Sophomore midfielder, Kendra Heim, and junior defender, Tamara Nagle, are the two newest Southern Virginia University women's soccer players to be named to the Virginia Sports Information Directors All-State team, placing on the second team or the 2010 season.
Freshman forward, Bryndel Kindred, has made Southern Virginia University women's soccer history, as she was named to the NAIA All-Independent Second Team, and became the first soccer player to earn this award.
Looking to continue a dominant streak in the USCAA National Tournament, the Southern Virginia University women's soccer team scored a late goal from Meagen Varney to record a 1-0 win over Florida College in the national semi-final.
The Southern Virginia University women’s soccer team defeated Vermont Technical College 3-0 Friday afternoon in the opening round of the USCAA Women’s Soccer National Championship. With the victory, second-seeded Southern Virginia advances to the semi-final round of the national championship where it will face third-seeded Florida College. The semi-final match between Southern Virginia University and Florida College is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 6 at 1:00 p.m.
After going 9-6-1 in regular season play, the Southern Virginia University women's soccer team was awarded the number two seed in the eight-team USCAA National Soccer Championship. The second-seeded Knights will face the tournament's seventh seed and host school, Vermont Technical College, today at 1:30 p.m.
With another strong defensive effort, the Southern Virginia University womens soccer team defeated Ferrum College at Penn-Roediger Field Thursday evening, 1-0, to extend its current unbeaten streak to eight games.
With hat-tricks from sophomore Kendra Heim and freshman Bryndel Kindred and two additional goals from junior Maddie Wiscombe, the Southern Virginia University women’s soccer team defeated visiting Mountain State University 8-2 in Tuesday’s “Kick for the Cure” breast cancer research fundraiser match.
Fans of Southern Virginia volleyball and women's soccer are encouraged to wear pink and support both teams Oct. 19 when they host Eastern Mennonite and Mountain State, respectively, in a breast cancer awareness fundraiser.
Although the Southern Virginia University womens soccer team dominated possession in Fridays double-overtime match outshooting visiting Chowan University 34-4 on the afternoon the Knights were unable to punch in a goal in front of the homecoming crowd and played the Hawks to a 0-0 tie.
The Southern Virginia University womens soccer team extended its winning streak to three games Friday evening with a dominate 7-0 home victory over Christendom College. The Knights scored five goals in the first period and added two more in the second as they moved to 5-5 on the season.
The Southern Virginia University womens soccer team followed Saturdays win at NCAA D.II Ohio Valley University with an impressive 2-1 victory Monday afternoon over the visiting NCAA D.II Shepherd University Rams. Southern Virginias consecutive victories mark the Knights first winning streak of the 2010 season.
Despite outshooting the visiting University of Charleston 14-11 in Tuesdays match, the Southern Virginia University womens soccer team could not recover from a first half deficit and fell to the NCAA D.II Golden Eagles, 2-1.
Led by a gritty performance from goalie Mariah Flake, the Southern Virginia University womens soccer team defeated the Greensboro College Pride 2-0 in front of a home crowd on a beautiful, fall Saturday in Buena Vista, Va.
The Southern Virginia women's soccer team was facing off against its third NCAA D.I opponent of the young season, and despite moments of improvement, Liberty proved to be too much for the Knights, winning 6-0.
The Southern Virginia Women's Soccer team was looking to get a second win of the season, and move to .500 on the year, but an early Shenandoah goal proved to be all that the hosts would need, as they won 1-0.
Melanee Guymon's double overtime goal broke a 0-0 tie in the 102nd minute of play and lifted the visiting Southern Virginia Women's Soccer team to victory over their host, the Eastern Mennonite Lady Royals.