Women's Soccer

2018 AASP Career Development Award recipients named

To support student-athletes’ career aspirations once they graduate from lower-resourced schools, the NCAA Accelerating Academic Success Program selected the second pair of recipients of the AASP Career Development Award

Soccer referees could start keeping official time

Soccer referees could keep game time on the field beginning with the 2018 season. The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Soccer Rules Committee recommended this change at its annual meeting last week in Indianapolis.

2018 Silver Anniversary Award: Julie Foudy

Julie Foudy grew up a Southern California sports fanatic in the 1970s. The Mission Viejo, California, native watched the Los Angeles Lakers and Rams, but her favorite sport wasn’t on television.

2017 NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament Statistics and Records

Division I 2017 NCAA.com Championship Recap 2017 Championship Tournament Statistics All-Time Championship Tournament Records and Results ( through 2017 Championship) Division II 2017 NCAA.com Championship Recap 2017 Championship Tournament...

Lizzy Crist named 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year

Lizzy Crist, a biomedical engineering graduate and former women’s soccer standout at Washington U. in St. Louis, was named the 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year at a dinner in Indianapolis on Sunday.

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.


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