Records are meant to be broken, but they are not supposed to be broken easily.
The score spoke for itself Sunday, Sept. 8. The Elon University women's soccer team welcomed High Point University to Rudd Field and just as quickly as they got to the game, the Phoenix dispatched the Panthers with a convincing 5-0 victory. Becoming somewhat of a rivalry game in recent years for the ...
Only six players competed in all 22 of the Elon University women’s soccer team’s matches during the 2012 season.
With just two days to prepare for the Greensboro College Pride after the Elon University women's soccer team's game Sunday Sept.
Isaac Newton’s Third Law of Motion states, “For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.” Little did Newton know, his law would be used for more than just science. The Elon University women’s soccer team brought the law into the world of sports with its 2013 recruiting class — one that features 12 new additions to the team as well as two transfers, both of which came from Clemson University. With numerous knee injuries, including multiple torn ACLs in 2012, the Phoenix had a lot of question marks entering the season — ones that could only be remedied by bringing in more recruits as insurance. “Initially, the recruiting class started off as a smaller class,” said Elon head coach Chris Neal.
During the 2012 NCAA soccer season, Elon University watched one team sweep the Southern Conference regular season and tournament championships on its way to a second straight NCAA tournament appearance.
With numerous thunderstorms and severe weather coming through the Elon-area Sunday Sept. 1, the Elon University women's soccer team's match against the University of North Carolina at Charlotte was cancelled. The game was originally pushed back from its 7 p.m.
Easing into the season, the Elon University women's soccer team will take the field Sunday night, Sept.
Through 84 minutes on Sunday Aug. 25, the Elon University women’s soccer team had dominated the East Carolina University Pirates. That all changed with six minutes remaining in regulation, as the Pirates converted on their second corner kick of the match to all but pull the rug out from under the Phoenix, who at the time owned heavy shots and corner kick margins of 13-1 and 21-2, respectfully. That is if the Pirates could hold on. Three minutes later, the Phoenix tied the game with a goal from senior Chelsey Stark to knot the game at one.
To polish off her career in maroon and gold, senior defender Claire O’Keeffe was named to the third-team 2012 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Women’s University Division Scholar All-South Region Team on Friday, Dec.
MVP: Kate Murphy The argument could be made that then entire back line of the Elon defense could be the team MVP, but the title can only be given to one person.
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Five years ago, Elon University women’s soccer coach Chris Neal was hired to turn around a program that had just completed its eighth consecutive losing season. With the new coach came a new slogan: “Together.” “This was a program that needed acialis buy new direction and needed everybody to be on board,” Neal said.
“It just wasn’t meant to be,” Elon University women’s soccer head coach Chris Neal said following Friday’s double overtime loss to Georgia Southern University in the semifinals of the Southern Conference tournament. Freshman forward Emily Hirano gave the eighth-seeded Eagles the victory in the 102nd minute on a header from six yards out. “They created a two versus one with (junior midfielder) Kimmie Krauss on the left side,” Neal said.
It’s a phrased termed by Elon University men’s soccer coach Darren Powell about the Southern Conference tournament in November: “Three days in November.” The women’s soccer team, behind the second goal of the season from senior midfielder Jaclyn Wood, knocked off the fourth seeded Appalachian State Mountaineers on Sunday, Oct.
Throw everything you learned from the regular season out the door. It’s tournament time. Welcome to…October? That’s right.
“Holy crap, holy crap, holy crap. What’s going on?” After the Elon University women’s soccer team defeated fourth-seeded Appalachian State in the first round of the Southern Conference tournament Sunday 1-0, those were the words head coach Chris Neal uttered when he got back on the bus to come home. What was he reacting to? He wasn’t reacting to his team beating Appalachian State.
If you asked his players what they thought of him, they would give a wide range of answers looking something like this: “He doesn’t take anything seriously,” said Kimmie Krauss, a junior midfielder on the Elon University women’s soccer team.
The Elon University women’s soccer team has finished in fifth place in the Southern Conference standings following a 2-0 loss to conference champion and cross-town rival University of North Carolina at Greensboro. “Give (UNC)-Greensboro a lot of credit,” Elon head coach Chris Neal said.
It’s been a long road filled with injuries and disappointment this season for the Elon University women’s soccer team, but, the regular season comes to a close tonight against cross-town rival University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Holding a 6-7-6 record overall, with a 4-2-4 record in conference play, the Phoenix will take on the Spartans in search of locking up the fifth seed in the conference tournament set to start on Sunday, Oct.