Men's Soccer News
It's official! The Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC) was unanimously voted to be included in the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) National Championships for the 2021-22 seasons and moving forward in the sports of women's and men's soccer, as well as women's and men's volleyball. The vote occurred at the national governing body's annual general meeting this past week.
Tuesday, April 6, 2021 @ 1:21 PM Men's Soccer
The CMU Men's Soccer program has looked north to secure the team's goalkeeping needs for the 2021 MCAC season, signing Hapnot Collegiate's Brayden Abbott.
Pursuing soccer in the north takes a serious commitment, so to add to the impact that his regional coaches have had on his development, the Flin Flonner spent the summer of 2020 in Winnipeg under the focussed attention of the E&E Sports Management team.
Monday, March 29, 2021 @ 10:30 AM Men's Soccer
CMU Men's Soccer continues to build towards the 2021 MCAC season, this week announcing the signing of Israel Olukoju, formerly of Fort Richmond Collegiate. Olukoju joins two high school teammates already with the Blazers, in Yeri Concepcion and Will Anderson. The trio contributed to a very competitive Winnipeg High School Indoor Soccer League program at Fort Richmond Collegiate that included a top-3 finish at the University of Winnipeg tournament in Olukoju's senior year.
Saturday, March 27, 2021 @ 12:23 PM Men's Soccer
Few players that have graduated through the men's soccer program have shown more commitment to personal improvement than Waldy Preis. Coming to CMU after he helped his Garden Valley Collegiate team elevate to a Rural Provincial Championship, the converted fullback has been a presence with the Blazers for five years and tasted MCAC glory as part of the 2018 conference winners.
Friday, March 19, 2021 @ 10:44 AM Men's Soccer
The CMU Blazers are pleased to announce the commitment of Morden Collegiate's, Matthew Pahl to the men's soccer program for the 2021 MCAC season.
Pahl has been a central figure in the success of his high school team throughout his career, beginning with a second-place finish in zone championships and a bronze medal performance in provincials as a Grade 10 player.