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Men's Soccer Club

The Mansfield University Men's Soccer Club is an organization that is committed to promoting personal growth and skill development among its members. In order to achieve these goals, the Soccer Club provides both a competitive and supportive environment that allows the members to gain opportunities and build relationships which enhance their college experience. The members build the habit of demonstrating excellence in the classroom and on the field in their training and competitions. The success as an organization comes directly from the quality of experiences and the depth of relationships formed throughout the course of the season.

Membership is open to all Mansfield University students who are at minimum, enrolled as a part-time student. Members should be available to participate in practices, meetings, community service projects, and other sponsored events. Members of the organization should be invested in the embodiment of the Mansfield University Creed: Character, Scholarship, Culture, and Service. Additionally, membership is open to students without regard to race, creed, sexual orientation, or national origin.

During the course of the regular academic year, the Men's Soccer Club currently meets on Wednesday evenings from 5:00pm-6:00pm in 118 South Hall, here on the campus of Mansfield University.

To find out more about the club and/or practice times, please contact any of the Men's Soccer Club officers on the right, or the Club Advisor:

Jason Roscoe
Club Advisor
128 South Hall

Here are some photos from the 9/6/14 home game vs. St. Bonaventure on Mansfield University's VanNorman Turf Field:


Club President:
Ben Ireland

Club Vice President:
Tyler Tyus


Club Treasurer:
Christian Fermin


Club Public Relations
Sheree Palmer


Club Secretary:
Matt McGee


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