On Thursday, the Crusader soccer team defeated the John Ehret Patriots by a score of 2-0. Blake Robbins ’18 led the Crusaders and scored both goals. Ehret came close to tying the match at 1-1 late in the first half, but the ball sailed high of the crossbar. Robbins put the match away early in the second half after he scored his second goal. The Crusader soccer team will be back in action against the Fighting Irish from Grace King on Saturday Read more »
Blake Robbins ’18 (#12) and Brandon Robbins ’18 (#13), members of the Crusader soccer team, were recently featured in The New Orleans Advocate. The New Orleans Advocate reports on these young men excelling on the soccer field and in the classroom…. Click here to read full article from The New Orleans Advocate Read more »
This past weekend, the Crusaders traveled to the Northshore to compete in the St. Paul’s Invitational. The first match pitted the Crusaders against nationally ranked Ocean Springs, MS. Colin Ward, Carlos Fernandez, Michael DeFatta, Blake Robbins, and Guillermo Reyes all scored goals as the Crusaders cruised to a 5-1 victory. The next match featured a familiar opponent in the Jesuit Blue Jays. The Crusaders emerged with a 1-0 victory after an own Read more »
The varsity soccer team is on the roll for the 2016-2017 school year. The Crusaders had a big win against Northshore High School with Blake Robbins leading the pack. Last Saturday, a win against the Chalmette Owls was by a score of 6 – 0. Scoring for the Crusaders consisted of Blake Robbins with three goals, and Ebrahem Abuelhawa, Colin Ward, and Michael Barkemeyer with one goal each. On Tuesday, December 6, the varsity team also defeated Read more »
Congratulations to Miles Francis ’16 for being named to the 2016 Nola.com & Times Picayune All-Metro Soccer and the 2015-2016 LHSSCA DI Boys All-State (First) teams. Francis has been named to the Nola.com & Times Picayune’s team for a second consecutive year. This year, Francis scored 29 goals with five assists for the Crusader soccer team. Recently, Francis was named to the 2016 Boys’ East All-Star soccer team. Next year, Francis will Read more »
1992-1993 – District
1997-1998 – District
1999-2000 – State
2000-2001 – State
2001-2002 – State Runner-up
2011-2012 – Co-District
2012-2013 – Co- District, State Semifinalist
2013-2014 – Undefeated District, State Quarterfinalist
2014-2015 – State Quarterfinalist
Soccer is a winter sport. The season begins in November and playoffs are concluded in February. Tryouts are usually in the first week of November, but for many returning team members, practice never ends. Many players get together informally during the summer months to train and prepare for the season.
The Soccer program is built on a strong foundation of excellence. State Championship victories in 2000 and 2001 have brought the program to the pinnacle of the sport. Numerous playoff appearances have kept Brother Martin Soccer in the spotlight. Many All-District and All-State Athletes have grown with the program and have gone on to play on the next level.
There are four divisions: junior high (8th), 9th grade, junior varsity (10th- 11th), and varsity (9th – 12th). Games and tournaments are held throughout the week.
Crusaders going up against Grace King.
Mr. Stephen McAnespie (C) – Varsity Head Coach
Mr. Josey Portillo (NF) – Junior Varsity Coach
Mr. Eric Rodriguez ’07 – 9th Grade Coach
Mr. Carlos Martinez (NF)- 8th Grade Coach
Mrs. Judy Rodriguez
Ms. Kelly Wild
(C) – CECP Coach
(NF) – Non-Faculty