Women’s Soccer

Women’s soccer’s season ends in heartbreak Sweet 16 loss

This was the second consecutive season for the Bears to end in heartbreak, as they also were eliminated in 2019 by penalty kicks in the Elite Eight. 

| Staff Reporter

‘We feel great’: An interview with the women’s soccer goalkeeper ahead of the Sweet 16

Sophomore Sidney Conner, who was named the University Athletic Association’s Sophomore Rookie of the Year this week, said the Bears are “really prepared” to face UW – La Crosse Saturday.

| Senior Sports Editor

Defense carries women’s soccer back to Sweet 16

The Bears will face the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse next Saturday in their sixth straight Sweet 16 appearence.

| Staff Reporter

Holding down the left side: The Flynn sisters’ soccer journey

Kate and Erin Flynn thought they were done playing soccer together after high school. That wasn’t the case.

| Senior Sports Editor

Women’s soccer ends regular season with draw against No. 16 Chicago, will face Beloit at home in first round Saturday

Head coach Stephanie Gabbert said the team will need to get better at finishing on its opportunities going into the tournament.

| Staff Reporter

Women’s soccer clinches sixth straight UAA title before suffering first loss

The two games moved the Bears to 13-1-1 on the season and dropped them from the third spot in the rankings.

| Senior Sports Editor

Women’s soccer beats Emory in the final minute to remain undefeated

The win brought the Bears to 9-0-1 on the year.

| Contributing Reporter

From pole vaulting to speaking Norwegian, Ariana Miles does it all

Miles, who ranks second on the team in points this year, is primed to lead the Bears’ attack heading into UAA competition this weekend.

| Senior Sports Editor

Women’s soccer continues to dominate with two weekend wins ahead of UAA play

With the wins over Wheaton and Rose-Hulman, the Bears imrpoved to 7-0-1 on the year.

and | Contributing Reporter and Senior Sports Editor

Women’s soccer stays undefeated with wins at Rhodes College Challenge Tournament

Keep taking shots and they will eventually go in — that’s been the strategy all season for the No. 5 Washington University women’s soccer team. So far, it has worked brilliantly.

| Senior Sports Editor

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