The class of 2018 was honored at the event and the team’s award winners were recognized.
The Friars welcome the Red Storm for Senior Night on Wednesday, Nov. 1.
The Friars travel to play URI and welcome Bryant to Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium for the 2017 home opener.
The Friars will play North Carolina and Wake Forest in the season-opening road trip.
The Friars will play eight home games at Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium in 2017.
Honors & Awards
• John Murphy Team Award (2017)
• All-BIG EAST Preseason Team (2016)
• BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (11/3/14)
• All-BIG EAST Second Team (2014)
• Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (11/25/14)
• NSCAA Div. I Northeast Regional Third Team (2014)
• Ocean State Soccer Classic All-Tournament team (2013)
2017: Played in 10 games for the Friars, including eight starts… Logged 523 minutes in the midfield... Honored with the John Murphy Team Award
2016: Missed the season with an injury … Named to the Preseason All-BIG EAST First Team.
2015: Started all 18 games for the Friars… Registered three goals and two assists for eight points… Two of his three goals were game-winning goals, including the Friars’ 2-1 win at Northeastern (Sept. 19) and the 4-3 win at Marquette (Oct. 28).
2014: Started all 22 games that he played for the Friars … Tallied 12 points with five goals and two assists on the season … Six of his 12 points came in NCAA Tournament play … Had a multi-point game (two goals for four points) in the 3-0 shutout of Dartmouth on Nov. 23 … Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (11/3) … Named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team (11/11) … Named to the Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (11/25) … Named to the NSCAA Great Lakes All-Region Third Team (12/10).
2013: Started all 22 games ... Tallied nine points with three goals and three assists ... Named to the Ocean State Soccer Classic All-Tournament team (9/9) ... Scored his first collegiate goal in a 3-1 win over Seton Hall (9/28) ... Also had a goal in a 2-1 win over Villanova (10/23) and in the BIG EAST Quarterfinal win over Creighton (11/12) ... The Friars were 6-0-0 when Machado scored a goal or notched an assist.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Spent the 2012-2013 season playing for the New England Revolution U-18 Development Academy Team ... Made 28 appearances and 23 starts for the New England Revolution Academy Team ... Scored 11 goals and had two assists ... Three goals proved to be match winners ... As captain, he helped lead his Revolution Academy team to the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Finals Week ... Made five appearances in the MLS Reserve Division in 2012 and five appearances, including two starts, in 2011 ... Scored a goal against Toronto FC and recorded an assist against the Philadelphia Union ... Played three seasons of varsity soccer for Attleboro High School ... Named Sun Chronicle All-Star (2009-2011) and Hockomock League All-Star (2010-2011) ... Prior to joining the New England Revolution Academy in 2009, Machado played four seasons with Explosion FC and two seasons with Lusitana Sports FC.
PERSONAL: Son of Carlos and Elsa Machado ... Has one older sister, Morganna ... Favorite athletes are Clint Dempsey and Cristiano Ronaldo ... Favorite team is SL Benfica ... Master's of Education in Higher Ed Counseling
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