December 6, 2013 2 Teams, 2 Stories: Part 2 - American International College Women's Soccer Max is head coach Matt Johnson's son - he's also a very special little boy who's been able to watch his dad lead American Int'l to the most successful season in school history.
December 9, 2013 | Soccer Northeast-10 Conference Women's Soccer NCAA Report: Week 13 The final Northeast-10 Women's Soccer report of 2013 features national semifinalist American International College.
December 9, 2013 | Men's Soccer Southern New Hamshire's Brad Campion, American International's Bryony Parker Receive NCAA Elite 89 Award Two Northeast-10 student-athletes received the Elite 89 Award at the 2013 NCAA Soccer Championships, which is presented to individual with the highest GPA.
December 6, 2013 | Soccer Division II Women’s Soccer All-America Selections Announced by Daktronics, NSCAA The 2013 Daktronics and NSCAA NCAA Division II Women’s Soccer All-America selections were announced this week.
December 5, 2013 | Soccer American International Women's Soccer Blog: "Today, We Made History" American International goalkeeper Samantha Tabak shares a blog post with us following the Yellow Jackets' 4-1 loss in Thursday's national semifinal in Georgia.
December 5, 2013 | Soccer Magical Season for American International Women's Soccer Ends in National Semifinals American International saw its season come to an end Thursday afternoon as Grand Valley State scored three goals in a 12-minute span for a 4-1 victory.
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School NE-10 Overall
Saint Rose 12-0-2 38 20-1-2
American Int'l 11-1-2 35 18-3-2
Adelphi 9-1-4 31 14-3-4
New Haven 8-4-2 26 11-5-3
Merrimack 8-4-2 26 10-6-2
Saint Anselm 7-5-2 23 8-7-3
Assumption 5-4-5 20 7-5-5
Franklin Pierce 6-6-2 20 7-8-3
So. Connecticut 5-7-2 17 7-9-2
Stonehill 5-8-1 16 5-11-2
Pace 5-8-1 16 5-12-1
So. New Hampshire 4-7-3 15 7-8-3
Le Moyne 3-9-2 11 5-10-2
Bentley 1-11-2 5 2-12-2
Saint Michael's 0-14 0 0-16


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