2017 Cal Poly Men's Soccer Headlines

  • International Summer Runs Come to Close for Former Mustangs
    July 20, 2017
    A month after former Cal Poly men's soccer defender Kip Colvey (2012-15) became the first Mustang to appear in a FIFA tournament during June's FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia, former Mustang midfielder Junior Burgos (2009-10) completed his summer run as a member of the El Salvador Men's National Team on Wednesday evening as his squad was eliminated from CONCACAF Gold Cup play by the United States, 2-0.
  • Cal Poly Men’s Soccer Adds Davie Carmichael as Volunteer Assistant
    June 21, 2017
    Third-year Cal Poly men's soccer head coach Steve Sampson rounded off his managerial staff for the 2017 season on Wednesday with the announcement that former Buffalo head coach Davie Carmichael has joined the Mustang program as a volunteer assistant.
  • Cal Poly Men’s Soccer Releases 18-Match 2017 Schedule
    June 19, 2017
    With one-third of its 18 regular season matches set against opponents that qualified for last year's NCAA Championship, the Cal Poly men's soccer program released its 2017 schedule on Monday afternoon.
  • Colvey Makes History; New Zealand Drops Confederations Cup Opener
    June 17, 2017
    Former Cal Poly men's soccer defender Kip Colvey became the first Mustang to appear in a FIFA tournament on Saturday after starting for his native New Zealand and playing the first 82 minutes of the FIFA Confederations Cup opening match versus host Russia. The All Whites, however, dropped a 2-0 decision inside Krestovsky Stadium.
  • Colvey Named to New Zealand Squad for FIFA Confederations Cup
    June 07, 2017
    Former Cal Poly men's soccer player Kip Colvey is set to become the first Mustang in program history to appear in a FIFA tournament as the San Jose Earthquakes defender was named to the 23-player New Zealand Men's National Team for the June 17-July 2 Confederations Cup in Russia.