Release: August 16, 2007
from 2007 Binghamton men's soccer preseason media day
Head Coach Paul Marco
On the team improving as the season continues:
"I think the term for our guys is better. It's a word that is plastered everywhere they look right now. Tomorrow it will be on their shirts. We need to keep getting better so every day when we come out to this field we are going to get better."
On the possibility of complacency
due to the past success of the team:
"The field is great. It's still a work in progress as our team is right now but I think both will be ready for when we play Cornell at home on September 29th at 7 p.m. with the lights on and the stands packed. We're expecting great things here. This hopefully will have the same home field advantage that our old home had."
Senior back Adam Chavez
On his outlook for the team this season:
"I like what (Coach Marco) has done by bringing in some great recruits along with the returnees we already have. We have this great new stadium so there's nothing really to complain about. I think we're looking for that championship once again and go further in the NCAA's."
On the strengths of the team:
"The camaraderie of this team is real good. We're always together as a team, we're always on the same page, and we're always prepared for our opponents."
On the new Bearcat Sports Complex:
"It's great to have a permanent home. It's going to be good for the fans and good for the community to come out and see us play. The set-up its great, it's first class and it's more than we could ask for."
Junior back and team captain Barry Neville:
On the new players joining the team:
"The goals are always very high here. It kind of sets the standard for the new boys coming in. They know that they are coming in to a team that won their conference last year and we have to do that again."
Sophomore Goalkeeper Jason Stenta
On how he spent his off-season:
Senior midfielder Matt Narode:
On being back together with
On his postseason expectations:
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