UW defeats San Francisco in dominating shutout

Monday afternoon, the Washington men’s soccer team was able to defeat the San Francisco Dons 4-0 at Husky Soccer Stadium. Source: UW defeats San Francisco in dominating shutout Great finish by the senior off a nice run by Gio. UW 2 | USF 0 – 47'#GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/Qx4xHQ9gqT — Washington Men's Soccer (@UW_MSoccer) September 2, 2019 Continue reading UW defeats San Francisco in dominating shutout

First Half Flurry for Cougars

PULLMAN – Before the popcorn had finished popping and the Coug faithful had barely settled into their seats at Lower Soccer Field the Cougars had already found the back of the net as #23 Washington State (3-0-0) lit up the scoreboard in the first 45′ of action on its way to a 6-3 win over James Madison (1-2-0). Source: First Half Flurry Behind six first half strikes the Cougars put away a pesky Dukes squad to finish their first weekend at home with a pair of wins and 12 total goals scored. Continue reading First Half Flurry for Cougars

Beavers Take Down Colgate

CORVALLIS – An 87th minute goal from Alex Cover lifted the Oregon State men’s soccer team to a 2-1 win over Colgate Sunday evening at Lorenz Field. “I was really proud of the guys for a really resilient effort,” said Oregon State head coach Terry Boss. “Coming off a loss on Friday, and going down early, you get to see what the guys are made of. I was really proud of what I saw. It wasn’t always pretty, but the fight was there. We made progress from Friday, and I’m excited about where we are going.” Source: Beavers Take Down Colgate Cover was joined on … Continue reading Beavers Take Down Colgate

SPU Men to Host 10 Home Soccer Games

SEATTLE, WA – A mid-season stretch of six straight home contests highlights the 18-game Seattle Pacific men’s soccer schedule that was announced Friday by Coach Mark Collings. Source: SPU Men to Host 10 Home Soccer Games 2019 Seattle Pacific Men’s Soccer Schedule Sept. 5     Sonoma State                   7:00 pm Sept. 7     Chico State                    7:00 pm Sept. 13    at Colorado Mines              4:30 pm Sept. 16    at West Texas A&M              5:00 pm Sept. 26    Point Loma                     7:00 pm Sept. 28    Azusa Pacific                  7:00 pm Oct. 3      Western Washington *           7:00 pm Oct. 5      Simon Fraser *                 7:00 pm Oct. 10     Northwest Nazarene *      … Continue reading SPU Men to Host 10 Home Soccer Games

Warriors reload for NWAC soccer runs

WALLA WALLA. WA—If there’s one word to sum up sixth-year Walla Walla Community College men’s soccer coach Ben Rotert’s assessment of this year’s Warriors squad, it’s “excited.” Source: Warriors reload for NWAC soccer runs “We’re excited!” Rotert said. “We have a lot of experience coming back in key spots. We’re excited about the guys we’ve got back, and it’s super-nice to have a balance of freshmen and sophomores. The freshmen have injected new life into some positions. They have the opportunity to contribute right away.” Continue reading Warriors reload for NWAC soccer runs

Broncos Match Best Ever Start to Season With 4-0 Route of Aggies

BOISE, ID—The Boise State women’s soccer team improved to 3-0 on the season thanks to a strong-second half en route to a 4-0 shutout of the New Mexico State Aggies at Boas Soccer Complex Friday evening Source: Broncos Match Best Ever Start to Season With 4-0 Route of Aggies “Everything is growing at this point, we are only three games in,” said Thomas. “We have got to get cleaner in the back passing. In the second half we weren’t being pressed on the ball as much as at the start, and we were a little jumpy at the back so … Continue reading Broncos Match Best Ever Start to Season With 4-0 Route of Aggies

Vandals Cruise to Victory

MOSCOW, Idaho – A flurry of first-half goals propelled Idaho (2-1) to a 3-0 victory over Oregon Tech on Friday in the Kibbie Dome. Source: Vandals Cruise to Victory The Vandal back line produced its second straight shutout and made it easy on the keepers–the Owls’ three shots all came in the second half and none were on frame. Through three matches, the Vandal defense has not allowed a goal in the run of play. Idaho takes its momentum into a heavyweight matchup on Sunday when SEC foe Mississippi State visits the Kibbie Dome for a 3 p.m. matchup. Continue reading Vandals Cruise to Victory

Redhawks Show No Mercy in Win over San Francisco

SEATTLE – Seattle University men’s soccer hammered San Francisco, 5-0, to open the 2019 season on Friday night. Noe Meza scored twice and Burke Fahling tallied a goal and two assists in his Redhawk debut at Championship Field. “It was a perfect script-we scored a bunch of goals, got a shutout, and played a lot of guys,” said Coach Pete Fewing. “I thought we were a little clunky at the beginning, but we got it going a bit and scored some good goals. That first goal was big to get us on our way. Hard work paid off for Burke tonight.” Source: Redhawks Show No … Continue reading Redhawks Show No Mercy in Win over San Francisco

UW Opens Season With 2-1 Upset Over No. 18 Denver

SEATTLE — Blake Bodily scored the match-winner in the 69th minute on the second assist of the night from Dylan Teves as Washington upset No. 18 Denver 2-1 in the season opener for both teams Friday night at Husky Soccer Stadium. Source: UW Opens Season With 2-1 Upset Over No. 18 Denver The Huskies open the season with a victory for the eighth-straight season, coming from behind after allowing a goal in the opening minute to snap its 486-minute shutout streak. Bodily netted the match-winner in the second half after Gio Miglietti tied up the game in the sixth minute. Teves recorded … Continue reading UW Opens Season With 2-1 Upset Over No. 18 Denver

Zags looking forward, leaving 2018 season behind

Following a difficult 2-14-2 season last fall, Gonzaga men’s soccer is optimistic about the upcoming year. Source: Men’s soccer: GU looking forward, leaving 2018 season behind Gonzaga men’s soccer is back in action this fall with a new assistant coach and a variety of new players, hoping to build upon its efforts from last season. Alongside head coach Paul Meehan is the new assistant coach Aaron Lewis, who hails from Corban University in Salem, Oregon. Lewis was the head coach for six seasons there before making the transition to GU. Continue reading Zags looking forward, leaving 2018 season behind

Washington falls to No. 2 North Carolina despite halftime lead

MONTLAKE, WA—Although the Washington women’s soccer team entered halftime with a 2-1 lead, the Huskies lost to No. 2 North Carolina 3-2 on a wet Thursday evening. Source: Washington falls to No. 2 North Carolina despite halftime lead Don't mess with Mary Johnston. 👀 Her goal for @UW_WSoccer takes the @OpusBank #12Best Moment. pic.twitter.com/u8PALwS24y — Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) August 30, 2019 22' | HUSKIES ON TOP! 📺@Pac12Network #BeAboutIt x #GoHuskies pic.twitter.com/Gf6OQpwb11 — Washington Women's Soccer (@UW_WSoccer) August 30, 2019 Continue reading Washington falls to No. 2 North Carolina despite halftime lead

Huskies gearing up for opening weekend at home

MONTLAKE, WA—The Washington men’s soccer team has finished its preseason and is looking to ride its momentum into the first games of the regular season. In their two exhibition games, the Huskies dominated Seattle Pacific 5-1 at home and played to a 1-1 draw in Spokane against Gonzaga. Source: Huskies gearing up for opening weekend at home Head coach Jamie Clark and the Huskies are continually working to find the team identity that they plan to use for the rest of the season and the preseason has certainly given them opportunities to do so. “The beauty of exhibition games in … Continue reading Huskies gearing up for opening weekend at home

Loggers have strong returning pieces for 2019 run

TACOMA, WA—Backed by three returning All-Northwest Conference honorees, including the 2018 NWC Offensive Player of the Year, the Puget Sound men’s soccer team aims to make a leap in the NWC standings this fall. Source: Men’s soccer has strong returning pieces for 2019 run Senior Luke Murdock finished the 2018 season as the NWC’s leading scorer with 11 goals and 25 points on his way to being named the NWC Offensive Player of the Year. He became the first Logger since 2013 (Carson Swope, 14 goals) to lead the NWC in scoring. Murdock had a strong finish to the season by scoring … Continue reading Loggers have strong returning pieces for 2019 run

Lutes Open Season at Home with High Expectations

TACOMA, WA—For the first time since the 2010 season, the Pacific Lutheran University men’s soccer team will open the year with back-to-back home games at East Field. The Lutes were picked to finish second, just one point behind Whitman College, in the Northwest Conference race in the annual preseason coaches poll. Source: Lutes Open Season at Home with High Expectations “This is the first time in a long time that we are opening the season at home,” said PLU Head Coach John Yorke.  “We’re really looking forward to these first two games.  The guys are excited to open the season at … Continue reading Lutes Open Season at Home with High Expectations

OIT women’s soccer looks good for fall

If defense wins championships, the outlook for the Oregon Tech women’s soccer side looks good. Source: OIT womeh’s soccer looks good for fall “I’m really excited to be considered a regular in the conference tournament,” head coach Brandon Porter said of the Hustlin’ Owls as they prepare for their fifth season under his tutelage, “but you have to earn success.” Tech started to earn its respect last year. Boosting the hopes of this year’s team is the return of four all-Cascade Collegiate Conference players, all on defense led by senior goalkeeper Jenna Stiehr, who was named to the first team. Continue reading OIT women’s soccer looks good for fall

2019 EOU Men’s Soccer: Season Preview

LA GRANDE, Ore. – Coming off the program’s first postseason appearance, expectations are even higher for the Eastern Oregon men’s soccer team entering 2019. Source: 2019 EOU Men’s Soccer: Season Preview With second year head coach Zach Mills at the helm, along with his impressive assistant staff, the Mountaineers hope that 2019 is a groundbreaking year for the program. EOU went 11-4-4 a year ago, including an 8-2-3 mark in the CCC, and earned the No. 4-seed in the Cascade Collegiate Conference Championship. There, the Mounties defeated Providence 2-0 in the quarterfinals for the program’s first postseason win. Already with a … Continue reading 2019 EOU Men’s Soccer: Season Preview