WKU Soccer hosted its third Friends of Jaclyn 7v7 Tournament at Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium on Saturday and raised over $1,200.00 for the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation.
WKU Soccer put the finishing touches on its inaugural season in Conference USA Friday night as it celebrated a 10-win 2014 campaign with its annual award banquet at Downing Student Union.
WKU Soccer will host its third Friends of Jaclyn Foundation/WKU 7v7 Soccer Tournament on Saturday at Houchens Industries-L.T Smith Stadium. The event will benefit The FOJ Foundation, whose mission is to improve the quality of life for children battling pediatric brain tumors and raise awareness about the disease.
After playing the 2014 season with 18 underclassmen and losing just one senior to graduation WKU Soccer coach Jason Neidell reloaded his roster with seven more youngsters on Thursday with the announcement of seven prep stars signing National Letters of Intent to play with the Lady Toppers in 2015.
WKU Soccer head coach Jason Neidell announced the addition of Cynthiana, Ky. native Taylor Fry to the 2015 Lady Topper roster on Monday morning.