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Hartman gets another milestone in goal

Kevin Hartman of FC Dallas on February 2011 (photo by Mahanga via wikipedia commons)

Kevin Hartman, one of Major League Soccer’s all-time goalkeepers, earned his 100th career shutout and Martin Chavez scored in the 69th minute to give FC Dallas a 1-0 win over the New England Revolution in Frisco, Texas.


Info courtesy of MLS & FC Dallas news




Eastern Washington rallies from 19-point deficit to win FCS title


(courtesy of Eastern Washington athletics via Wikipedia Commons)

Bo Levi Mitchell led three straight late touchdown drives, the final one coming with 2:47 remaining, sparking Eastern Washington to a come-from-behind win over Delaware in Frisco, Texas. The win gives the Eagles their first Football Championship Subdivision title.

The Eagles with a record of 13-2, trailed 19-0 and had gained just 92 yards midway through the third quarter.

Mitchell, a transfer from Southern Methodist University, took the Eagles on drives of 80, 89 and 69 yards. He converted a fourth-and-8 on the second of those series and needed two video replays to uphold a fourth-and-1 conversion a few plays before the winning touchdown.

Delaware finishes the year at 12-3, had one last chance to win the game, but turned the ball over on downs with 47 seconds left.

compiled from staff & Eastern Washington athletics news

Dayton football coach Chamberlin named finalist for FCS Coach of the year

Rick Chamberlin (courtesy of Dayton athletics)

After leading the Dayton Flyers to a 10-1 season and the Pioneer Football League championship, head football coach Rick Chamberlin, has been named to the Eddie Robinson Award finalist list.

Eddie Robinson (courtesy of Grambling athletics)

The award honors the nation’s premier coach and all Football Championship Subdivision conferences are represented among the 20 finalists.

Eddie Robinson was the long-time coach of the Grambling Tigers. He posted a 408-165-15 from 1941-1997. He sent over 200 players to play in the AFL and NFL and they include Buck Buchanan, Willie Brown, Charlie Joiner, James Harris, Willie Davis and Doug Williams who succeeded Robinson as the head coach of one of America’s most-historic black colleges. Coach Robinson died on April 3, 2007 at age 88.

Rick Chamberlin is a former player and 1980 graduate of UD. He has been with the university for 30 years. In each of the three seasons since he was named head coach after the retirement of his mentor, Mike Kelly, the Flyers have won 9 or more games. Coach Chamberlin’s 28 wins, as of this season, make his three year record at Dayton the most successful coaching start in Flyer history.

Coach Chamberlin is in good company for the award; some of the other candidates include: Rob Ash, Montana State; Al Bagnoli, Penn; Reggie Barlow, Alabama State; Kerwin Bell, Jacksonville; K.C. Keeler, Delaware; Jimmye Laycock, William & Mary; Trent Miles, Indiana State; Jerry Moore, Appalachian State and Joe Walton, Robert Morris.

Nearly 175 sports information and media relations directors, broadcasters, writers and others will select the award recipient. The Robinson Award, in its 24th year, will be presented at the national awards banquet on Thursday, January 6 in Frisco, Texas, the night before the national championship game.

Info courtesy of Dayton athletics

Columbus Crew picks up a pair of Exhibition wins over the weekend

Courtesy of Crew Communications

Emmanuel Epko (crew photo)

The Columbus Crew took the week off from MLS action but did host a pair of colleges in exhibition matches at Crew Stadium.

The Black & Gold first faced off against the Marshall University Thundering Herd and win 5-0 with goals coming from Eddie Gaven, Guillermo Barros Schelotto,  Sergio Herrera and guest players Leandre Griffit and Said Isaac.

The Crew then faced off against the Michigan State Spartans and score another 5-0 victory. Columbus received goals from Jason Garey, Steven Lenhart, Emmanuel Epko. Andy Iro and Emilio Renteria.

Steven Lenhart (Crew photo)

“America’s hardest working team” will return to Major League Soccer action this Saturday, April 10, when it travels to take on FC Dallas at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas.

Columbus Crew loses to FC Dallas in Exhibition game

Courtesy of  Crew media relations

Saturday evening in Frisco, Texas, The Crew and FC Dallas played a game in the Pioneer Cup Series, which is a tribute in the memory of Lamar Hunt. The first Pioneer Cup was played in Pizza Hut Park in 2007 with Columbus winning 3-0.

Not last night however. Dallas received goals from David Ferreira in the 16th minute and one from Atiba Harris in the 34th minute to win 2-1.

Andy Iro Columbus Crew (Creative Commons photo credit)

The Crew scored when Andy Iro put one into the back of the net in the 62nd minute. He was assisted by Emilio Renteria and Gino Padula.


The Crew announced recently, the signing of 23-year-old defender Shaun Francis to a developmental contract.

Francis was selected by the Crew in the fourth round (#63 overall) of the 2010 MLS SuperDraft after a three-year career at Lindsey Wilson College (Ky.). While at Lindsey Wilson, Francis totaled 61 appearances, while scoring seven goals with nine assists. During his senior season, he captained the Blue Raiders to the 2009 NAIA National Championship, while tallying three goals and four assists. He was also named to the Mid-South Conference First Team in 2008.

Francis, as a native of Jamaica, he will occupy one of the club’s international player spots.