Case Western Reserve University Director of Athletics Amy Backus announced the hiring of Jen Simonetti as the fifth head coach in the history of the Spartans' women's soccer program on Tuesday.
After leading the squad for the last 12 seasons, Tiffany Crooks announced her resignation as the Head Coach of the Case Western Reserve University women's soccer team, in order to pursue other opportunities.
Five UAA student-athletes were honored as D3Soccer.com announced its women's soccer All-America selections. Senior midfielder Bryce Ikeda of University of Rochester was named Midfielder of the Year.
Lizzy Crist, a 2017 Washington University in St. Louis graduate and 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year, was awarded the 2019 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, an honor which is granted to student-athletes that excel both academically and athletically while also serving as leaders in the community.
Head coach Jim Conlon and assistant coaches Rebekah Roller, Theresa Kaiser and Emily Bozdeck of the Washington University in St. Louis women's soccer team were named the 2018 United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III National Staff of the Year, as announced by the organization.
Washington University in St. Louis sophomore back Katy Mockett was named to the 2018 Google Cloud NCAA Division III Academic All-America Women's Soccer Third Team, as announced Tuesday by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Washington University in St. Louis had a school-record four students-athletes named to the 2018 United Soccer Coaches Association Women's Soccer All-America Team, as announced by the Association Thursday at the 2018 NCAA Championship Banquet in Greensboro, N.C.
Jessica McKinney and Mackenzie Peebles of Chicago Repeat as United Soccer Coaches Women’s Soccer All-Americans
For the second-straight year, University of Chicago women's soccer players Jenna McKinney and Mackenzie Peebles were both selected as 2018 United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III Women's All-Americans on Thursday.
Nineteen UAA women's soccer student-athletes were named to the United Soccer Coaches all-region teams with nine receiving first-team accolades.
Senior Caroline Dempsey converted a penalty kick in the 87thminute to help send the No. 1-ranked Washington University in St. Louis women's soccer team past No. 15 Wheaton College (Ill.) 2-1 in the 2018 NCAA Division III Sectional Championship game Saturday at Francis Field in St. Louis.