Duke University incoming freshman women's soccer player Gretchen Miller has been named the MVP of her Rochester Raging Rhinos squad in the United States Leagues W-League, after registering a franchise record with 10 goals this season.
Duke University women's soccer players Christie McDonald and Kelly McCann traveled through Europe by backpacking for the past few weeks. McCann provided this wrap-up to the trip along with photos from different destinations.
Duke University women's soccer players Christie McDonald and Kelly McCann have been traveling Europe for the past few weeks. They decided to check in with GoDuke.com and let everyone know how the trip is going. Check back soon as they are going to provide photos of the trip and do a final wrap-up.
Duke University rising sophomore Elisabeth Redmond is one of 24 players that have been invited to the U.S. Under-21 Women's National Team training camp, which will take place in Portland, Ore., from June 6-13. This will mark the second time since February Redmond has trained with the U-21 squad as she traveled to Carson, Calif., from Feb. 17-23.
Duke University rising junior Christie McDonald is one of five nationwide student-athletes that will be honored with the 2007 Wilma Rudolph Student-Athlete Award. McDonald is a defender on the nationally ranked women's soccer team that advanced to the NCAA Tournament second round in 2006.
For the fourth time out of the last six years, Duke Women's Soccer Head Coach Robbie Church has brought in a top-eight ranked recruiting class as the 2007 group that includes Rebecca Allen, Kendall Bradley, Meaghan FitzGerald, Carey Goodman, Marybeth Kreger, Molly Lester, Madeline McEwen and Gretchen Miller has been tabbed eighth nationally by Soccer Buzz.
The captains for the 2007 Duke Women's Soccer team have been named as Blue Devil Head Coach Robbie Church announced senior Allison Lipsher, junior Kelly Hathorn, junior Christie McDonald and junior Lorraine Quinn will lead the Blue Devils during the upcoming season.
Duke Women's Soccer Head Coach Robbie Church released the 2007 women's soccer schedule on Friday, which includes matches against seven squads who advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 2006. The Blue Devils return seven of 11 starters and 12 letterwinners in all from a squad that collected a 9-8-4 record last year and advanced NCAA Tournament round of 32.
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.