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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | January 16, 2014
For the second consecutive year and for the fifth time since 2004, two Maryland players were selected in the first round of the MLS SuperDraft, but forwards Patrick Mullins and Schillo Tshuma went later than anticipated Thursday. Mullins - a back-to-back winner of the Hermann Trophy, which is awarded to college soccer's top player - was expected to be selected among the first five picks, but he was chosen at No. 11 by the New England Revolution. Tshuma, who was projected to go somewhere in the top 10, was taken at No. 17 by the Portland Timbers.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | January 16, 2014
For the second consecutive year and for the fifth time since 2004, two Maryland players were selected in the first round of the MLS SuperDraft, but forwards Patrick Mullins and Schillo Tshuma went later than anticipated Thursday. Mullins - a back-to-back winner of the Hermann Trophy, which is awarded to college soccer's top player - was expected to be selected among the first five picks, but he was chosen at No. 11 by the New England Revolution. Tshuma, who was projected to go somewhere in the top 10, was taken at No. 17 by the Portland Timbers.
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November 16, 2013
Michael Sauers (Archbishop Curley) scored with just 13 seconds left in the first overtime period to lift the top-seeded and fourth-ranked Maryland men's soccer team (12-3-5) to a 1-0 victory over Clemson (11-6-2) in the Atlantic Coast Conference soccer semifinals Friday night in Boyds. The winning score followed a corner kick by Tsubasa Endoh  that players from both sides attempted the control. The ball caromed off the foot of Patrick Mullins, and Sauers punched his third career goal into the right side of the net to give Maryland the win. “Mikey Ambrose had a back-post cross off a clear and went to Dan Metzger, who brought it down nicely.
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Sports Digest | January 16, 2014
Men's college soccer Mullins gets top Soccer America honor again Maryland senior forward Patrick Mullins on Wednesday became the second two-time winner of the Soccer America Men's Player of the Year, joining Claudio Reyna of Virginia (1992-1993). Mullins led the Terps to the College Cup in his junior and senior seasons, accumulating 17 goals and 10 assists in 2012 and a nation-high 19 goals and eight assists in 2013. Jason Garey (2005) is the only other Terp to win the Soccer America honor.
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Sports Digest | January 3, 2014
Et cetera Terps ' Tshuma named a Generation adidas player Maryland sophomore forward Schillo Tshuma is among four 2014 Generation adidas players who will enter the MLS SuperDraft on Jan. 16 in Philadelphia. Tshuma scored six goals last season in helping the Terps advance to the College Cup final. Generation adidas players train and play with one of Major League Soccer's 19 clubs and receive educational grants to further their college education; they do not count against an MLS team's salary budget.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2013
Minutes after watching his No. 12 seed UC Irvine team fall, 1-0, to No. 5 seed Maryland in the third round of the NCAA men's soccer tournament Sunday night at Ludwig Field, coach George Kuntz had one wish, and it had to do with freshman goalkeeper Zack Steffen. “I wish he was a senior, because we may have to see him sometime again,” Kuntz said admiringly. “He's good. Even the DVDs we have on that guy don't give him credit. Those saves, you saw with your own eyes. Not only those things, but just the simple things.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2013
In the aftermath of No. 5 seed Maryland's 1-0 win against No. 12 seed UC-Irvine in a third-round game of the NCAA men's soccer tournament on Sunday night, several Terps were asked about Saturday's quarterfinal meeting with No. 4 seed California. A Cheshire-like grin crossed the face of senior forward Patrick Mullins before he answered. “This is exactly what we wanted,” he said. “That's what we said after the game in our hotel room,” freshman goalkeeper Zack Steffen chimed in. “We wanted them at the end of the year, and now we've got them.” Giving some bulletin-board material to a Golden Bears squad that went 14-4-2 might be a recipe for disaster, but Maryland (15-5-3)
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Sports Digest | November 15, 2013
Et cetera Terps ' Mullins, Metzger make All-ACC first team in men's soccer Maryland's Patrick Mullins and Dan Metzger were named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer first team Thursday. Schillo Tshuma earned second-team honors, and Mikey Ambrose was named to the third team. Zack Steffen and Michael Sauers (Archbishop Curley) were selected to the freshman team. … Johns Hopkins sophomore defender Andrew Park was selected to the All-Centennial Conference first team, while junior midfielder Rob Heuler and sophomore forward Kenny DeStefano were named to the second team.
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By Matt Birchenough, The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2011
COLLEGE PARK - All things considered, Maryland soccer player Patrick Mullins had a successful debut season last year. The Louisiana native finished with five goals, including a game-winner in an October showdown with No. 2 Connecticut, and an assist in 21 games, a performance that was good enough to earn him Atlantic Coast Conference Freshman of the Year. However, winning that honor was just the start for Mullins, who has raised his game this season in helping the Terps (7-0-1)
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Sports Digest | October 1, 2011
Men's college soccer No. 3 Terps defeat No. 2 Creighton, 1-0 Casey Townsend scored in the 14th minute and No. 3 Maryland (10-0-1) held off a hard charge by No. 2 Creighton (8-1-0) in the second half for a 1-0 win Friday night in front of an announced 5,648 at Ludwig Field in College Park. The goal ended the Bluejays' season-long shutout streak. Patrick Mullins set up the goal by sending a long ball forward for Townsend, who was making a run toward the box. Goalkeeper Brian Holt attempted to reach the bouncing ball first, but coming outside of the 18-yard box he was unable to punch the ball away and the Terps ' leading scorer won the ball in the air, settled it and got his shot around defender Eric Miller and into an open net. The Bluejays, who didn't take a shot in the first 48 minutes, outshot Maryland 6-2 in the second half; the Terps did not manage a shot after the 49th minute.
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Sports Digest | January 3, 2014
Et cetera Terps ' Tshuma named a Generation adidas player Maryland sophomore forward Schillo Tshuma is among four 2014 Generation adidas players who will enter the MLS SuperDraft on Jan. 16 in Philadelphia. Tshuma scored six goals last season in helping the Terps advance to the College Cup final. Generation adidas players train and play with one of Major League Soccer's 19 clubs and receive educational grants to further their college education; they do not count against an MLS team's salary budget.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 14, 2013
CHESTER, Pa. - In the summer of 1980, a 17-year-old Sasho Cirovski played on Scotland's Aberdeen Football Club youth team, which at the time was led by a coach named Bobby Clark. “My first memory was that he didn't play me in my first game, and I was not happy,” Cirovski recalled Friday. “He played me the next couple games, and I was much happier.” Cirovski and Clark will see each other and shake hands today at PPL Park in Chester, Pa., but it will be as equals. With No. 5 seed Maryland (17-3-5)
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2013
CHESTER, Pa. - A familiar formula helped the Maryland men's soccer team advance to its sixth NCAA final. Senior forward Patrick Mullins scored two goals and freshman goalkeeper Zack Steffen made two critical saves in the second half to propel the Terps to a 2-1 semifinal victory over Virginia before an announced 4,172 at PPL Park on Friday night. Maryland (17-3-5), the No. 5 seed, will have an opportunity to capture its fourth national title - and third under coach Sasho Cirovski - when the Terps face No. 3 seed Notre Dame in Sunday's final.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 9, 2013
In the aftermath of a loss to Georgetown in the semifinals of last year's NCAA men's soccer tournament -- a game that was settled on penalty kicks -- Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski could have been forgiven for his outburst that the team would return to the College Cup next season. Fortunately for Cirovski, the No. 5-seeded Terps backed up their coach's promise with a 2-1 upset of No. 4 seed California in Saturday's quarterfinals, sending the program to its 13th College Cup and eighth during Cirovski's tenure.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2013
In the aftermath of No. 5 seed Maryland's 1-0 win against No. 12 seed UC-Irvine in a third-round game of the NCAA men's soccer tournament on Sunday night, several Terps were asked about Saturday's quarterfinal meeting with No. 4 seed California. A Cheshire-like grin crossed the face of senior forward Patrick Mullins before he answered. “This is exactly what we wanted,” he said. “That's what we said after the game in our hotel room,” freshman goalkeeper Zack Steffen chimed in. “We wanted them at the end of the year, and now we've got them.” Giving some bulletin-board material to a Golden Bears squad that went 14-4-2 might be a recipe for disaster, but Maryland (15-5-3)
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2013
Minutes after watching his No. 12 seed UC Irvine team fall, 1-0, to No. 5 seed Maryland in the third round of the NCAA men's soccer tournament Sunday night at Ludwig Field, coach George Kuntz had one wish, and it had to do with freshman goalkeeper Zack Steffen. “I wish he was a senior, because we may have to see him sometime again,” Kuntz said admiringly. “He's good. Even the DVDs we have on that guy don't give him credit. Those saves, you saw with your own eyes. Not only those things, but just the simple things.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2013
Senior forward Patrick Mullins is the face of Maryland men's soccer - and for good reason. The reigning Hermann Trophy winner is tied for first in Division I in points with 38 and tied for third in the country in goals with 15. But freshman Michael Sauers is also contributing in the Terps' postseason run. The Glen Arm native and Archbishop Curley graduate ranks fourth among the No. 5-seeded Terps (14-3-5) in goals (four) and sixth in points (nine). And in the team's past four games, he has two goals and one assist - including the lone tally in a 1-0 overtime win against Clemson in the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament on Nov. 15 and the first goal in a 3-1 victory over Providence in the second round of the NCAA tournament Sunday.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | December 9, 2013
In the aftermath of a loss to Georgetown in the semifinals of last year's NCAA men's soccer tournament -- a game that was settled on penalty kicks -- Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski could have been forgiven for his outburst that the team would return to the College Cup next season. Fortunately for Cirovski, the No. 5-seeded Terps backed up their coach's promise with a 2-1 upset of No. 4 seed California in Saturday's quarterfinals, sending the program to its 13th College Cup and eighth during Cirovski's tenure.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2013
Senior forward Patrick Mullins is the face of Maryland men's soccer - and for good reason. The reigning Hermann Trophy winner is tied for first in Division I in points with 38 and tied for third in the country in goals with 15. But freshman Michael Sauers is also contributing in the Terps' postseason run. The Glen Arm native and Archbishop Curley graduate ranks fourth among the No. 5-seeded Terps (14-3-5) in goals (four) and sixth in points (nine). And in the team's past four games, he has two goals and one assist - including the lone tally in a 1-0 overtime win against Clemson in the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament on Nov. 15 and the first goal in a 3-1 victory over Providence in the second round of the NCAA tournament Sunday.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 17, 2013
The Maryland men's soccer team's sixth Atlantic Coast Conference tournament championship happened after some help from an unlikely source. Senior forward Patrick Mullins' pass was directed by Virginia senior defender Kevin McBride into his own goal with 2:42 left in regulation to lift the No. 4 Terps to a 1-0 victory over the No. 12 Cavaliers before an announced 4,763 at the Maryland SoccerPlex on Sunday afternoon. Maryland improved to 13-3-5 and almost assuredly earned a top 16 seed in the upcoming NCAA tournament, which rewards those teams with a bye through Thursday's first-round games.
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