Women's Soccer

Answering a Different Call

When Abby McCollum appeared in a 2014 issue of Champion, she was a four-sport athlete at Detroit Mercy.

Persistence Pays

The summer before her sophomore year at Seton Hall, Kayleigh Ellison suffered a seizure. The diagnosis: a brain tumor. After surgery, Ellison returned to school and earned her degree. But as she looked ahead to law school, she realized something was missing in her life.

Stephanie Ferri-Lewis
Stephanie Ferri-Lewis: 3 attributes learned from college sports

Emergency room doctor Stephanie Ferri-Lewis describes three transferable skills gained as a student-athlete at Pfeiffer.

Championship squad, bench sizes won’t change in DIII

Though roster sizes are swelling in some Division III sports as athletics departments strive to help meet their institutions’ enrollment demands, the number of student-athletes allowed to dress or be on the bench for NCAA championship events will remain at current levels.

Health and safety data collection poised to expand

Athletics administrators in all NCAA divisions may soon be able to benchmark their school’s health and safety procedures, staffing levels and other pertinent practices against comparable schools across the country.

2017 Women's Soccer Records Book

For questions or updates to the 2017 Women's Soccer Records, please email Lauren McLaughlin ( lmclaughlin@ncaa.org ). Division I Records Division II Records Division III Records Collegiate Records Coaching Records 2016 Conference Standings...

Career Development Award Winners

Gritt Broening This Fairleigh Dickinson junior spent four weeks volunteering in Tanzania. During this time, she helped build a water tank, install solar panels, and educate village teachers with new teaching techniques. Her overarching...

NCAA names AASP Career Development Award recipients

Gritt Broening of Fairleigh Dickinson and Samson Oyediran of Tennessee State were named the first recipients of the Accelerating Academic Success Program Career Development Award. The grant is the first of its kind for students who attend Accelerating Academic Success Program-eligible schools and plan to pursue a career in athletics.

Nichole Mann
Nicole Mann: Sky is not the limit

Former Navy soccer team captain Nicole Mann suits up for a new team as NASA astronaut training for space.

Seattle Pacific did not monitor former head women’s soccer coach

Seattle Pacific did not monitor its former head women’s soccer coach and his operation of the university’s women’s soccer camps

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