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Milton Academy's Jeremy Verley Featured In New England Soccer Journal

Click here for the Winter 2019 New England Soccer Journal article "What’s the offseason like for an elite prep school player?" featuring Milton Academy's Jeremy Verley.

Middlesex Boys' Soccer Crowned New England Champions with 1-0 Victory over Rivers


It was an all-ISL Class B NEPSAC finals matchup on the turf at Worcester Academy, as #1 Middlesex took on the #6 seed Rivers.  Rivers had advanced by defeating Brooks in overtime and Kimball Union on penalties, while Middlesex advanced via wins over Groton, in regulation, and South Kent, on penalties.  The Rivers team achieved a blend of dynamic attack and tenacity, coupled with excellent goalkeeping from senior Michael Webber.  Patrick Dublin and Aidan Davock posed consistent threat to the Middlesex goal, and never more than in the first ten minutes when Dublin hit a 40-yard diagonal ball onto Davock's chest for a settled touch and volley that rattled the crossbar.  Senior goalkeeper Kenyon Pelletier was called upon to make four saves in the first half, and sophomore keeper Alfonso De Vito made one crucial point blank save in the waning seconds of the match.  Middlesex thought that they were off to a flying start in the 8th minute when Jacob Charles buried a chance in the box that was disallowed for being in an offside position. 
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ISL Boys Soccer Showcase on Friday, September 29, 2017

The first annual ISL Boys Soccer Showcase on Friday, September 29th.  It should be a wonderful afternoon of soccer and a chance to see a large number of high quality players all in one place. The Showcase will be comprised of 8 games played between all 16 ISL teams and the event will be held at the Mass Youth Soccer Fields at Progin Park in Lancaster, MA (Fields #2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10). Please click here for the field map.
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Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu, Roxbury Latin '13 Drafted to MLS

Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu, Roxbury Latin Class of 2013, a four-year starter and two-time captain at Harvard, was recently selected in the MLS soccer draft.


Milton Student-Athletes on Soccer’s World Stage

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Two members of Milton’s boys’ varsity soccer team represented their respective home countries in the Caribbean Finals of the CONCACAF U17 World Cup Qualifying held in September in Trinidad. Brandon Jones ’18 played center back on the U17 Bermuda national team, and Jeremy Verley ’19 played midfield for the U17 Jamaica national team. Coincidentally, the two teams faced off in the first round of the tournament and Jamaica won the game.
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Luca Levee of Milton Academy Named Gatorade Massachusetts Player of the Year

CHICAGO (February 11, 2016) — In its 31st year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports, today announced Luca Levee of Milton Academy as its 2015-16 Gatorade Massachusetts Boys Soccer Player of the Year. Levee is the first Gatorade Massachusetts Boys Soccer Player of the Year to be chosen from Milton Academy.
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St. Mark's Alum Copeland Repeats as All-American at St. Lawrence University

Harry Copeland  was recently named as an NSCAA All-American and only the fourth player at St. Lawrence to do so.


2015 Milton Academy Boys' Soccer, ISL Champs, Celebrate 15-0 Season

The boys’ varsity soccer team has had a perfect season. They are undefeated and earned the Independent School League Championship title. Their accomplishments are historic: They are the second team in ISL history to finish with a 15-0 record. Most important to Coach Chris Kane, however, is that this week the league bestowed on his team the ISL sportsmanship award. The New England championship playoffs are this week. The Mustangs are ranked number two in the nation for prep high schools. They beat Belmont Hill 4-0 in a quarterfinals round yesterday and move on to the semifinals this weekend.
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Milton Academy Boys’ Soccer Finishes 22-0, Wins 2015 NEPSAC Championship

The Milton Academy varsity boys’ soccer team capped a historic season with a thrilling 2-0 win over Northfield Mount-Hermon in the Class A New England finals. The spectacular championship contest pitted two teams of immense quality and admirable styles. Following a strong start that saw Milton gain the better of the initial possession, NMH slowly gained more and more of the ball through its tremendous work rate and excellent ball movement. Both teams probed the margins of the field looking for openings, but few were to be found as both backlines stood tall.
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St. Mark's Alum Copeland Named the Liberty League's Player of the Year

Click here to read about Harry Copeland's accolades this past season at St. Lawrence University.

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