Conference USA released its All-Academic Women's Soccer teams prior to the start of the C-USA Women's Soccer Championship yesterday and WKU Soccer landed three student-athletes on the two teams in senior Allie Auscherman and sophomores Iris Dunn and Caitlin Hesse.
Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year Lauren Hughes scored in the 16th minute for second-seeded Rice and her goal was enough to down No. 7 WKU 1-0 Wednesday morning in quarterfinal action of the Conference USA Women's Soccer Championship, hosted by Charlotte at Transamerica Field.
WKU Soccer's freshman goalkeeper Allison Leone has been named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team, the league announced Tuesday morning ahead of tomorrow's start to the C-USA Women's Soccer Championship in Charlotte, N.C.
After a 10-win regular season and a 5-5 mark in its inaugural Conference USA campaign, seventh-seeded WKU Soccer heads to Charlotte to take on No. 2 Rice in quarterfinal action Wednesday at the C-USA Women's Soccer Championship. First touch is set for 10 a.m. (CT) at Transamerica Field.
WKU Soccer battled regular-season Conference USA champion North Texas tough for 80 minutes Friday night at the Mean Green Soccer Complex but the Mean Green (14-4-1, 8-1-1 C-USA) scored three goals in the final 10 minutes to down the Lady Toppers (10-7, 5-5 C-USA) in their regular-season finale, 4-0.