Ben Brewster Soccer News
Monday, February 26, 2007
Kyle Brewster will join the Classics u11 team coached by Alan Gagnon of the famous Gagnons whose five siblings all played college and top club soccer. Kyle follows in the footsteps of his brother who had a great year with the Classics under Coach Ken Fothergill. The Classics remain one of the top soccer clubs in the region.
Friday, February 23, 2007
Tony Martone, coach of Merrimack College, will bring his team back for his third straight year of running his college pre-season in conjunction with the Wildcat Soccer School. Merrimack had another good year losing in the semis of the league tournament and just missing the NCAA's.
Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Several Wildcat Soccer School staff coaches led their teams to the high school and college playoffs last fall. Ben Brewster (West), Mark Boucher (Merrimack Valley), Stuart Pepper (Hollis), Manny Brito (New Hampton), John Amaral (Elms College) and Bob Surrette (St Francis) all had playoff seasons.
Monday, February 19, 2007
Ben's son, Ben Brewster has joined the Inter-Bandits soccer team which
will compete with the Greater Boston Bolts and other top teams for the
Massachusetts Championships in May and June. He will join Brett McLarney,
Brendan Toohey and Dan Silverman (all past Wildcat participants) on the team
which is coached by Tony Martone of Merrimack College. Ben and his Dad
may return to Brown University to coach and play at the Brown Soccer Camp
during July with Brown Coach Mike Noonan.
Saturday, February 17, 2007
Ben Brewster is running an open soccer "gym" at Rising Stars every
Wednesday afternoon from 3-5pm for high school and middle school players.
The alternate date for overflow participants is Thursday from 3-5pm. Call
Ben for details. A fee of $10 helps defray the Rising Stars costs for the
field. All sessions are in the new fieldhouse. Call 744-5067 for details.
Thursday, February 15, 2007
Ben Brewster will return to Brown University in May to celebrate the
induction of the 1967 Brown Soccer team into the Brown Hall of Fame.
Already an individual member of that Hall, Ben was the leading scorer on
the #4 rated team in the country which had an undefeated season.