Amberly Mendes of the Suffolk women's soccer team showed her prowess off the field at the McNair Scholars Research Conference in Florida in October as her research on protein degradation in bacteria was awarded first place by the Life Sciences judges.
Geneva, N.Y. - The Trinity College Bantams played even with the top-ranked and undefeated William Smith College Herons, but gave up three goals in a span of 8:13 in the second half to fall, 3-0, in the NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship Second Round this afternoon on Cozzens Field.
Geneva, N.Y. - Junior Julia Pitino (Littleton, Mass.) totaled four stops, including three pk's, as the Trinity College Bantams advanced past the Worcester Polytechnic Institute Engineers, 3-1, on pk's and into the NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Championship Second Round this afternoon at William Smith’s Cozzens Field.
(CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.) – The third-ranked Thomas More College women’s soccer team hosted 22nd-ranked, and 2014 national champion, Lynchburg College in the second round game of the NCAA tournament on Saturday, November 12th.
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. - Penn State Altoona women’s soccer junior forward Shoshana Mahoney was selected as a second team All-Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference pick on Tuesday, when the league released its soccer postseason awards.
Freshman forward Kayla Trice of the Oglethorpe women's soccer team was voted All-SAA Honorable Mention by the league's coaches Tuesday, marking her first All-SAA accolade in her first season on the squad. Trice is the first freshman to make the women's soccer All-SAA team since senior teammate Beatrice Menjor earned All-SAA Honorable Mention as a forward in 2013.
It was announced earlier today by the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) that sophomore midfielder Lauren Bay (Oak Park, CA) of the University of Redlands women's soccer program has been named to the All-Conference First Team as an At-Large selection.
Williamstown, Mass. – Trinity junior goalie Julia Pitino (Littleton, Mass.) dove to her left, knocked the ball away from the goal, and sent the Trinity College women's soccer team to the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Women's Soccer Championship game tomorrow with a victory
For nearly an entire year, The University of Scranton women’s soccer team has had one thing on its mind: win the 2016 Landmark Conference championship. On Saturday, the Royals completed that quest and left little doubt in the process.
Danbury, Conn.--Freshman forward Alexandra Natale (Ledyard, CT) tallied the first goal of her collegiate career as the sixth-seeded Rhode Island College women’s soccer team wrapped up the 2016 campaign with a 6-3 setback against third-seeded Western Connecticut in first round action of the 2016 Little East Conference Tournament.
Patricia Garrett scored the only goal of the game in 72nd minute, giving the ninth-seeded Randolph College women's soccer team a 1-0 win on Monday night. The WildCats defeated eighth-seeded Eastern Mennonite University in the First Round of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) tournament.
The Randolph College women's soccer team traveled to Johnson & Wales University (NC) for its regular season finale on Saturday. The warm-up for the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) first round game, proved to be a high octane affair, ending in a 4-3 win for the WildCats.