Women's Soccer

DIII football proposal sparks debate, ultimately defeated

A proposal that would have permitted contact during the football’s spring nontraditional segment was narrowly defeated, with 51.8 percent voting against the proposal, after the lengthiest debate of Saturday’s 2015 Division III Business Session.

Ali Sullivan: Ahead of the field

For as long as she can remember, Ali Sullivan has gotten her kicks playing soccer. Now she’s distinguishing herself in a different field as an industrial engineering senior manager at Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

2014 Division I Women’s Soccer

Three years in a row, the Seminoles were among the last four teams standing, but never triumphed. On their fourth try, they finally broke through, toppling Virginia and capturing the program’s first national championship.

The Power of a Ball

A small purchase by Wisconsin women’s ice hockey player Brittany Ammerman led to a big empowering moment for women in two small Kenyan villages. Through fundraising Ammerman helped start the Nikumbuke Women's Soccer League.

Record-setting defense carries Lynchburg

Hornets’ regular-season shutout streak provided a preview of how it would win a championship.

2014 Division II Women’s Soccer

First-year coach Jeff Hosler didn’t want his team talking about being a champion. Instead, they played like one in winning their fourth national title in six years.

2014 NCAA Women's Soccer Championship Tournament Records

Division I 2014 NCAA.com Championship Recap 2014 Championship Tournament Statistics All-Time Championship Tournament Records and Results (through 2014 Championship) Division II 2014 NCAA.com Championship Recap 2014 Championship Tournament...

Elizabeth Tucker named 2014 NCAA Woman of the Year

Former soccer student-athlete Elizabeth Tucker, a University of Notre Dame graduate, is the 2014 NCAA Woman of the Year. Now in its 24th year, the Woman of the Year Award recognizes female student-athletes for outstanding academic achievement, athletics excellence, community service and leadership. Tucker is the first women’s soccer student-athlete to be named NCAA Woman of the Year since the program began in 1991.

Counterattack

A seizure cost her a season, but Amanda Filippone is quickly making up for lost time.

Living on the Sidelines

Training and competing as a student-athlete is hard, but quitting because of a medical condition is hard, too. 

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