The WKU women’s soccer team earned a Conference USA Sport Academic Award for the 2014-15 academic year, the league announced on Friday. The award is given to the Conference USA team with the highest overall GPA in each sport. WKU topped the women’s soccer category with a 3.68 cumulative GPA.
WKU Soccer and head coach Jason Neidell announced the Lady Toppers' 2015 schedule on Tuesday afternoon, a slate that includes nine matches at the WKU Soccer Complex, five first-time opponents and three games against 2014 NCAA Tournament teams.
The WKU Soccer team wrapped up its spring preparation for its second season in Conference USA on April 18 with their sixth and final match of the exhibition season against Louisville.
Sophomore Caitlin Hesse and her Lady Topper teammates are sponsoring a 5-year-old girl named Arlyn through Compassion International so she can go to school in Ecuador.
WKU Soccer has announced that its staff and players will be offering a spring break holiday camp in April as a part of the Hilltopper Soccer Academy. The three-day camp will be held April 7-9 at the WKU Soccer Complex.