Blue Knight Men's Soccer
Welcome to the Urbana University Men's Soccer Webpage,
The Urbana University men’s soccer team finished 2013 with an overall record of 7-7-4, including a conference mark of 6-3-3 (MEC). On the back of our 2012 G-MAC Conference Championship, the team finished a credible 3rd in the new and challenging Mountain East Conference. Despite fielding a young team in 2013, our players showed great promise for the future, as we landed 4 players on the NSCAA All-Region team and a number of MEC Conference awards including Goalkeeper of the Year (freshman) Nathan Jones, and freshman of the year, Ben Fitzpatrick. Back in 2012, we finished with a 10-7-1 record and captured the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Championship, the first conference title in school history.
We have a beautiful school with a wide array of academic programs. Urbana University is nestled in the Ohio countryside, but it is within a 45-minute drive of Dayton and Columbus, Ohio. We have a small school environment with an average teaching ratio of 16 students to 1 professor. Our facilities are excellent with an all-weather stadium and grass practice fields. We have locker rooms, a swimming pool and a gymnasium on campus, all within walking distance of all our residence halls.
We seek players who are serious about playing and competing at this level. The same applies to our diligence in the classroom. We seek diligent student-athletes who are committed to helping us maintain our high level of success in the classroom.
Head Men's Soccer Coach, Urbana University
579 College Way
Urbana, OH 43078
Office Phone: (937) 772-9325
BLUE KNIGHTS HAVE 91 WITH 3.25 GPA OR BETTER
URBANA, Ohio – A total of 91 student-athletes earned recognition to the Athletic Director’s Spring Honor Roll during the 2014-15 academic year. The student-athletes named to the AD’s Honor Roll maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher.
“We are pleased to announce the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll highlighting our student-athletes who achieved this great milestone in the spring semester,” Urbana Director of Athletics Larry Cox said. “It reinforces our commitment to excellence in competition, in the classroom, and in the community. These student-athletes, along with Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Jim Judge and the coaching staffs, deserve a ton of credit for this achievement.” Read More
Men's Soccer Team Donates Equipment to League in KenyaFeb. 9th, 2015
The Urbana University men's soccer team recently donated a shipment of equipment to the Likoni Community Football League in Likoni, Kenya. Blue Knight Head Coach Nick Roberts coached one of the the league's founders in Columbus, Ohio many years ago.
The LCFL operates largely thanks to generous donations like the Blue Knight men's soccer team's. The LCFL is always collecting jerseys, bibs, cones, balls and more. If you have soccer equipment that you would like to donate, please write to email@example.com. To learn more about the LCFL, visit www.lcfl.org. Read More
Fitzpatrick, Burt Earn All-Region NodsDec. 12th, 2014
Two Urbana University men's soccer players landed on the 2014 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II All-Atlantic Region Team. Sophomore midfielder Ben Fitzpatrick (Hilliard, Ohio) earned Second Team honors for the second straight season.
Junior defender Aaron Burt (Mundford, England) picked up his first career All-Region honor after making the Third Team. Burt is a 3-time All-Conference selection. He has started all 53 games in the back row during his career at UU. He notched his second career goal this fall. Burt won Conference Freshman of the Year honors in 2012. Fitzpatrick followed Burt and won Conference Freshman of the Year in 2013. Read More
Fitzpatrick Named 2nd Team All-RegionNov. 24th, 2014
Charleston junior back Conor Branson, who helped the Golden Eagles to the Atlantic Region championship and a spot in the NCAA Division II Final Four, was named the region’s Player of the Year on the 2014 Daktronics All-Atlantic Region men’s soccer team released Monday.
Urbana’s Ben Fitzpatrick was named to the Region's Second Team in the midfield. Two weeks ago, Fitzpatrick also earned First Team All-MEC honors after his sophomore campaign. Fitzpatrick was the 2013 MEC Freshman of the Year as well as a 2nd Team All-MEC and 2nd Team All-Region (NSCAA) selection. Playing through a broken hand and a broken nose this season, Fitzpatrick finished with 4 goals, including 2 game-winners, while leading the squad in shots. His 2 goals against #17 Notre Dame College were the only 2 goals of the game in UU's biggest win of the season. He was named MEC Offensive Player of the Week for his effort in the win. Read More
Fitzpatrick Headlines 5 UU All-MEC SelectionsNov. 5th, 2014
The University of Charleston, the 2014 Mountain East Conference regular season champions and the No. 1 team in the country, claimed top individual honors and placed seven on the All-MEC first team, the league announced on Wednesday. Augusto Maciel is the league's Offensive Player of the Year, Conor Branson is the Defensive Player of the Year, Will Roberts is the Freshman of the Year and Chris Grassie is the Coach of the Year.
Urbana's lone First Team representative was sophomore midfielder Ben Fitzpatrick (pictured top left). Fitzpatrick was the 2013 MEC Freshman of the Year as well as a Second Team All-Conference and Second Team All-Region selection. Playing through a couple of separate injuries and broken bones this season, Fitzpatrick finished with 4 goals while leading the squad in shots. The Blue Knights landed 1 player on Second Team (Aaron Burt), 2 on Honorable Mention (Ashton Winkler and Callum Kerswell-Reid) and 1 on the All-Freshman squad (Ebeneezer Agyeman). Read More