• UDC and UPJ Play to 1-1 Overtime Tie
    October 26, 2006
    Johnstown, PA: October 26, 2006-- The University of the District of Columbia Firebirds and the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown Mountain Cats played to a 1-1 overtime tie tonight. The Firebirds scored first in the match when senior Omar Ibrahim(Niamey, Nigeria) took a pass from freshman Kendall Penny (Gasparillo, Trinidad) and sent the ball into the net at the 11 minute mark. Chris Hawkins scored UPJ's goal on a penalty kick in the 68th minute.
  • Men's Soccer Defeats Columbia Union 2-1
    September 20, 2006
    TAKOMA PARK, MD: September 20, 2006—The change in venue for the University of the District of Columbia Firebirds ( 2-7) did not stop them getting their second win of the 2006 season, defeating Columbia Union College Pioneers today, 2-1, in Takoma Park, Maryland. Although the match was officially listed as a home match for the Firebirds, on-going renovations to the UDC Soccer Field prevented them from playing there, and Columbia Union consented to playing at their home field in Maryland.
  • UDC Falls to NYIT, 3-1, In Men’s Soccer Match
    September 18, 2006
    OLD WESTBURY, NY: September 18, 2006—The University of the District of Columbia Firebirds Men’s Soccer Team fell to the New York Institute of Technology Bears, 3-1, this afternoon in Old Westbury, New York. The Firebirds were hoping to return home from their weekend long road trip with their second win of the season today, but fell short of that goal.
  • UDC Men's Soccer Win First Match of Season
    September 17, 2006
    Sparkill, New York: September 16, 2006-- The UDC men's Soccer Team overcame their scoring problems to win their first match of the season , defeating St. Thomas Aquinas College 1-0, this afternoon in Sparkill, New York.
    September 12, 2006
    Philadelphia, PA: September 12, 2006 – The trip to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania did not help the UDC Men’s Soccer Team as they extended their loss record to 6 in a row when Holy Family University defeated them, 2-0, in a match this afternoon. The Firebirds continue to suffer offensively, taking fewer shot attempts than their opponents and failing to score goals.
    August 30, 2006
    Largo, MD: August 30, 2006— The Shippensburg University Raiders shutout the Firebirds of the University of the District of Columbia, 1-0, in men’s soccer action this evening in a match played in Largo, Maryland. After two periods of regulation time, neither of the teams could muster a goal, but in the second minute of double overtime, Shippensburg’s Brad Jandil took a pass from Kevin Freeman and kicked the ball over the goal line, into the net, to win the match and take home their second win of the season.
  • UDC Loses Soccer Match to West Chester, 1-3
    August 28, 2006
    West Chester, PA: August 27, 2006-- The University of the District of Columbia Firebirds fell to the West Chester University Golden Rams by the score of 1-3, today, during the West Chester Invitiational in West Chester, Pennsylvania. It was the third straight loss for the Firebirds, who continue to struggle as they blend as a new team.
  • Mercy College Hands UDC 2nd Straight Defeat
    August 27, 2006
    West Chester, PA: August 26, 2006— The Mercy College Flyers handed the University of the District of Columbia Firebirds their second straight defeat of the 2006 season, by the score of 1-2, this afternoon during the West Chester Invitational in Pennsylvania. With the season being very young, and the Firebirds having a mostly new team that is just beginning to gel, the one point loss does offer hope for the future.
  • UDC Men's Soccer Team Drops Season Opener 0-4 to E.Stroudsburg
    August 24, 2006
    E. Stroudsburg, PA: August 25, 2006—The University of the District of Columbia Men’s Soccer Team lost its season opener to the East Stroudsburg University Warriors 0-4 this afternoon in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Playing under new Head Coach Jim Bell, the Firebirds struggled through the 90-minute match, unable to get the ball past the tough Warrior defense and across the goal line.