Women's Soccer

Finalists named for 2014 NCAA Woman of the Year award

Nine student-athletes have been selected as finalists for the 2014 NCAA Woman of the Year award, which will be announced Oct. 19 during a ceremony in Indianapolis.

Woman of the Year finalist: Elizabeth Tucker

Elizabeth Tucker didn’t know if she would contribute to Notre Dame’s soccer team. Four years later, she was the Fighting Irish’s most valuable player and had helped a sick child feel like part of the team.

"I don’t really talk about it."

A tenacious, aggressive student-athlete who competes on the soccer field at the University of Florida has an equally tenacious, aggressive lineage.

Living Among Primates

Gillian Sawyer, a biology major who competes in soccer at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, spends the summer working with primates at the Alouatta Sanctuary in Panama.

2014 Women's Soccer Records Book

For questions or updates to the 2014 Women's Soccer Records, please email Kristen Jacob Smith at kjsmith@ncaa.org . Division I Records Division II Records Division III Records Collegiate Records Coaching Records 2013 Conference Standings...

All-Around Athlete Hears Titans’ Call

Abby McCollum had planned to play soccer at Detroit but also stepped in to help with softball, lacrosse and basketball.

PROP clears way for electronic communication in men’s, women’s soccer

Beginning in the fall, members of coaching staffs who are on site at matches can communicate with each other via electronic devices.

PROP approves soccer rules changes for shootouts, end-of-game situations

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved new rules in men’s and women’s soccer that will officially end games when the clock expires and allow coaches to adjust their kicking order during shootouts.

For DIII chair, SAAC experience will be “my favorite memory” of college

Chelsea Shoemaker, a senior soccer student-athlete at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, N.Y., joined the Tigers’ Student-Athlete Advisory Committee in 2009 and was named the NCAA Division III SAAC chair in Jan. 2014.

Soccer rules committee recommends allowing electronic communication during matches

The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Soccer Rules Committee recommended that members of coaching staffs who are onsite at a match be allowed to communicate with each other via electronic devices starting with the 2014-15 academic year.

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