2010-11 Women's Soccer News
74 Wolverines Named All-Academic
Wesley College would like to congratulate the following 74 student-athletes who were named to the Capital Athletic Conference All-Academic Team.
Alumni Match Cancelled
Due to projected heavy rain in the Dover, Delaware area, both the Wesley College Soccer Alumni Games slated for April 16 have been cancelled.
Free Youth Clinic
The Wesley College men’s and women’s soccer program will be holding their Annual Free Youth Soccer Clinic for Girls and Boys on Friday, April 15, 2011.
Wolverines Fall on Senior Night
Shenandoah jumped out to an early 2-0 and fended off a late comeback bid by Wesley College to spoil Senior Night for the Wolverinies.
Comeback Falls Short at Goucher
Wesley College's Lacey Smith scored her first goal of the year in the 80th minute, but it was not enough as Goucher held on to defeat Wesley 2-1 in non-conference play.
Wolverines Shut Out Patriots
Wesley College received two goals apiece from Sammi Nevin and Kim Fearnbach and the Wolverine defense held Valley Forge Christian to just two shots in a 5-0 win.
Wesley Stops Blazers, 4-2
Wesley College's Kaitlin Barry scored twice to lead the Wolverines to a season-high four goals in a 4-2 Capital Athletic Conference win.
Wesley Succumbs to Salisbury
Salisbury's two-goal first half gave the Seagulls the edge over the Wolverines in this afternoons Capital Athletic Conference women's soccer match-up.
Wesley Shut Out By Frostburg
The Wolverines were shut out by Capital Athletic Conference rival Frostburg, 7-0.
Second Half Dooms Wesley
The Wolverines lead at the half, but a powerful second half from Widener pushed the Pride to victory 4-1.
Wesley Shut Out by Stevenson
Wesley trailed by one at the half, but Stevenson scored twice in the second to claim a 3-0 win over Wesley College in Capital Athletic Conference action.
Wesley Stumped by St. Mary's
An offensive outburst by St. Mary's Tori Eskay proved to be too much for the Wolverines
Wesley Stopped by Spartans
Kat Sipes scored three times to propel York (Pa.) to a 3-0 win over Wesley in Capital Athletic Conference action.
Wesley Falls to Shorewomen
A pair of second half goals were too much for Wesley to overcome as the Wolverines dropped a 2-0 final to visiting Washington College.
Women's Soccer Falls to Mary Washington
The Wesley Women's Soccer team fought to a 0-0 tie after the first 45 minutes, but 4 goals by the Mary Washington Eagles in the final 45 minutes did in the pesky Wolverines 4-0.
Wolverines Drop CAC Opener
Wesley College controlled play for most of the evening, but and opportunistic Marymount (Va.) team made the most of its chances for a 2-1 Saint win over the Wolverines.
Wolverines Ground Owls
Wesley scored once in each half and limited visiting Bryn Mawr to just five shots on the night to pick up their first win of 2010 with a 2-0 win over the Owls.
Cabrini Topples Wesley
Sammy Thompson scored a pair of goals for Cabrini as Wesley fell 4-1 on the road in non-conference action.
Wesley Falls to Neumann
Neumann's Alexis Tiernan intercepted a Wesley clear attempt and lobbed it over the keeper in the 90th minute to break a 1-1 tie and down the Wolverines.
Wolverines Open with 0-0 Tie
Defense was the name of the game in the season opener for both Wesley College and Gwynedd-Mercy as the two squads battled to a 0-0 tie.
Follow the Wolverines in the UK!
Both Wesley's men's and women's soccer teams will be touring the England and Scotland from August 3-12. While in the UK, fans can follow the Wolverines via their UK Soccer Blog.