Tough losses started and ended the Hurricanes’ season.
Two 'Canes go pro!
The University of Miami women’s soccer team ended the season with an 8-10-1 (3-6-1) record. The record does not portray the Cane’s great play throughout the season, staying competitive in the toughest conference in the country.
The University of Miami women’s soccer team stunned the No. 2 defending national champion North Carolina Tar Heels 1-0 in front a packed Cobb Stadium Sunday afternoon.
The Hurricanes (7-6, 2-2) defeated the Clemson Tigers (3-10, 0-5) 2-0 Thursday night in front of a crowd of over 500 at Cobb Stadium.
Senior Beverly Goebel and Steinbruch and Macdonald were nominated to the All-Tournament Team.
UM dominated Ball State in a 5-1 rout Friday night at Cobb Stadium as Howarth recorded a hat trick.
UM defeated Florida Gulf Coast University 3-0 Tuesday night at Cobb Stadium.
For the second time in four days, the women's soccer team kept second-ranked North Carolina close. Unfortunately for the Hurricanes, the result remained the same as Miami (10-8-3) fell 1-0 to the Tar Heels (17-1-2) Wednesday afternoon in the quarterfinal round of the ACC Tournament.
Through 83 minutes Sunday afternoon in Chapel Hill, the women's soccer team held its own against the second-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels.
On Sunday afternoon at Cobb Stadium, the women's soccer team fell 2-0 to ninth-ranked Florida State. extending its winless streak to eight.
The rough patch continued for the women’s soccer team this past weekend as it lost both of its conference road games at Boston College and Maryland.