After a record-setting season that ended in playoff disappointment, Washington University head women’s soccer coach Jim Conlon earned Division III Central Region Coach of the Year honors from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Conlon received the award for the second straight season. He led the Bears to the second No.
A historic season came to a close this Sunday as the No. 1 Washington University women’s soccer team lost a penalty shootout to Capital University in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III tournament at Francis Field. A 3-0 Saturday victory over No.
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One week after the No. 1 Washington University women’s soccer team overcame two early deficits in home playoff victories, the Bears will play at Francis Field again in an effort to advance to the semifinals in San Antonio. The Bears will take on No. 18 University of Puget Sound on Saturday, Nov. 23 at 11 a.m.
While two early deficits almost turned the weekend sour for the No. 1 ranked Washington University women’s soccer team, the Bears fought back in both home games to advance to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament. The Bears defeated St. Norbert College 5-2 on Friday and No. 19 Calvin College 3-1 on Saturday.
After a stellar regular season that led to its second- ever No. 1 national ranking, the Washington University women’s soccer team will try to maintain that perch in the postseason. At the center of the push is sophomore goal- keeper Amy French, who has been nearly unflappable throughout her first season in the net. While Wash. U.
The No. 1 Washington University women’s soccer team closed out its regular season with a 2-0 victory at the University of Chicago on Saturday, finishing the season with a 17-1 record and an undefeated 7-0 record in the University Athletic Association. The Bears’ 17 regular-season wins are the most in team history.
With a 2-1 road victory over conference foe New York University on Sunday, the Washington University men’s soccer team positioned itself better for an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. An 86th-minute goal by freshman midfielder/back Jake Shapiro, assisted by freshman midfielder Grant Baltes, gave Wash. U. the lead for good.
For only the second time in school history, the Washington University women’s soccer team has attained a No. 1 ranking in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll, announced Tuesday. The Bears defended their top ranking later that day, beating Millikin University 4-0 on the road in Decatur, Ill. Wash. U. dominated the game, outshooting Millikin 35-8.
Friends and family of the Washington University women’s soccer team filled the stands at Francis Field as seniors were honored in front of the home fans Sunday. On the field, the No. 2 Bears took care of business with a 4-2 victory over the University of Rochester, which followed Friday’s 2-0 win over visiting Case Western Reserve University.
Now that conference play has arrived, competition for the Washington University women’s soccer team is finally heating up. The Bears received a dose of it Saturday, pulling out a 2-1 win over No. 14 Carnegie Mellon University at Francis Field. Save for a game against No. 1 Wheaton College, the third-ranked Bears had seen scant challenge en route to a 10-1 record.