VIRGINIA BEACH, VA - The USCAA has announced its All-American, National All-Academic, and individual End of the Year award winners for women's soccer division 1 and 2. Four Owls women's soccer players were named to All-American teams.
MARION, Ala. – The Owls women’s soccer team concluded the 2018 season with a 3-0 win over USCAA-sister institution Judson College. The W played an aggressive offensive and held a great defensive front to close its inaugural season on a high note and finish the year 5-11-0 overall.
MADISONVILLE, Tenn. – The Owls women’s soccer team did it again with another win on the road. The Owls demonstrated great efforts that resulted in a 7-0 match against Hiwassee University on Saturday, Oct. 27. The W moves to 4-11-0 on the season.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - The Owls women’s soccer team dominated Oakwood University on Tuesday, Oct. 23 to gain its third win of the 2018 season. The W put up a tremendous effort on the field and was rewarded with a 11-0 victory over the Ambassadors..
JACKSON, Miss – The Owls women's soccer team defended well against Belhaven University. Even with their tremendous efforts in today's match, the Owls were unable to come out with a win, losing the match 2-0. With the loss, The W moves to 2-11-0 on the season.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – The Owls women's soccer team demonstrated remarkable efforts in the match against LaGrange College on Sunday, Oct. 7 at the Columbus Soccer Complex. In the last home game of the season, the Owls presented a victory against the Panthers, 7-1 improving its season record to 2-10-0.
SEWANEE, Tenn. – The Owls women’s soccer team falls to 1-10 on the season after a 1-0 loss to the Sewanee Tigers on Tuesday, Oct. 2. The W played great defense but was unable to get the offense going in the loss to Sewanee.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – The W women’s soccer team competed tremendously in their match today against Hendrix. This match was definitely a rough compete as the team fell, 2-1, against Hendrix College on Sunday afternoon. The Owls fall to 1-9-0 overall.
MACON, Ga. – The Owls women's soccer team will be back on the road for midweek action as they travel to Macon, Ga. to face Wesleyan College. The Owls (0-6-0) will face the Wolves (0-4-1), a NCAA Division III institution, on Wednesday, Sept. 19.
ITTA BENA, Miss. – The Owls women’s soccer team believed in putting up a great fight and they did. Though there was a great fight, the Owls came up short with a loss of 0-3 against Mississippi Valley State.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – The Owls women’s soccer team used all efforts to defend against Millsaps. The team played extremely hard and kept the match tight, but despite the efforts of today’s match the Owls came up short. With the loss of 1-0.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – The W women’s soccer team will return to its home field when they take on LeTourneau University, a NCAA Division III competitor, on Saturday, Sept. 8. Coming off a road loss against Huntingdon College earlier in the week, the Owls enter Saturday’s match 0-3 on the season while the Yellowjackets are undefeated with a 3-0 record.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. - The Owls women’s soccer team will be back on the road for midweek action as they travel to Montgomery, Ala. to face Huntingdon College. The Owls (0-2-0) will face the Hawks (0-0-2) on Wednesday, Sept. 5.
COLUMBUS, Miss. - The Owls women?s soccer team competed hard throughout their match against East Texas Baptist University on Monday, Sept. 3. Despite their hard efforts in the match, The W was unsuccessful in the win, losing 2-0.
CLEVELAND, Miss. – The Owls women's soccer team competed in a hard-fought battle against Delta State University in their first 2018 season on Saturday, Sept. 1. Despite how hard they played, The W was unable to come out with a win, losing the match 2-0.
Columbus, Miss. – Headed by veteran junior college coach Gray Massey, the first class of Owls women's soccer players bring experience and scholarship to its new positions at the Mississippi University for Women.
Columbus, Miss. – The 2018-19 academic year adds Owls women’s soccer to The W Athletics Department offerings. Headed by veteran junior college Gray Massey, the first class of Owls women’s soccer players brings experience and scholarship to their new positions at the Mississippi University for Women.