Intercollegiate Men’s Soccer

The Chargers completed the program's sixth season with a disappointing 1-13 record. Overall, the team consistently struggle to keep matches close during the first half which lead to the team suffering some lopsided losses. However, the program will return a group of skilled offensive playmakers as the 2012 freshman class scored the majority of the team’s goals. The 2012 roster was made up of talented players from high schools across Massachusetts including Chelsea, Brockton, Milton, Jeremiah Burke, East Boston, Randolph, and Dracut as well as out-of-state players from both New Jersey and New York. The Chargers look forward to an improved 2013 season as the program returns an experienced nucleus that consists of the top four scoring leaders and seven starters. Under a new coaching staff, the Department of Athletics has confidence the program will return as a force to be reckoned with and compete for playoff berth this fall.

The Chargers enjoyed their two most successful seasons in 2008 and 2009. In 2008, Charlie Cremens led the team to an 8 – 9 record, which was only two wins away from earning a bid to the NJCAA Region XXI division playoffs. During 2009 the Chargers earned its first trip to the NJCAA Region XXI playoffs under Cremens. This season the team accomplished several team highs including league victories, a second place finish in the division and a NJCAA Division III national ranking throughout most of the season

Throughout the program’s history from 2007 to 2013, fifteen Chargers have received All-New England honors:

1st Team- Joao Martins (2008 & 2009), Placido Teixeira (2008), Adilson Nunes (2009), Zviad Gorgadze (2010), Carlos Amado (2012) and Sandro DePina (2011).

2nd Team- Manny Amingwa (2008 & 2009), Luis Veiga (2009), Carlos Andrade (2009), Alvaro DelaPuente (2010) and Felipe DaCosta (2011)

Honorable Mention- Carlos Hernandez (2008), Luis Veiga (2008), Nick Andrade (2009) and Balar Dias (2012)

If you are interested in learning more about the men's soccer program contact Charlie Cremens at (617) 588-1299 or

Go Chargers!


Directions to Dilboy Stadium

From 93 North or South
Take exit #31 Mystic Valley Parkway. Follow Route 16 West all the way until you reach Dilboy Field. You will pass through three intersections and then follow a small rotary. The field will then be on your right.

From Route 2
Follow Route 2 East to the Alewife exit. Take the left at the end of the ramp onto Route 16 East. Follow Route 16 East past two sets of lights and through a rotary. Stay on Route 16 through the rotary, Dilboy Field will be on your left.