Congratulations to Meagan, Samantha, Christina, Kim, Maria, and Gina!
Our coaching staff wants to Congratulate the following players for their recent college commitments - Meagan McGurl - Lafayette College, Patriot League (Div. I), Samantha Lotti - Towson University, Colonial Athletic Association (Div. I), and Christina Balacco - Virginia Commonwealth University, Atlantic 10 Conference (Div. I), Kim Fetto - Wagner College, NEC (Div. I), Maria D'Amico, NEC (Div. I), and Gina Ragozine, Landmark Conference.
Jess Fuccello and Rachel Breton named to the USL W-League All-Conference Team!
W-League All-Conference Teams Named
TAMPA, Fla. – The W-League announced its 2013 All-Conference teams today, honoring the standout players who led their teams during the league’s 19th regular season. The W-League All-Conference Teams, selected through a vote of team management, feature some of the top young women’s soccer talent in the world.
Red Bank Catholic Senior Joining Full Wildcats Side this Summer
When upcoming Red Bank Catholic senior Liz Thoresen steps onto the Lions Stadium field at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) this summer as a member of the New Jersey Wildcats, the playmaking midfielder will be getting a glimpse of her future.
Shea Dwyer makes a verbal commitment to UNC Charlotte!
West Long Branch, NJ (January 17th, 2013) - Shea Dwyer a member of the NJ Wildcats Lady Strikers U17/U18 girls team has given a commitment to Division I, University of North Carolina - Charlottee a member of the NCAA - Atlantic 10 Conference.
Wildcats Defeat New Jersey Rangers at TCNJ Lions Stadium
Midfielder Yael Averbuch scored a pair of goals and added an assist to lead the New Jersey Wildcats (3-1-2, 11 points) on Wednesday evening at The College of New Jersey, where the team defeated the New Jersey Rangers FC (1-4-0, 3 points) by a count of 4-1.
In a battle for first place in the Northeast Division of the USL W-League on Thursday evening, the New Jersey Wildcats (3-2-2, 11 points) and Long Island Rough Riders (4-2-0, 12 points) played a highly competitive match before an entertained crowd at TCNJ Lions Stadium.
The New Jersey Wildcats (4-2-2, 14 points) put together a great collective team effort on Saturday evening, recording a 2-1 victory over the W-League Northeast Division leading Long Island Rough Riders (6-3-0, 18 points) at Saint John Vianney High School in Holmdel.