• Hickey Earns NSCAA All-America Honors
    December 15, 2010
    WILLIMANTIC, Conn. -- To put the magnitude of the accomplishment in historical context, Lauren Hickey (Southwick, Mass.) was still in diapers the last time an Eastern Connecticut State University women's soccer player was named as an All-America.
  • Eastern Connecticut Edges Wheaton On Penalty Kicks
    November 14, 2010
    MANSFIELD, Conn. - Ten days after being eliminated from the Little East Conference tournament on penalty kicks, the Eastern Connecticut State University women's soccer team advanced to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Division III tournament by eliminating Wheaton College (Mass.) on PKs, 4-2, Sunday afternoon.
  • Bradford Leads Keene State To ECAC Women's Soccer Championship
    November 14, 2010
    KEENE, N.H.– Senior forward Katie Bradford's (Lebanon, N.H.) late second half goal, lifted the Keene State College women's soccer team to a 2-1victory in the ECAC Northeast Championship played at Owl Athletic Complex on Sunday afternoon.
  • Warriors' Advance In NCAA Tournament
    November 13, 2010
    MANSFIELD, Conn. –The Eastern Connecticut State University women’s soccer team earned the program’s first NCAA Division III Tournament victory this afternoon, defeating Worcester State University 1-0. Sophomore forward Daniela Marchitto (Orange, Conn.) netted the decisive marker in the 66th minute to lift the Warriors into the second round for the first time in program history.
  • Little East Earns 2 Bids To NCAA Women's Soccer Championship
    November 09, 2010
    NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. – The NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Selection Committee announced the field of 63 teams for the 2010 NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Championship this afternoon. Western Connecticut State University captured the Little East Championship to secure the automatic qualifier, while No. 14 Eastern Connecticut State University earned one of 20 at-large bids. This is the seventh time in conference history the Little East has placed multiple teams in the national field and first since 2005.
  • 2010 All-Little East Women's Soccer Teams Announced
    November 09, 2010
    NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. –The Little East Conference office announced its annual all-conference teams and major award winners this afternoon. Keene State College senior striker Katie Bradford (Lebanon, N.H.) was named the Offensive Player of the Year, while the University of Massachusetts Boston’s freshman forward Tayla Andrews (Plymouth, Mass.) earned Rookie of the Year honors.
  • Western Connecticut Wins 7th Women's Soccer Championship
    November 07, 2010
    DANBURY, Conn. - The Western Connecticut State University won its ninth Little East Conference Women's Soccer Tournament title behind an outstanding performance from Tina Dias (Shelton, Conn.).
  • Western Connecticut Sets School Shutout Record; Advance To Little East Final
    November 05, 2010
    DANBURY, Conn.— With exactly 34 minutes remaining in regulation, senior midfielder Jennifer Duran (Uncasville, Conn.) tallied what proved to be the game-winning goal as Western Connecticut State University defeated Keene State College, 1-0 in the Little East Conference Tournament Semifinals at The WAC on Friday afternoon.
  • Moran Honored By ECAC
    October 26, 2010
    NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. – Western Connecticut State University sophomore back Erika Moran (Shelton, Conn.) was named the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III Women’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week this afternoon by the regional office. The Colonials also made their debut in the National Soccer Coaches’ Association of America (NSCAA) Division III New England Regional rankings at No. 9.
  • Pirri Breaks Rhode Island College Save Record
    October 26, 2010
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.-Senior goalkeeper Maddie Pirri (Bristol, R.I.) became the Rhode Island College women¹s soccer program¹s all-time leader in career saves by making a career-best 26 stops as the Anchorwomen came back from a 3-0 first half deficit to eventually tie host Lasell, 4-4, in double overtime.
  • 3 Anchorwomen Records Fall On Smith's Game-Winning Goal
    October 19, 2010
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.-A lot of things went into the net with junior forward Alexis Smith’s (Wakefield, R.I.) shot in the 109th minute: a game-winning goal, a record-setting goal, two record-setting points, and an eighth win for a team on a quest to crack double digits.
  • Bradford Sets Keene State Scoring Record In Victory
    October 16, 2010
    BOSTON – Senior forward Katie Bradford (Lebanon, N.H.) scored her 61st career goal in the Owls' 3-0 Little East Conference victory over University of Massachusetts Boston Saturday afternoon at the Clark Athletic Center.
  • Eastern Connecticut Sits Atop New England Region; Ranked No. 13
    October 12, 2010
    WILLIMANTIC, Conn. – For the first time in the 25-year history of the Eastern Connecticut State University women’s soccer program, the Warriors have been selected as the No.-1 ranked team in the NSCAA Division III New England soccer rankings, released Tuesday. One of only two teams in the poll with undefeated records, Eastern (11-0-1) jumped into the top spot for the first time ever after being ranked in a tie for fifth heading into the week. During the week, Eastern shut out Wesleyan University, 2-0, and Little East Conference opponent University of Southern Maine, 1-0.
  • Eastern Connecticut, Keene State Share Top Spot in Little East Women’s Soccer Preseason Poll
    September 25, 2010
    NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. – Eastern Connecticut State University and Keene State College have been predicted to share the Little East women’s soccer regular-season championship, according to the 2010 preseason coaches’ poll. The Warriors and Owls each earned 58 total points, but Keene State received the majority of first-place votes with four. Western Connecticut State University garnered the final two first-place votes to enter the preseason rankings in the third position with 49 points.
  • Mulry Becomes UMass Boston All-Time Points Leader
    September 07, 2010
    BOSTON- With 23:21 left to play in the second half, freshman forward Tayla Andrews (Plymouth, Mass.) scored the game-winning goal for the second consecutive match to lift the University of Massachusetts Boston over Eastern Nazarene College, 3-2, this afternoon at the Clark Athletic Center on the campus of UMass Boston. With the win, the Beacons improve to 2-0 on the season for the first time since 1996 while the Lions drop their first game of the 2010 campaign, falling to 1-1-1 overall.
  • Plymouth State Names Cindy Bennett Head Coach
    July 27, 2010
    PLYMOUTH, N.H. – The Plymouth State University women’s soccer program will be under new leadership this fall as a new coaching staff will be in place for the 2010 season. Cindy Bennett has been named head coach of the Panthers, effective immediately. She is a former Division I all-star goalkeeper at Stony Brook University (N.Y.) who has coaching experience at both the Division I and III levels, including stints at Dartmouth College and Colby-Sawyer College. She takes over from Gene Smith, who resigned after five seasons to become an assistant coach at California University of Pennsylvania.
  • Nicole Hanewich Named UMass Dartmouth Soccer Coach
    July 23, 2010
    NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. - UMass Dartmouth Athletic Director has announced the hiring of Nicole Hanewich as the new head women's soccer. Hanewich will take over the post effective August 1, 2010. "Nicole is a terrific addition to the Corsair family and the women's soccer program" said Day in making the announcement of Hanewich's appointment. "I am confident her experience as a player and coach with a nationally-recognized program, along with her energy and enthusiasm, will lead to success for UMass Dartmouth soccer,"