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In its first-ever NCAA tournament appearance, No. 8 Daemen fell to top-seeded College of St. Rose, 4-0, in the Division II East Regionals in college soccer on Friday night at the Plumeri Sports Complex in Albany. The Golden Knights got goals from four different players and outshot the Wildcats, 10-5, in the contest. Daemen finishes the season at 11-4-3. St. Rose move…

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Fifty-five goals. That's the new target for future Daemen College women's soccer players after Jamie Boyar smashed in a rebound against St. Thomas Aquinas in the final game of her Wildcats career. The goal – also the eventual game-winner – toppled a career record that had stood for 13 years. The Williamsville South alum was a persistent thorn in the side of East Coast C…

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Playing college soccer for four years isn't for the faint of heart. It's a grind, more than anything else, with plenty of social sacrifices, juggling of academics, never-ending bus rides and the challenges of how to coexist and thrive in a small community that spends an inordinate amount of time together. With these in mind, all of the graduating seniors from college so…

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Enduring grueling two-game weekends, spending hours with the trainer and gutting through two-footed tackles all seems worthwhile if your college program reaches the postseason. As is true in any sport, anything can happen in the playoffs. Across the landscape of local college soccer, several programs have advanced to their respective conference tournaments, which begin,…