Springfield College's men's program dates back 107 years to 1906. Three of the early coaches -- George Affleck
and Irv Schmid
-- ran the program for 67 years, and it made the NCAA Tournament semifinals in 1962. But from 1991 through 2009, Springfield had
only five winning seasons. Under second-year coach Steffen Siebert, the Pride is making a comeback, though. It boasts a 12-4-0 record and has a shot at making the NCAA Division III Tournament. Ryan
Malone, a defender, leads the team with 10 goals and is one of many local players Siebert has recruited.
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