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Published on December 28th, 2016 | by Staples Soccer


“Old Alums” Win Loeffler Indoor Tournament

The oldest alumni group — comprised of players in their junior and senior years of college — won the annual Albie Loeffler Indoor Tournament tonight in the Staples fieldhouse.

James Hickok — the All-Ivy keeper who recently captained Dartmouth College to the Ivy League title and an NCAA 2nd-round berth — was the consensus MVP. He scored several keys goals, including 2 rips in the finals that led his squad to victory over the other (younger) college group (plus the ageless Chris Meinke and Igor Pikayzen).

Members of the winning team included Hickok, Joe Greenwald, Dylan Hoy, Jeff Krieger, Greg Shikowitz and Alex Tonsberg. The runners-up included Meinke, Pikayzen, Nate Argosh, Patrick Beusse, Kenji Goto and Graham Gudis.

Two other high school teams competed.

The event is a fundraiser for the Loeffler Scholarship, an annual $3,000 award to a graduating senior. To contribute, send a check to: Dave Wilson, 28 Craw Avenue, Rowayton, CT 06853.

Loeffler Tournament participants.

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