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ESF Mighty Oaks Soccer

In addition to playing soccer, the Mighty Oaks stayed at the Adirondack Ecological Center (AEC) so they could get in some community service work, which included maintenance work at the AEC and splitting firewood at a nearby farm.

Past Seasons

The ESF Men's Soccer Program was established in 2004, a Women's program followed the next year , both teams being very competitive on the College Club level. In 2010 both the Men's and Women's Soccer programs received Varsity status as the College joined the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, the NAIA. The College athletic teams are currently a member of the United States Collegiate Athletic Association, the USCAA.

The ESF Men's Team had an excellent first year Varsity Season winning the Daemen College Labor Day Tournament and breaking in to the top 10 National Poll for the USCAA. The 2011 Season was also a success ending 7-2-2. The Team also won the prestigious Barkeater Cup to close the Season.

ESF's Women's team also had a fine 2010 opening Varsity Season breaking into the top 20 of the USCAA and winning against rivals Paul Smiths College. The Second Varsity Season 2011 ended 7-4, with impressive rankings breaking into the USCAA top Ten, also winning the Barkeater Cup.

men and women

With our Teams Varsity Status being brand new players have the special opportunity of being pioneers , helping to create a great Soccer program, creating records, holding the 1st of many 1st's,creating tradition. 2010 -2011 both Teams had a total of 23 Academic All Americans . Bridget Cuddihy was ESF first Athletic All American for Women's Soccer in 2011, she posted 15 goals and 4 assist. There are still many more first for Mighty Oaks Soccer...


The team trains at Syracuse University's soccer specific facility, and home games are played at Murphy Stadium @ O.C.C.

Visit the Men’s and Women's team pages to learn more.