Tag: Panthers Soccer

GUWS NCCAA Regional Game

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As the postseason stress started creeping up on the Greenville women's soccer team, nerves worsened and heartbeats were racing. The Lady Panthers thought their...

GUWS Player Profile: Jen De Leon De Leon

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Greenville University women's soccer program had an outstanding season finishing strong with a record of 11-8-2. The Lady Panthers recruited heavily this season bringing...

Saying Goodbye To Our Seniors

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Greenville University women's soccer program dedicates a special night to show appreciation to their seniors. Defender, Caitlin McLoughlin, from San Antonio, Texas, is currently sitting...

GUWS Road to The Championship

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Saturday, November 2, the Greenville University women's soccer team played their last conference season game against Webster University. This game was a major one...

Dani Pearce: Outstanding Senior Female Athlete

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Greenville University women’s soccer alumna Danielle Pearce was recently awarded the June Strahl Award. This award is presented to an 'outstanding senior female athlete.’...

Greenville Men’s Soccer in Conference

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Greenville University men’s soccer has had an upsetting last few games, taking two losses to MacMurray College and Principia College.  The Greenville men’s soccer team...

Greenville University Soccer Wins Over Westminster

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After a long two-week break, the Greenville University men's and women's soccer teams start their conference seasons off strong with wins over Westminster College....

GUWS Heads Into Conference Season

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The Greenville University women's soccer team started off the season struggling to find a good pace after a tie and three losses. The Lady...

Women’s Soccer Drops First Two at Home

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Written by Andrea Martin. Media by Joe Hubbs The women’s soccer team played in their first two home games of the season where the Lady...

New Year, New Chances

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It was a tough season for the Lady Panthers soccer team. Our non-conference schedule was very difficult. But the teams that we played prepared us for our conference competition. As we moved into conference play, the team played very well. The way that we had stood together throughout the losses we suffered from other teams, allowed us a team bond that may not have been there otherwise. When teams inside of our conference looked at our preseason record, they would often count us out, but that just meant that they underestimated our ability to fight back, and that fight is what characterizes our team.