On August 7th, a gorgeous Friday, NEIT’s Student Activities Office held its first Summer Quarter soccer tournament. The Blue and Orange teams played two 25-minute halves, with the Blue team winning 5 to 4.
Ezekiel Shiell scored two early goals that gave the Blue team an early advantage. Ezekiel’s sharp play along with teammate Tayo Okeowo’s passing precision, worked to the team’s advantage. After being held scoreless in the first half, Kyle McNeil of the Orange team rallied his teammates with assisting and scoring to help tie the game. There were many off side calls handed down to both teams, but mid-quarter gave the Blue team the advantage as Sterling Davis scored an unassisted goal. All was not lost for the Orange team who held the ball for the majority of the second half; the team had two late goals by Regino Smith and Reginald Smith. Rico Weldon, one of the top players of the game, played a very good and consistent. He started as goalie in the first half with multiple saves, and in the second half, he scored the final two goals for the Blue team. The match was very intense, and both teams played well, but defensively the Blue team held up during the final two minutes to win the game.
Ezekiel Shiell 2 Goals
Tayo Okeowo 2 Ast
Sterling Davis 1 Goal
Rico Weldon 2 Goals
Bevin Bankston 2 Ast
Kyle McNeil 1 Goal, 1 Ast
Nick Lopez 1 Goal
Reginald Smith 1 Goal
Regino-Che Smith 1 Goal
It’s that time of year AGAIN! A chance for the students to show up the faculty on the golf course.
The golf is FREE to play and includes a cart.
Date: Friday, September 11, 2015
Tee Time: 12:00 p.m.
Meal Cost: Lunch is approximately $15.00 (menu items to be determined), following the tournament
Course: East Greenwich Golf Club, 1646 Division Road, East Greenwich, RI 02818
If you are interested in playing please email AUT Instructor, Bob Kennedy, Rkennedy@neit.edu.
The tournament format is a shotgun start, match play (2 students and 2 faculty members per foursome), with handicaps. The handicap system will be used for scoring; therefore, it doesn’t matter what your level of expertise is – just play golf and have FUN!
The tournament is open to ALL students at NEIT, not just those in the student golf club.
Tom DeNucci, an NEIT Digital Media Production (previously called Video Audio Production/Digital Recording Arts) graduate and Director/Writer/Actor with Rhode Island based Woodhaven Productions has invited fellow New England Tech students and graduates to attend Film Forum at The Greenwich Odeum. You could WIN a walk on role in the next Woodhaven production among other prizes.
Register now at theodeum.org. There is a student discount.