Golden Shield welcomes men’s soccer recruits

Posted on Friday July 8, 2016
Pictured are: (L-R) Coach Giuseppe Politi, athletes Eric Sampson and Brandon Moxam, and assistant coach Matt Binks.

Two leading local soccer players, Brandon Moxam and Eric Sampson, have committed to play on Cambrian College’s men’s soccer team, bringing extensive experience and energy to the 2016-17 Golden Shield roster.

Moxam is a talented offensive player, and is deployed as a forward or wide midfielder. He has experience playing in the Ontario Soccer Association (OSA) regional program under coach Brian Ashton. The St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School graduate also competed in the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) soccer finals, and is now playing in the Greater Sudbury Soccer Club under coaches Nick Mancini and Giuseppe Politi. Moxam has also developed his skills at Toronto-based Winstars Soccer Academy under coach Bobby Graham.

Sampson is extremely effective on defense, whether he’s utilized as a defensive midfielder or defender. The Collège Notre-Dame graduate was captain of his high school squad, competing in the OFSAA soccer finals in May. Sampson has also played in the OSA regional program under Ashton. He’s currently playing on a local men’s team.

Last season, the Golden Shield men’s soccer team performed admirably, reaching the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) semi-finals. Moxam and Sampson will be valuable additions as the team aims to reach the provincial finals again in 2016-17.

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Contact:
Lynn Bulloch
Communications Officer
Cambrian College
lynn.bulloch@cambrianinternational.ca
705-566-8101, extension 6375

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Leading local soccer players sign with Cambrian’s women’s squad

Posted on Friday June 24, 2016
(L-R) Head Coach Giuseppe Politi, with soccer recruits Morgan Melnek and Kianna Houben, and Coach Matt Binks.

On Friday, June 24, soccer coaches, volunteers, and staff at Cambrian College officially welcomed two accomplished athletes to the Golden Shield women’s team. Morgan Melnek and Kianna Houben are both graduates of Bishop Alexander Carter …

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