It’s that time of year again! Time for hard work, sweat, and dedication, and Coach Milo Cejociv is looking to take this year’s boys varsity soccer to a whole new level. Starting this year, he will be the new head coach for the boys, and he has big plans for the team!Read more
“We’ve had a very
The NWN had a chance to speak with senior Greg Solawa, who has recently committed to play Division I soccer at Ohio State University.Read more
NWN: Tell me about your experience while playing soccer for Niles West?
Solawa: I had a lot of fun playing West. The reason as to why I had so much fun is because I
You might know Kevin Sanchez as an average Sophomore, but there is more than what meets the eye. What many students are not aware of are his amazing soccer accomplishments at such a young age.Read more
“Growing up I played defense, I had the same coach as my uncle and I’ve been playing ever since i was
The Lady Wolves varsity soccer team grinded out a victory against the Maine South Hawks soccer team at home last night, leaving the field with a final score of 2-1.Read more
The team also beat the Niles West girls soccer record for the amount of wins in a season. Last night they made history with 13 total
As the lady Wolves soccer squad geared up for the Niles West Soccer Tournament, Nichole Lopatin came ready to deliver.Read more
The sophomore midfielder put the ball in the net a whopping five times against the Willowbrook Warriors and in doing so claimed the record for a single-game individual scoring output. The Wolves won five to three.
Following a disappointing 3-13-3 season marked by the loss of key midfielder Robert Ljubic to a torn MCL, the Wolves have high expectations for the coming year. As the team gets ready to play their second game of the year, the NWN talked with head coach Scott Ackman to get the scoop.Read more
NWN: What can you take away from
“My freshman year, I wanted to make varsity so bad,” senior Robert Ljubic said. “I actually made it somehow, and I was so surprised.”Read more
Three years later, he’s leading the boys varsity soccer team as one of their captains side by side with his brother, junior Mario Ljubic, and good friend, senior Hubert Szelag.
The younger Ljubic admits that working with his