Women's Soccer

Division III Women's Soccer

Championship information: 2017-18 Preliminary Round Information and Bid Checklist 2017-18 Officials Evaluation Form Manuals: 2017-18 Pre-Championship Manual 2017-18 Host Operations Manual 2017-18 Site Representative Manual 2017-18...

Ferri-Lewis found success in a balanced life

By Sam King NCAA.org Stephanie Ferri-Lewis sought the Division I athletics experience, but a scholarship offer to become a three-sport student-athlete ultimately drew the swimmer, soccer player and cross country runner to Division II...

St. Edward’s Baird builds a life around service

By Erica Rath NCAA.org There aren’t enough words to detail all of Kelsey Baird’s involvement. She commits herself fully to community service while maintaining a career and a vibrant personal life. But Baird is no stranger to this balancing...

Athletics benefits accrue at any age

By Brian Burnsed NCAA.org A pair of Division III student-athletes can see the top of hill, yet they refuse to be thrust over. Florina Petcu, a 37-year old former actress and Muay Thai boxing champion, recently competed as a member of...

Rules changes will affect fall sports

By Greg Johnson As NCAA teams prepare to start in-season competition this fall, fans will see several rules changes in football, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, field hockey, and men’s water polo. Each of those sport’s rules...

Hoag and Lerner selected as 2012 McKay Postgraduate Scholars

The NCAA has selected Wake Forest football student-athlete Michael Hoag and Pennsylvania soccer student-athlete Adrienne Lerner as the 2012 recipients of the Jim McKay Postgraduate Scholarships. Established in 2008 to honor the...

A goalie with goals

By Andrew Crum NCAA.org Brooke Eveler not only sets goals for herself, she achieves them. So when Eveler decided that she wanted to graduate in three years from Wilmington University (Del.), that’s exactly what she did. So the natural...

Time is on her side

By Andrew Crum NCAA.org Without organization, chaos ensues. And no one knows organization better than Krista Lopez. The Oklahoma State senior is pursuing a double major in management and accounting. She is a forward on the soccer team and...

Former Utica men’s soccer student-athlete chronicles the women's game

By Zak Keefer NCAA.org He’s always relished the underdog role, so maybe that’s why Jeff Kassouf feels at home doing what he does. While you’d be hard-pressed to find an aspiring sportswriter with dreams of one day being the nation’s...

Saint Leo's Johnson uses athletics to persevere

By Greg Johnson NCAA.org Jasmine Johnson took a circuitous route to Saint Leo after leaving the University of Florida’s soccer program during her sophomore year. She worked different jobs near her Tampa home and played club soccer in the...

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