What a season! 🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/kHKRBMTdSV
— John Harkes (@johnharkes6) November 12, 2020
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Friday, Nov. 13, 2020
Hoos With Trophies
Congratulations to @UVAMensSoccer alum John Harkes on being named the USL League One Coach of the Year after leading Greenville Triumph SC to its first title. Finishing six points clear at the top of the regular season standings, Greenville sat in first place throughout the campaign from its victory to open the regular season on July 18 to its finale on October 24. Read more here.
The rookie balled out all year long. He led the team in clearances (83), interceptions (34), tackles won (21) and possessions won (123) pic.twitter.com/qsuLsYlGIJ
— X-New England Revolution (@NERevolution) November 12, 2020
And in more soccer honors, Henry Kessler was named the Defender of the Year by the NE Revolution in his rookie campaign.
Olympians Made Here
— Team USA (@TeamUSA) November 12, 2020
In the lead-up to the Tokyo Olympics, the USOC is highlighting former collegiate student-athletes who have gone on to become Olympians. This week, they shared the story of former Cavalier Meghan O’Leary who is an Olympian in her third sport. Check out the story here.
Growing up Wahoo, Nick Jackson was steered by his family toward the academic benefits of #UVa. He took long looks at Northwestern and Duke, according to his dad, but UVa was the right fit. Now, Jackson is one of the most promising linebackers in the ACC https://t.co/3UVK1qLf4n pic.twitter.com/Gepj5VQpDs
— Norm Wood (@normwood) November 12, 2020
Sometimes the #FutureHoo prediction comes into being, as it did for @UVAFootball linebacker Nick Jackson. Norm Wood has the story (and got his hands on that AMAZING photo) in this article from the Daily Press.