Wake Forest Men's Soccer Newsstand

Sept. 28, 2010

Postcard from Europe: White Loving Life in Poland

If you somehow happened to run into new Belchatow attacker Jeremiah White on any given day, he'd probably be all smiles with his family in the park. Pretty soon, he hopes, you can also commonly find him in the Polish title contenders' starting lineup.

Lahoud's Pregame Ritual

A lot of players talk about distracting themselves, and trying not to think about the upcoming match pregame. Chivas USA midfielder Michael Lahoud distracts himself by watching more soccer. A couple of hours before a big match, Lahoud can often be found watching the English Premier League, Italian Serie A and other leagues, focusing on stars of the midfield for inspiration.

Lahoud's Inner Nerd

In case you were wondering, Maxwell's Equations are a set of four partial differential equations that describe how electromagnetic fields relate to their sources, charge density, and current density. Individually, the equations are known as Gauss's Law, Gauss's Law for Magnetism, Faraday's Law of Induction, and Ampère's Law with Maxwell's Correction.

Sound complicated? That's because they are. But not to worry. Chivas USA's second-year midfielder Michael Lahoud could explain them to you.

Lahoud Throws Out First Pitch at LA Dodgers Game

Chivas USA midfielder Michael Lahoud, the August recipient of MLS W.O.R.K.S. Humanitarian of the Month honors, threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Friday's game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Colorado Rockies. Tonight's Dodger game is the 10th Annual Strike Out AIDS Night at Dodger Stadium. Lahoud was named Major League Soccer Humanitarian of the Month in August for his volunteer work with local youth, as well as his work in HIV prevention with The Wall Memorias Project.



Cronin, Quakes Focused on Task at Hand

Despite their ubiquitous nature in Canadian metropolitan areas, San Jose Earthquakes midfielder Sam Cronin did not head straight to the nearest Tim Horton's upon his return to Toronto.

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