January 11, 2013


More news about: New Jersey City men's team

JERSEY CITY, NJ (NJCUGothicKnights.com) | Former New Jersey City University men's soccer midfielder Thomas Krychkowski (North Arlington, NJ/North Arlington), a four-year letter-winner for the Gothic Knights from 2008-11, has been selected as the 2011-12 recipient  of the Robert L. McNulty Memorial Soccer Award winner.
Krychkowski is the 16th winner of the award which was first presented in 1996 and is the first men's soccer player to garner the accolade since the 2008-09 season. His younger brother, TYLER KRYCHKOWSKI, was a freshman starting defender/midfielder on the 2012 men's squad.

The award, which was officially presented to Krychkowski this fall, is named in honor of former Jersey City State College men's soccer Hall-of-Fame coach, Robert L. McNulty, for whom the NJCU soccer field is named. McNulty was head coach of the Gothics from 1966-1977, and tallied 68 victories over the course of his career. Currently the second winningest head coach in program history, McNulty led the team to a 9-1-1 record in 1966, a 9-4-1 (4-1 NJSCAC) and conference title in 1968, and a 12-4-2 record and an ECAC appearance in 1975.

The award, the top all-around honor given to a Gothic Knight soccer player, is presented annually to the player, male or female, who best exemplifies the attributes for which McNulty was known: dedication to the sport of soccer, competitive spirit on the playing field, knowledge of the fundamentals of soccer and demonstration of leadership in the advancement and expansion of soccer.


READ MORE: http://njcugothicknights.com/news/2013/1/11/01-11-13_MSOCCER_2011-12_Robert_L._McNulty_Memorial_Soccer_Award_Tom_Krychkowski.aspx

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