humber Hawks in their first game.
Alex Auger has been playing with volunteer-run Calgary Street Soccer for two years, and will be joining team Canada to play in the Homeless World Cup in Santiago, Chile, Oct. 19 – 26, 2014.
he SAIT Trojans men’s soccer team kicked off its 2014 season with a bold statement, outscoring its first two opponents 11-0. The Trojans season opener featured an 8-0 pounding dished…
The men’s soccer team’s season ended with a halt after they lost to the Red Deer College Kings and fell out of a playoff spot.
“I expect to gel as a team, to play as a team, and then to win as a team.” With more rookies than veterans on the men’s soccer team, the Trojans will have to come together to reach their lofty goal of becoming Canadian National Champions.