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Men’s Soccer Continues Practice in Post Season

The Men’s soccer team concluded their season in the opening round of the American Midwest Conference Championship against the Columbia Cougars. The men went 6-12 on the season, and look to improve in 2016.

Gerardo Espinoza looking for a teammate to pass the ball to.

Photo by Vladymi Joseph

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Vladymi Joseph

Vladymi Joseph

Vladymi Joseph is a staff journalist for MBU Timeline. He is a senior majoring in Communications. Joseph is a member of the MBU men’s soccer team and has been a member of the team for two years. He was born in Miami, Fla., and raised in Harvey, La. After graduation, Joseph looks forward to pursuing his career in the communications field.

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