soccer-men-d1 flag | July 24, 2014

Year in review: Men's Soccer

Notre Dame, Southern New Hampshire and Messiah each captured national championships in 2013. For Notre Dame, it was its first men's soccer title. Southern New Hampshire extended an unbeaten streak to 23 games and Messiah won its 10th title -- in double overtime. Take a look back at all three with videos, features and photos as continues its look back at the 2013-14 season.

Irish win 2013 national championship
Notre Dame captures first title

Led by goals from Andrew O'Malley and Leon Brown, and another big game from College Cup co-Most Outstanding Player Harrison Shipp, Notre Dame won its first men's soccer title with a 2-1 victory against Maryland... Read More

Interactive Bracket Photos  Highlights  Feature: Irish make most of first chance

Southern New Hampshire captures second championship

The Penmen used a pair of second-half goals to hold off Carson-Newman 2-1 to win their second national championship... Read More

Interactive Bracket  Photos  Highlights  Feature: SNHU's inspiration

Messiah goes double overtime to win 10th title

Messiah's fourth NCAA crown in five years  - and second consecutive - was secured as junior midfielder Jeremy Payne, the 2012 NSCAA Player of the Year, fired in a goal during the 104th minute of play... Read More

Interactive Bracket  Photos  Highlights  Feature: McCarty leads Falcons to 10th title

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