DAVENPORT, Iowa – Early in the 2014 season, luck has been hard to come by for the #20-ranked Ashford University women's soccer team. On Sunday (Aug. 31) afternoon, the Saints found a little late game magic to earn their first win of the 2014 campaign.
Junior Rochelle Douglas recorded her first career multi-goal game, included the game winner with just over five minutes to play as the Saints (1-3) downed #10th-ranked Robert Morris University (Ill.) at the Davenport Soccer Complex.
DAVENPORT, Iowa – On Saturday (Aug. 30) afternoon, the #20-ranked Ashford University women's soccer team took the pitch at the Davenport Soccer Complex in search of their first win of the year. Standing in their way were the Yellow Jackets of Graceland University.
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – For the second time in less than 24 hours, the #20-ranked Ashford University women's soccer took to the pitch in search of their first win of the 2014 season, this time against the Wildcats of Baker University.
Junior Ali Tamburro netted her first goal of the year, but for the second consecutive game a late goal by their opponent proved to be the deciding goal as the Wildcats recorded a 2-1 upset win, dropping the Saints to 0-2 on the season.
OLATHE, Kan. – The #20-ranked Ashford University women's soccer team kicked off the 2014 regular season on Friday afternoon. Standing across the pitch at Pioneer Field were the host Pioneers of MidAmerica Nazarene University.
After falling behind early in the first half, the Saints would bounce back to even up the contest midway through the opening 45 minutes. But a late goal by the Pioneers' Kalyn Pfaff proved to be the Saints' downfall as MidAmerica Nazarene grabbed a 2-1 upset victory.
CLINTON – For the second consecutive year, youth will be served for the Ashford University women's soccer team, which gets set to begin the 2014 campaign. One year removed from a 13-4 record and a spot at the top of the Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) regular season standings, this year's version of the Saints is going to be much different than the one from a year ago.