Nov 18 -- Hardin-Simmons Falls to Wheaton in Womens Soccer
gave up three second half goals to host Wheaton (Ill.) and ended its
longest ever playoff run with a 3-0 loss in the Sectional Final of the
NCAA Division III Womens Soccer Championship on Saturday night.
The Full Story
Nov 17 -- Hardin-Simmons Defeats UC-Santa Cruz in Battle of
Unbeatens, Now One Win Away From Women's Soccer Final Four
Hardin-Simmons moved on to the sectional finals of
the NCAA Division III Womens Soccer Championship after defeating
UC-Santa Cruz 4-1 in a shootout on Friday evening in Wheaton,
Illinois. Neither the Cowgirls or Banana Slugs -- both unbeaten
entering the game -- had scored in regulation.
The Full Story
Nov 12 -- Hardin-Simmons Knocks Off No. 1 Trinity to Advance to
Top 15-ranked Hardin-Simmons knocked off top-ranked ranked Trinity
(Texas), 2-1, to advance to the sectionals of the NCAA Division III
Womens Soccer Championship on Sunday afternoon in Tacoma, Wash.
Jordan Morley and Whitney Piendak scored for the Cowgirls.
Second Round First
Nov 5 -- Hardin-Simmons Claims Fourth Straight ASC Women's
Hardin-Simmons used a goal from tournament MVP Amy
Kuykendall in the second overtime on Saturday to defeat Texas-Dallas
2-1 for the Cowgirls' fourth straight ASC Women's Soccer Title. HSU
also clinched the league's automatic berth in the NCAA Division III
Women's Soccer National Championship.
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Nov 2 -- ASC Weekly Soccer Reports
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Soccer Weekly Reports
Oct 29 -- Hardin-Simmons to Host ASC Womens Soccer
Championship Tournament Again
Nationally-ranked Hardin-Simmons University was the
only American Southwest Conference womens soccer team to go
through league play undefeated and it earned them the right to host
the ASC Womens Soccer Championship Tournament for the fourth
consecutive season in Abilene, Texas. The six-team event will kick off
Friday and last through Sunday.
Aug 23 -- Hardin-Simmons Unanimous Choice to Claim Womens
Hardin-Simmons University was the choice of all 14
head coaches and 14 sports information directors polled to win the
American Southwest Conference season championship in women's soccer. A
correct prediction would mean a fourth straight conference title for
head coach Marcus Wood and the Cowgirls, who are fresh off a 20-2-0
season in which they reached the second round of the NCAA Division III
championship tournament and led all of D-III in goals scored (106).
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Aug 23 -- Reigning Womens Soccer Players
Year Wilson, Jackson Collect Top Preseason Honors
Texas Baptist University senior forward Janna Wilson and University of
Texas at Dallas junior defender Kelli Jackson are expected to carry
over their American Southwest Conference women's soccer player of the
year honors from last season after a vote of the league's 14 head
coaches and sports information directors. Wilson, the 2005 ASC
Offensive Player of the Year, was chosen as Preseason Offensive Player
of the Year and Jackson, the 2005 Defensive Player of the Year, was
tabbed Preseason Defensive Player of the Year.