Weston Soccer Club, a soccer club based in New Bedford, MA, has been playing soccer for more than 100 years.
And in its first season of play, the team was named one of the “Best of the Best” in the 2017 New England Soccer Association (NESA) awards.
The club won the award for best in the country for its youth program.
It’s the fourth-highest honor for youth soccer in New England.
But in 2017, Weston was ranked number one in the NESA standings.
So, how do they stack up against some of the best teams in the league?
We’ve rounded up some of our favorite soccer stats to help you see how the club stacks up against the rest.
Top Five Wins, Worst Fights, and Worst Shots in Weston’s Youth Soccer League Weston won its first championship in 2016, when the team advanced to the Division III playoffs.
That year, Westfield Weston College was awarded its first NCAA championship, and the team’s first state title.
In 2017, the club also reached the Division I playoffs.
Weston has had its share of ups and downs in recent years.
In the past year, the Westfield school was hit with two NCAA investigations into academic misconduct allegations.
One investigation found the school had a “systematic and pervasive” culture of sexual abuse, and was found to have “failed to adequately address the needs of students and faculty.”
The second investigation found Westfield had a policy of using Title IX protections for student-athletes and students of color, and that “a culture of institutionalized sexism and racism” existed in the program.
In 2018, the university received a letter from the U.S. Department of Education that said Westfield “has been failing to meet its academic commitments to its students, faculty, and staff, as well as its own students, for over two decades.”
Weston was also fined $7,500 in 2017 by the U