Duke University rising senior Rebecca Moros will continue her training with the Under-21 United States Women’s National Team from April 26 through May 5 as the squad embarks on a Foreign Tour of the Netherlands.
Duke Women’s Soccer head coach Robbie Church released the 2006 women’s soccer schedule on Wednesday, which includes matches against 12 squads who advanced to the 2005 NCAA Tournament. The Blue Devils stand ready though, as they return eight of 11 starters and 17 letterwinners in all from a squad that collected a 14-6-1 record last year and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Duke women’s soccer team closed out the spring season on Sunday with a 1-0 victory over the Mexican National Team in front of almost 3,000 fans in Huntsville, Ala.
CHICAGO, IL – Ten former U.S. Men’s National Team, Women’s National Team and MLS veterans have been added to the ballot of players eligible for induction into the U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame in 2006. Among the 10 newcomers are former U.S. WNT captain and current Duke assistant coach Carla Overbeck and former U.S. MNT players Alexi Lalas and Roy Lassiter.
Duke University women’s soccer head coach Robbie Church announced the addition of five commitments for the 2006 campaign on Friday. KayAnne Gummersall of Wilmette, Ill., Jane Alukonis of Cocoa Beach, Fla., Sara Murphy of Mendham, N.J., CJ Ludemann of Holtsville, N.Y. and Elizabeth Redmond of Morristown, N.J., will all attend Duke University in the fall and play soccer. The class has been tabbed the third-best in the nation by Soccer Buzz, which marks the highest ranking for a recruiting class in Duke school history under Church.
Duke University women’s soccer players Rebecca Moros and Allison Lipsher each have been invited to train with United States National Teams, which will take place in March and April.
Fifteen All-Conference honorees including the 2005 ACC Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, secured spots on the 2005 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 inaugural team.
The 2006 Duke women’s soccer spring season is rolling along and the Blue Devils will now begin playing games over the next three months. Head Coach Robbie Church returns five of their top six scorers and Alison Lipsher in goal, off the 2005 squad which advanced to the NCAA Tournament second round and posted a 14-6-1 record.
The Soccer Buzz National Awards have been released with Duke senior Carolyn Ford becoming the first Blue Devil to be named first team All-America since 1994. Ford was one of 13 players selected to the first team by Soccer Buzz and became only the second player in Blue Devil history to garner first team All-America accolades.
Soccer Buzz released its All-Southeast Region team on Wednesday with six Blue Devils garnering honors, led by first team members Rebecca Moros and Carolyn Ford.
Duke University women’s soccer coach Robbie Church has announced he and his staff will conduct three soccer camps in the month of June, 2006. This marks the fifth year of the Duke Soccer School for Girls under the direction of Church. This summer, camp offerings include a day camp and two residential camp sessions. During the past five years, camp enrollment has increased reaching maximum camp capacity so make sure you sign up now.
The 2005 NSCAA/adidas Women’s Soccer Division I All-America team has been released with Duke’s Carolyn Ford earning second team accolades, after guiding Duke to a 14-6-1 overall record and a trip to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.