FC Richmond has many current and former players that have had great success in their college soccer careers. As we hear of these accomplishments, we will use this page to update everyone.
Erin Layne Sr Univeristy of Richmond DI - Erin played in 18 games, started 17, scored 3 goals and had 1 assist
Lauryn Piner Fr Wingate University DII - Lauryn played in 15 games and started 1 this season
Sarah Schrader So Lynchburg College DIII - Sarah played in 15 games, started 2 and scored 2 goals this season
Victoria Czenczek Fr Lynchburg College DIII - Victoria played in 13 games, scored 3 goals and had 2 assists
Sean Stowe Sr Old Dominion University DI - Sean played in 17 games, started 16 of those and had a 1.32 goals against per game average
Charlie Dodge Fr Christopher Newport University - Charlie played in 15 games and started 10 with 2 assists
Kyle Forche So VMI DI - Kyle played in 18 games and scored 2 goals and had 3 assists
Wes Saupe Fr VMI DI - Wes played in 17 games and scored 1 goal had 1 assist
Max Farinholdt Jr VMI DI - Max played in 16 games and scored 1 goal
Andrew Parker Fr Hampden Sydney DIII - Andrew played in 18 games and started 16 this season
Matt Wiliams Fr Johns Hopkins University DIII - Matt played in 9 games and started 3 this season
Jacob Creamer Fr George Mason University DI - Jacob was red shirted this season
Charlie Dodge Fr Christopher Newport University DIII - Charlie played in 15 games, started 10, and had 2 assists
Stephen Landry Sr Christopher Newport University DIII - Stephen played in 11 games and started 6 this season
Bryan Barahona Jr Hampden Sydney College DIII - Bryan played in 13 games, started 4, had 1 goal and 2 assists
Alex Thexton Sr Hampden Sydney University DIII - Alex played in 18 games and started 2 and had 1 assist this season
Daniel Laws So College of William and Mary DI - Dan was red shirted this season
Nick Reemstem Sr Randolph College DIII - Nick played in 20 games and started 14 this season
Dylan Bowman Sr Princeton University DI - Dylan played in 1 match and started 1 match
Luis Rendon So Duke University DI - Luis played in 19 games, scored 1 goal and had 3 assists
Congrats to Meghan Gumbs -- Christopher Newport University goalkeeper named all conference... Click Here
. Gumbs also helped guide the Lady Captains to a Conference Regular Season Title. Gumbs was also nameds Defensive player of the week in the final week of the regular season.
Erin Liberatore and The College of William and Mary off to a great start. The Women’s Soccer team is off to a 9-1-2 start and 4-0 in CAA play...Liberatore has started the season with 3 goals and 2 assists, playing in every game so far for the Tribe. To follow the Women’s Soccer team, use the following link... Women’s Soccer - William and Mary
CNU’s Men’s Soccer Team off to a #2 ranking in the NSCAA Division 3 Poll. Former FC Richmond players Noah Davis and Stephen Landry are important members of the Captains Soccer Team...follow their progress by clicking here
The Randolph College Men’s Soccer team received their first top 25 ranking in the program’s history after reaching the #25 spot earlier this season in the D3soccer.com Top 25 poll. Congrats to former FC Richmond players Sam McGarrity and Nick Reemtsen for helping the Wildcats achieve this outstanding accomplishment. Randolph College Men’s Soccer
Princeton Rolls to IVY League Championship
Dylan Bowman and his Princeton Tiger teammates finished up the season with an undefeated IVY League Regular Season... click here for the article
College of William and Mary -- CAA Champs
Nick Orozco and Ian Stowe helping William and Mary with a great year. Check out everything the Tribe Men’s Soccer team is doing this year by clicking here.
Dylan Bowman Helping Princeton Early On!
Former FC Richmond Magic ’91, Dylan Bowman, is playing a key role in the Princeton Tigers early sucess. Check out the following article on Princeton’s victory over Dartmouth to open up Ivy League play...click here
Former Mystx Player Name USA South Defensive Player of the Week
Meghan Gumbs, former member of the Mystx ’90 team, was recently named the USA South Atlantic Defensive Player of the Week after posting a pair of shoutouts to lead the Captains to a 2 win week. More details of the award can be seen by clicking here
Parker Walton, former FC Richmond Magic player, named MVP of D.C. College Cup
Walton, a senior at George Mason, led the Patriots to the D.C. College Cup Championship. In the process, he was named MVP of the tournament. Check out the entire article and a brief video interview with Walton by clicking here.
Erin Liberatore and The College of William and Mary off to a Great Start!
Erin Liberatore and her Tribe teammates are off to a 4-0-1 record and a current a national ranking of #14. Follow the College of William and Mary and the women’s soccer team by clicking here
Magic ’91, Dylan Bowman, Helping Princeton Tigers.
Former Magic ’91 player, Dylan Bowman, is seeing solid minutes in his freshman year at Princeton University. Princeton, a NCAA tournament team from 2009, is looking to continue their tradition of success. To follow Dylan and his Tiger teammates, click here
FC Richmond Mystx Player Helping CNU to Early Success.
Meghan Gumbs, former Mystx ’90 player, is currently the starting goalkeeper at Christopher Newport University. Check out the article on CNU’s win over Montclair St (Meghan recorded the win) by clicking here
Former FC Richmond Magic Player Receives Post-Season Awards
A former member of the FC Richmond Magic program, and current senior at Hampden-Sydney College, Brett Chonko was recently named to the NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region Team. Chonko, a defender on the Tigers’ squad, was a pivotal figure in HSC’s impressive season. Along with his All-South award, Chonko was named an Academic All-American, First Team Academic All-District, Second Team All-ODAC, and an East All-Region Scholar. Chonko, an English Major, will graduate from Hampden-Sydney this spring. He currently carries a 3.82 GPA. For more on Chonko, and the HSC program, click here.
Stannard Continues in Quest for NCAA Title!
Former FC Richmond Mystx player, Kristin Stannard, helped her Stanford Cardinal defeat Boston College over the weekend 3-1. With the win, Stanford advances to the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament and will play UCLA in the NCAA College Cup Semifinal. That game will be played Friday, December 4, and will be televised on ESPN2 at 5:30 PM EDT.
Stannard was also recently named to Honorable Mention All-Academic Pac-10 Team.
For selection to this team, a player must have a 3.0 GPA and be either a starter or significant contributor. For more information on the Stanford program, click here
Former Mystx Player in NCAA Tournament!
Former FC Richmond Mystx player, and current Stanford Cardinal, Kristin Stannard has helped to guide her team to another NCAA Tournament apperance. Check out Kristin’s thoughts on the Cardinal’s undefeated regular season and the 1st and 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament. Stannard’s Perspective
Ian Stowe and Nick Orozco having solid seasons for the College of William and Mary.
Former Magic players, Ian Stowe and Nick Orozco are having very good seasons, as the Tribe has started the season 6-3. For more informaiton on the players and the program, click here.
Erin Liberatore, former Mystx player, having a great season at The College of William and Mary.
Erin currently has five goals, which leads the team, through the first 12 games of the year. Click here for more information on Erin and The Tribe’s Women’s Soccer Team.
Kelli Renkin, former Mystx player, named to CAA 25th Anniversary Team.
As the CAA celebrates their 25th anniversary as a conference, they are selecting the top 25 players in each of their respective sports. Kelli Renkin, a product of UNC-W, was honored as a member of this prestigious group.
Former FC Richmond Mystx, Kristin Stannard, names to TopDrawerSoccer.com, Team of the Week for September 1-7.