Tag: women’s soccer

Ladies Fall Short of Championship

The Greenville University Women's Soccer Team recently had the chance to do what no other women's soccer team from Greenville has ever...

Kickin’ It With Coach Dubs

Coach Dubs with Associate Head Coach Heidi Koehl (left) and Assistant Coach Kieley Leach (right). Media from facebook.com/jwardlaw13.

Women’s Soccer Takes First Conference Game

The Greenville University women's soccer team has finally entered the conference portion of their season, and this past Saturday they competed against...

Dani Pearce: For the Love of the Game and So Much...

At this point in the semester, Greenville University fall sports are now in full swing and some are even approaching the midway...

A Master in Soccer

Written and Media by Taylor Ratcliffe. In contact sports, injuries on a sports field are always likely to occur. However, most people are not cautious...

Greenville Soccer Tops Blackburn

Written and Media by Jen Brakenhoff The Greenville Men’s and Women’s soccer team traveled to Blackburn this weekend and both came back 2-0 in...

Women’s Sports Seen in a New Light

Written and Media by Jen Brakenhoff   Ever since sports have been televised, women seem to be the second priority in both the eyes of the...

Getting to know our Captain, Kieley Leach

Written and Media by Jen Brakenhoff Some may know Kieley Leach as the senior captain for Greenville Women’s Soccer team but there is so...

Women’s Soccer Drops First Two at Home

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...

Greenville Soccer Woes Continue

Last Tuesday the Greenville men’s and women’s soccer teams continued their season long woes, both falling 1-2 at Lindenwood-Belleville. The losses epitomize the tone of a so far dreary season for both Panthers teams, but a remaining schedule full of conference matchups shines a glimpse of hope on the Greenville soccer fields. In the men’s game the Lynx scored a late goal in the first half to put themselves up 1-0. The Panthers could not even get a shot off, as Belleville shut them out in the first half. Early in the second half, the Panthers came back with a goal of their own on a shot by senior midfielder, Aaron Mulholland. The tie would not last long however, as the Lynx scored the go ahead goal with 10 minutes left in the game. Two goals would be all Belleville needed to hand the Panthers their sixth loss of the season.