CLINTON – Ashford University Director of Athletics Andy Eberhart announced on Friday (Jan. 23) that head women's soccer coach Mick Regan has chosen to resign from his position, bringing to an end a decorated 11-year tenure in the purple and gold.
Eberhart stated that assistant coach Daniella Pappas will serve as interim head coach while a national search is conducted for a replacement.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Seven members of the Ashford University women's soccer team were recently recognized by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) as Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes for the 2014 season.
CLINTON – As the third seed in the 2014 Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) Women's Soccer Championship, the Ashford University women's soccer team took on the top two seeds in the tournament and did not allow a goal in 200 minutes of action.
Despite putting forth a strong defensive effort in front of their home fans at South Campus, the 2014 season came to an end for the Saints on Saturday (Nov. 15). After battling the tournament's top seed and the 15th-ranked team in the nation scoreless through 110 minutes of action, Ashford would fall in penalty kicks to Cal State San Marcos, 5-4.
CLINTON, Iowa- Junior Alicia Tamburro provided all the offense the Ashford University women's soccer team needed to advance to their third straight Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) championship game as the third seeded Saints defeated the second seed Georgia Gwinnett College, 1-0, on Friday at South Campus.
CLINTON – On the eve of the 2014 Association of Independent Institutions Women's Soccer Tournament, the announced this year's first team, second team and honorable mention all-conference selections, with six members of the Ashford women's soccer team were among those selected.