Monsen Named to VaSID All-State Second TeamAfter a successful 2014 season, Southern Virginia University women’s soccer sophomore Tatiana Monsen was named to the Virginia Sports Information Directors All-State second team as announced by the organization Thursday morning.
2014 Women’s Soccer Season RecapThe Southern Virginia University women’s soccer team finished the 2014 season ranked eighth in the Capital Athletic Conference with an overall 6-10-3 record and a 2-6-1 mark in league standings.
Women’s Soccer Receives NSCAA Team Academic AwardThe Southern Virginia University women’s soccer team continued its tradition of academic excellence by receiving a 2013-14 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Women’s Team Academic award as presented by the organization Tuesday morning.
Monsen Named Second Team All-Capital Athletic ConferenceAfter leading the team and the Capital Athletic Conference in goals this season, Southern Virginia University women’s soccer forward Tatiana Monsen was named to the All-CAC second team Tuesday afternoon for her achievements during the year.
Women’s Soccer Nabs Two-Overtime Victory over MarymountSophomore forward Tatiana Monsen’s 16th goal of the season led the Southern Virginia University women's soccer team to its first double overtime victory of the season as the Knights defeated Marymount University, 2-1, Wednesday night in Arlington, Virginia.
Women's Soccer Defeated at Home by York CollegeDespite Kora Jewell’s header in the second half for a score, the Southern Virginia University women's soccer team fell, 3-1, to York College (Pa.) Saturday afternoon at The Fields in Buena Vista, Virginia.
Women’s Soccer Defeated on Road to Wesley CollegeCompeting in a rare morning competition, the Southern Virginia University women’s soccer team fell on the road to host Wesley College by a 1-0 score Saturday morning at Scott Miller Stadium in Dover, Delaware.
Women's Soccer Falls, 2-1, at Christopher NewportThe Southern Virginia University women's soccer team fell 2-1 to the defending CAC regular season champions Christopher Newport University Tuesday evening in Newport News, Virginia, to end a three-game winning streak.
Cox Named CAC Women’s Soccer Defensive Player of the WeekThe Capital Athletic Conference today named Southern Virginia University women’s soccer senior goalkeeper MaKenzie Cox as the Defensive Player of the Week following her performances in the Knights’ 3-0 week last week in games versus Chowan, Christendom and Penn State Harrisburg.
Women's Soccer at ChowanWomen's soccer travels to Murfreesboro, N.C., to take on NCAA Division II opponent Chowan University.
Women’s Soccer to Hold Special Fundraiser at Friday’s GameThe Southern Virginia University women’s soccer team announced today that Friday night’s game against Christendom will be a special fundraising event for Ramiar (Tian-Tian) Farnsworth, a cousin of freshman midfielder Brigitte Judkins.
Women's Soccer at SalisburyWomen's soccer opens CAC play with an away game at Salisbury University (3-3-3) Saturday at 1 p.m. in Salisbury, Md.
Women’s Soccer Falls in Double Overtime at SalisburyDespite Tatiana Monsen’s game-tying goal in the second half, the Southern Virginia University women’s soccer team fell 2-1 to Salisbury University in double overtime Saturday afternoon in Salisbury, Maryland to begin 2014 Capital Athletic Conference play.
Women’s Soccer Earns 5-0 Win over Valley ForgeLed by a hat trick by sophomore Tatiana Monsen, the Southern Virginia University women’s soccer team earned a 5-0 victory over visiting Valley Forge Friday night at The Fields at Southern Virginia University.
Women's Soccer Picks up First Victory of the SeasonSophomore Tatiana Monsen’s first collegiate hat trick led the Southern Virginia University women’s soccer team to its first victory of the season by toppling host Randolph College by a 5-0 score Tuesday night in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Women’s Soccer Settles for Draw at Eastern MennoniteAfter a grueling 110 minutes of play, the Southern Virginia University women’s soccer team settled for a 1-1 double overtime tie as they visited Eastern Mennonite University Wednesday afternoon in Harrisonburg, Virginia.