Sophomore Anna Zambricki of the Washington University women’s soccer team capped an outstanding 2012 season with another individual accolade Tuesday as she was named a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) first-team All-American. “It was kind of funny when [head coach Jim Conlon] first told me.
The Thunder curse continued for the Washington University women’s soccer team Saturday night. Playing without University Athletic Association co-player of the year Anna Zambricki, the third-ranked Washington University Bears couldn’t find a steady rhythm on offense.
When things were looking bleak, the No. 3 Washington University women’s soccer team persevered into the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament. In a rematch of last year’s first-round NCAA matchup, Wash. U. took care of business against No. 16 Thomas More College for the second straight year.
On its Senior Day, when teams honor the hard work and achievement of their longest-tenured players, the Washington University women’s soccer team notched another win, making another big step toward this season’s goals.
When the dust settled, the No. 5 Washington University women’s soccer team knew the season wouldn’t end next weekend. Wash. U. defeated the University of Rochester 2-1 Friday and Case Western Reserve University 3-0 Sunday to win the University Athletic Association, its eighth conference title overall and first since 2009, earning a trip to the NCAA tournament for the seventh straight season.
The fifth-ranked Washington University women’s soccer team extended its undefeated streak to nine games Tuesday evening when it defeated Central Region foe Principia College 2-0 at Francis Field. With the win, senior Clara Jaques set a school record with her 24th career shutout.
The No. 5 Washington University women’s soccer team held its spot at the top of the University Athletic Association with a pair of wins this past weekend, beating New York University 2-1 on Friday evening and defeating No. 20 Brandeis University 2-1 on Sunday afternoon. “The UAA is an absolutely tremendous conference,” head coach Jim Conlon said.
Noon on Sunday at Francis Field marked the beginning of 65 minutes of back-and-forth action, great chances barely turned away and most importantly, two goals on each side of the soccer field.
All the No. 11 Washington University women’s soccer team needed to top previously undefeated Carnegie Mellon University on the road and in the rain on Sunday was Anna Zambricki. The sophomore had a huge performance in the Bears’ University Athletic Association opener, totaling all three goals in a dominant 3-0 victory.
The No. 12 Washington University women’s soccer team knows what it takes on the road. Fueled by the resilience and grit of true road warriors and milestones reached by two seniors, the Bears capped an extended five-game away stretch with two key wins. This past Thursday’s regional matchup with Illinois Wesleyan University produced a 2-1 victory, and then Wash. U.