Women's Soccer

2015 Woman of the Year finalist: Kelsey Graham

Kelsey Graham’s soccer career may be over, but she hasn’t left the sport behind. Instead, she is using it as a means to give back.

Thinking Globally

Sarah Nieburg spent her childhood traveling for soccer, but last summer it took the Randolph-Macon College student-athlete farther than ever: to rural Ghana, where she spent six weeks encouraging gender empowerment through sport.

2015 Women's Soccer Records Book

For questions or updates to the 2015 Women's Soccer Records, please email Lauren McLaughlin ( lmclaughlin@ncaa.org ). Division I Records Division II Records Division III Records Collegiate Records Coaching Records 2014 Conference Standings...

2015 Soccer Summit

The NCAA Sport Science Institute (SSI) hosted its first ever sport-specific summit (NCAA Soccer Summit) on February 22 and 23, 2015 at the NCAA headquarters. The purpose of the NCAA Soccer Summit was to develop a strategic agenda to be...

DII Championships Committee addresses soccer field size

The Division II Championships Committee supported a move to ensure all NCAA postseason soccer games are played on fields that comply with the 2015-16 rules book.

"You’re never too young to … make a global impact."

During her first humanitarian trip to Haiti at age 15, Alyssa Brandt saw a boy with malnourished skin that was rotting and falling off his body. A passionate mission has driven her ever since.

Far and Away

When does a Division I men’s soccer coach look at a record of 2-4-2 and call that result “inconsequential”? When those games – played during the school’s January term – were supposed to provide a cultural experience, not an athletic conquest.

Sandra Magnus: Soaring to new heights

Magnus took the value of teamwork learned on the soccer field to outer space when she boarded the space shuttle Atlantis for its final mission in 2011.

NCAA summit draws soccer community to discuss health, safety

The first-ever NCAA Soccer Summit gathered representatives from youth, college and professional soccer organizations to discuss pressing medical issues in the sport and to shape a path to making it safer for all participants.

Autonomy schools adopt cost of attendance scholarships

Division I schools can give their athletes the full cost of attendance as part of a full scholarship beginning Aug. 1, and those scholarships can’t be cancelled for athletics performances or injury.

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