It's a great time to be a Maryland men's soccer fan! This week's blog checks in on former Terps Rodney Wallace and Jeremy Hall, gives props to Taylor Kemp's sizzling strike and asks for a little voting love for Zac MacMath.
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The Maryland men's soccer blog wants to take a brief moment inbetween top-ten battles to recap the last week of action and look forward to what lies ahead for the Terps.
· If you were to describe Maryland's opening weekend in two words it'd be emotional rollercoaster. After dropping a heartbreaker to No. 24 Michigan State, 4-3, the Terps took out all the aggression they built up in a short 48-hour period with a five-goal hammering of Northeastern on Sunday. Maryland did not reach the eight-goal mark last season until the fourth game of the year when it erupted for seven goals against Duquesne.
Maryland men's soccer is proud to show its support for the Sporting Chance Foundation.
Headed up by former Terp and current New York Red Bulls defender Seth Stammler, the foundation was formed in 2007 after Stammler took a philanthropic trip to Haiti in November of 2006.
The Sporting Chance Foundation built a water well that provides portable water for more than 10,000 Haitians and established 49 academic scholarships for children ranging in age from 5-15 years-old in Port-au-Prince.
Prior to the terrible devastation in Haiti, Stammler and former Maryland standout Jeremy Hall paired up last month to present each student a tuition scholarship to an advanced school in the Haitian capital.
As many of you likely already know, the Maryland soccer family was directly affected by last week's earthquake as freshman midfielder Widner Saint Cyr hails from Haiti's capital city. We are ecstatic to report that his sister, brother and grandmother survived the disaster.
Please donate however you can. Here's the link : http://www.sportingchancefoundation.org/