It’s halfway through the regular season and the women’s soccer team has already made history. Freshman goalkeeper Vikki Alonzo and the No. 19 Hurricanes (7-2-1) played No. 25 San Diego (5-2-2) to a scoreless double overtime tie Sunday afternoon at the UCLA Women’s Cup in Los Angeles, Calif. It was Alonzo’s seventh shutout of the…
As the cliché goes, all good things must come to an end. Unfortunately for Miami, the women’s soccer team wasn’t exempt from the saying, as it battled through 68 scoreless minutes against Brigham Young University Tuesday night at Cobb Stadium.
Hurricanes improve to 7-0 on the season with a win over Eastern Michigan.
Things went much in the same way they have all season for the University of Miami women’s soccer team Wednesday night. After returning from its first road trip with two wins and two shutouts, the Hurricanes defeated Purdue 2-0 at Cobb Stadium for a program-best sixth straight victory.
In its first road trip of the season, the women’s soccer team continued where it left off at home, taking both road games in dominating fashion. On Sunday afternoon, Miami (5-0-0) defeated Memphis (2-1-1), its toughest opponent thus far, 3-0 behind two goals from sophomore Lauren Singer and a team-leading sixth of the year from…
Just as they did in the first game of the season against Stetson, the Hurricane women’s soccer team controlled possession and took shots Friday night at Cobb Stadium.
Last season, the Hurricanes were picked to finish dead last out of 11 teams in the soccer-rich Atlantic Coast Conference.
After reaching the NCAA Tournament for only the second time in the program’s history, the Hurricanes’ women’s soccer team continued its success Sunday afternoon at Cobb Stadium.
Led by freshman goalie Vikki Alonzo and sophomore forward Brittney Steinbruch, Miami cruised to a 3-0 victory against Stetson.