I just want to let the folks a Phoenix College know that your men’s soccer uniforms don’t have any numbers on the front and therefore it makes identifying your players very difficult. So, unless you want to see only pictures of the backs of your men’s soccer players, you might want to change your uniform design for next year.
If any other teams read this, I think it is really cool when the uniforms have the numbers on both the jersey and the shorts, it can be really helpful in identifying players in photos. Identifying the players in photos can be a real challenge in all sports so, please help your players out by making it easy to identify them when they appear in photos for the paper, or just generally getting credited for the plays they make. Sorry for the rant, on with the show.
Andrew DeVincenzo (7) of the Paradise Valley Community College Pumas controls the play in Wednesdays match against the Phoenix College Bears.
More after the jump . . .
What a fantastic expression on the face of PVCC Puma player, Allen Cooley (13) as he controls the play.
Mr. Cooley continues to show his intensity during the match between the PVCC Pumas and Phoenix College Bears.
Lots of double-coverage by the Phoenix College Bears helped control the tempo of the match. Jeffery “Jay” Heller of the Paradise Valley Pumas fights control of the ball away from two Phoenix College Bears defenders.
All the players had to deal with the heat of the afternoon match between the Phoenix College Bears and the Paradise Valley Community College Pumas.
Kendall Prince, the goalkeeper for the Paradise Valley Pumas scoops up the ball during match play.
Kendall Prince puts the ball back into play for the Paradise Valley Community College Pumas.
I’m not really sure what Ezequiel “KC” Gasson is doing in this photo, but he looks impressive all sideways in mid-air in front of the Phoenix College Bear’s goal.
I can always count on Stevan “Tiny” Duric of the PVCC Pumas to provide lots of great opportunities for “fighting for control of the ball” action shots.