Chris Albiston, Marcus Luster and Jeffrey Bombelles (William & Mary Tribe)
Facing one of the toughest schedules in the nation the Tribe have managed to knock of two #1 nationally ranked teams (UNC and Creighton) on their way to a 4-2-1 record. Chris, Marcus and Jeff have been instrumental in the team’s early success. Chris and Marcus have started every game and Jeff has contributed in all 7 games. Chris is second on the team in points with 2 goals and 4 assists and Jeff had the game winning golden goal in the 3-2 win against the #1 Creighton. Well done to all three and good luck with the rest of the season.
Lindsey Vanderspiegel (Virginia Commonwealth Women’s Soccer Head Coach)
Former Beach FC player and coach Lindsey Vanderspiegel: In pursuit of happiness
Eric Bird (University of Virginia Cavaliers)
Eric has been recovering from a torn ACL he suffered his freshman year and looks now like he is starting to reproduce some of the form that touted him as one of the top freshmen in the country. Now a junior, Eric is team tri-captain and leads the team with 3 goals and is second on the team with 17 shots. The Cavaliers are 3-3-1 on the season with wins against St. John’s, George Mason and Providence.
Emory Camper (William & Mary Tribe)
Emory Camper has recovered from two torn ACL in 2010-11 in High School to become a captain at the The College of William and Mary; in addition she is currently leading The College in scoring.
Brandon Eaton (Virginia Tech Hokies)
Freshman Brandon Eaton has started every game in the midfield for ACC team Virginia Tech on their way to a 3-2-2 start to the season. Brandon has 2 assists on the season with the highlight being the game winning assist against then #17 Syracuse.
Holley Beasley (Washington & Lee)
Holley Beasley nets game winner vs Roanoke to and leads the Generals in Scoring
Devon Fisher (Virginia Commonwealth University Rams)
Devon Fisher has started every game for VCU and has picked up several accolades in the early part of the season. Devon has been Atlantic 10 Player of the Week, earned a spot on College Soccer News National Team of the Week and was voted Virginia Lottery Student-Athlete of the week. The Rams are currently 3-3-1 and have been ranked nationally.