After a busy weekend in Greensboro, the Messiah Men’s Soccer team and the Williams Women’s Soccer team returned home with the Championship Hardware and National Championships for the 2017 D3 Soccer season.
The D3 Women’s Soccer Final Four will take to the UNC-Greensboro Stadium field this weekend for a chance to bring home the National Championship hardware. UChicago will face TCNJ on … Continue Reading WSOC: The 2017 Final Four are off to Carolina
After anchoring the Messiah defense that ranked top in the nation in goals-against average (.151) and second in shutout percentage (.842), Falcon center-back DJ Cole’s was named the MAC-Commonwealth Defensive … Continue Reading Messiah’s D.J. Cole; D3 Sports News WSOC Defensive Player of the Year
The D3 Women’s Soccer Sweet 16 is set and a pair of top-3 teams will square off for a shot in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinal round when top-ranked UChicago travels down the road to battle Wheaton (IL).
Hardin-Simmons junior forward Kenne Kessler is the D3 Sports News Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Year
We’ve put together a list of some of the top performing freshman from this past season, and figured we’d let our readers decide, Who is the 2017 D3 Sports News WSOC Freshman of the Year.
WashU upset previously undefeated UChicago to capture the UAA regular season title and NCAA Tournament bid
Sophomore defender Rebecca Russo’s header in the third minute sparked the Royals to their second straight Landmark Conference title with a 2-0 victory over Susquehanna on a picture-perfect fall afternoon at Fitzpatrick Field.
TCNJ Women’s Soccer remained unbeaten and captured the NJAC title with a 1-0 win over Montclair State
Double overtime wasn’t enough to decide a winner in Wednesday’s MIAC women’s soccer semifinal playoff match. Tied 1-1 after 110 minutes and forced to penalty kicks, Gustavus keeper Ashley Becker (Jr., Farmington, Minn.) came up big with two stops and the Gusties, seeded No. 6, made all four attempts to upset No. 2 seed St. Thomas and advance to the MIAC championship game for the second time in three seasons.
Take a look at the best of the best on offense this season, and make your vote for who has made the biggest impact on offense in D3 Women’s Soccer this season.
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Hardin-Simmons junior midfielder Josey Meyer take the vote for the Best at the Assist in D3 Women’s Soccer
UChicago’s Mia Calamari notched her 16th assist in the 2-0 Maroon victory over NYU, setting a new Maroon single season record
With four goals and an assist in HSU’s 9-0 win over McMurry, Kenne Kessler finished her regular season with an HSU record 31 goals
A look at the action around D3 Women’s Soccer for the week ending 10/22