The Duke women's soccer team will participate in a weekend of exhibition games along with women's soccer teams from the University of North Carolina and the University of Florida. The matches will be held this Saturday, March 3, at the SAS Soccer Complex in Cary, NC.
Thirteen All-Conference honorees including the ACC Offensive Player of the Year and Soccer America's National Player of the Year, secured spots on the 2006 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Women's Soccer Team as announced today by Commissioner John D. Swofford. All 11 schools in the league competing in women's soccer are represented on the honors team.
Duke University rising sophomore Elisabeth Redmond has been invited to train with the United States Under-21 Women's National Team from Feb. 17-23 at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif.
Duke University Women's Soccer Head Coach Robbie Church announced the addition of eight commitments for the 2007 campaign on Monday. Rebecca Allen of Jenks, Okla., Kendall Bradley from Durham, N.C., Meaghan FitzGerald of Cincinnati, Ohio, Carey Goodman from Greensboro, N.C., Marybeth Kreger of Noblesville, Ind., Molly Lester from Atlanta, Ga., Madeline McEwen of Durham, N.C. and Gretchen Miller from Fairport, N.Y., will all attend Duke University in the fall and play soccer.
Duke University women's soccer Head Coach Robbie Church has announced his staff will conduct three soccer camps in the month of June, 2007. This marks the sixth year of the Duke Soccer School for Girls under the direction of Coach Church. This summer, camp offerings include a Day Camp and two Residential Camp sessions. During the past six years, camp enrollment has increased reaching maximum camp capacity.
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced today the recipients of the 2006 Fall Sportsmanship Awards. Teams receiving the awards have conducted themselves with a high degree of character and good sportsmanship, as determined by a vote of the league's players and coaches.
Soccer Buzz has released its 2006 All-Region accolades with four Duke Women's Soccer student-athletes earning All-Southeast honors. Senior Rebecca Moros and sophomore Christie McDonald were named to the second team, while freshmen Elisabeth Redmond and KayAnne Gummersall earned All-Freshman accolades.
Duke University senior Rebecca Moros has been selected third team NSCAA/adidas All-America, after guiding the women's soccer team to a 9-8-4 overall and 5-4-1 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) mark in 2006. The Blue Devils advanced to the second round of the NCAA College Cup before falling in penalty kicks to Tennessee.
Michael Videira of the men's soccer team and Rachel-Rose Cohen of the women's soccer team have been named the Ronald McDonald House Charities Student-Athletes of the Week by the Duke Radio Network. The two standouts are being honored together after each was named an Academic All-America this week.
For the second year in a row, Duke University senior Rachel-Rose Cohen of the Duke University Women's Soccer team has been selected ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America, which was released on Tuesday by the College Sports Information Director's of America (CoSIDA).
Once again in an NCAA Tournament match-up between Tennessee and Duke, overtime was not enough. A penalty-kick shootout was required after the squads battled to a scoreless tie to determine who would move on in the national draw. The 23rd-ranked Lady Vols took home the 4-3 advantage in the shootout over the Blue Devils (9-8-4) to advance into the regional semifinals of the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in five years.
For the seventh straight time in the NCAA College Cup, the Duke Women's Soccer Team advanced to the second round as the Blue Devils defeated 22nd-ranked Louisville, 6-5, in penalty kicks on Friday evening at the Regal Soccer Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn. The Blue Devils (9-8-3) and Cardinals (13-4-3) concluded two 45-minute periods and two 10-minute overtime sessions at 0-0 before moving to a shootout.