The WKU women’s soccer program has announced its 2016 summer camp dates and times. The Hilltopper Soccer Academy will host four camps this summer, including an Elite Individual and Goalkeeper Camp (July 8-10), Girl’s Competition Camp (July 10), Girl’s Team Camp (July 10-14) and a Half Day Camp (July 18-22).
The WKU women’s soccer team put the finishing touches on their spring season with the annual Alumni Game on April 16. The Lady Toppers finished with a 5-1 record in the spring and strong showings in two 7v7 tournaments.
The WKU women’s soccer team kicked off the weekend with the annual awards banquet on Friday night in the Harbaugh Stadium Club and ended with the WKU Friends of Jaclyn Foundation 7v7 tournament hosted at the Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium on Saturday.
Former WKU goalkeeper Nora Abolins has signed to play professionally for QBIK Karlstad in Elitettan, the second-highest division in Sweden. The 2016 season begins in April for Abolins and QBIK.
After losing three seniors from the 2015 season, WKU Soccer head coach Jason Neidell and coaching staff hit the road and reloaded the roster with six signees in the 2016 class.