Owls men's soccer inaugural season is coming to a close with just two more games left in the regular season. Head Coach Tim Gould and Jacob Johnson discuss the season and the future in a special edition of Owl Talk.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – With just two games left in the 2017 season, the Mississippi University for Women’s soccer team is looking to close that season with back-to-back wins on its home field. The Owls first of the two matches will be Sunday, Oct. 22 when they host Oakwood University at 2 p.m.
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COLUMBUS, Miss. - The Owls men’s soccer team played an intense game against in-state foe Belhaven University. Despite getting good field positions and making crucial saves at the right moment, The W fell 7-3 to Blazers on Saturday, Oct. 14.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – The close of the 2017 men’s soccer season is rapidly approaching and with just three games left in the regular season, the Owls men’s soccer team will be spending the last part of the season on its home field. The first of these home games will be Saturday, Oct. 14 when the Owls host Belhaven University at Sprint Mart Field in the Columbus Soccer Complex.
SELMA, Ala. – The Owls men’s soccer team lost a hard fought battle against Concordia College – Alabama on Wednesday, Oct. 11. The W put up a great defensive front against the Hornets in its last road match of the season but were unable to take advantage of offensive opportunities and fell 4-2.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – The Mississippi University for Women men’s soccer team will be back on the road for midweek action as the travel to Selma, Ala. to face Concordia College. The Owls (3-7-2) will face the Hornets (8-3), a USCAA sister institution, for the second time this season on Wednesday, Oct. 10.
NORFOLK, Va. – The United States Collegiate Athletic Association recently released the Oct. 2 – Oct. 8 players of the week and the Owls very own Paxton Bound, men’s soccer, was among those honored.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The Owls men’s soccer team found a 2-2 draw at Johnson University on Saturday, Oct. 7. Despite a well-played second half by both teams, the host school was not interested in overtime play. The tie was called at the end of regulation.
POWELL, Tenn. - The MUW soccer team made light work of the Crown College of the Bible on Friday, Oct. 6. The Owls dominated the scoring effort to defeat the Crown, 5-1 and improve on the season 3-7-1.