The Cougars are set to compete in the first round of the NCAA tournament after winning the Ohio Valley Conference championship against SEMO.
Women’s soccer faced UT Martin in their second home game of the season. The Cougars walked away victorious and extended their winning streak to four games, despite rainy weather that created a slick playing field.
Sunday’s Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Championship game marked the end of women’s soccer’s season, as they battled through regulation and two overtime periods to fall to Belmont in a penalty shootout.
Samantha Jones spent much of her time as an SIUE student on the soccer field and, for one season, on the softball field. Roughly four years after graduating, Jones returned to campus: this time as a patrol officer.
Sunday’s women’s soccer match against Southeast Missouri State University started fiercely; the game’s first 15 minutes revolved around the two teams constantly switching sides of play without any time for rest. This intensity was present until the end of the second overtime period, where th…
SIUE fell to Eastern Illinois University after another stressful game on Sunday, losing 0-1 to the Panthers. While the Cougars ended the match without a goal, there was no lack of effort on the field that afternoon.
The women’s soccer team added two more wins to their season last weekend. The Cougars faced off against Austin Peay’s Governors Friday night and Murray State’s Racers Sunday.
This past weekend marked two intense games for the women’s soccer team. Friday night’s game against Eastern Kentucky was the Cougars’ second win of the season.
Men’s soccer finished its preseason Friday in a scoreless game against University of Cincinnati, while women’s soccer lost their season opening match against the University of Kentucky 2-1.
Women’s soccer improved to 2-1 Thursday, August 24, after defeating the Western Illinois University Leathernecks 1-0 on an overtime goal scored by junior attacker Courtney Benning at Korte Stadium.
Following a year filled with success in several programs, SIUE Athletics placed in the top 100 of the Learfield Director’s Cup final standings.
The women’s soccer team stumbled over the weekend, losing twice at home to Morehead State University 2-1 on Friday, and Tennessee Technological University 1-0 on Sunday, Oct. 11.
On Friday, Oct. 2, the Cougars faced Jacksonville State University. The game went into overtime, but Jacksonville scored the only goal of the game, causing the Cougars to fall.
On Friday, Sept. 25, the women’s soccer team went into double overtime against Southeast Missouri State University, but the game ended in a draw. On Sunday, Sept. 27, the team took a fall against the University of Tennessee at Martin with the game ending 1-0.
The women’s soccer team ended the weekend with a 7-0 shutout against Chicago State University after a 1-point loss in overtime to the University of Illinois at Chicago. Head Coach Derek Burton said the weekend ended favorably.
The women’s soccer team competed in two games this weekend in Tulsa, Okla. Their first game against Tulsa University ended in a 2-0 loss. Head Coach Derek Burton said the long travel time gave the Cougars a rough first half.
The 2014 season for the women’s soccer team was a historic one that saw the Cougars win its first Ohio Valley Conference title and make the NCAA Tournament.
Eight tennis athletes — four men and four women — were honored Friday, July 17 by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association for their work in the classroom.
The women’s soccer team was able to hold off No. 17 University of Kentucky for 110 minutes on Saturday, Nov. 15, but lost in penalty kicks 4-2.
The women’s soccer team continued its historic season at the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament, winning its first title in the program’s history with two victories.
The SIUE student group Goalkeepers held a children’s cancer fundraising carnival at Korte Stadium in conjunction with the women’s soccer team this weekend.
The SIUE women’s soccer team was eliminated in the second round of the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Saturday, ending the Cougar’s season with an overall record of 13-5-3.
The SIUE women’s soccer team ended the regular season with a 2-1 victory over Eastern Illinois (6-13 overall, 6-4 Ohio Valley Conference) on Sunday. The win gives the team an overall record of 12-4-3 and a 6-3-1 record in the OVC.
The SIUE women’s soccer team went 1-1 this weekend, losing Friday to Southeast Missouri and beating UT Martin, the top team in the Ohio Valley Conference, Sunday.
The SIUE women’s soccer team collected its first Ohio Valley Conference victory of the year Friday, defeating Eastern Kentucky 2-1 at Korte Stadium.
The SIUE women’s soccer team’s streak of games without a loss ended Friday when the team lost 1-0 to Tennessee Tech at Korte Stadium.
After three weeks at Korte Stadium, the SIUE women’s soccer team traveled to North Dakota, where it won one match and drew another.
The SIUE women’s soccer team extended its undefeated streak to six games after a 1-1 draw against Loyola on Friday and a 1-0 victory over Missouri State on Sunday, making its overall record 5-1-1.
The SIUE women’s soccer team improved its record to 4-1 this weekend after beating Saint Louis University 1-0 Friday night and Indiana State 1-0 Sunday. The win against the Sycamores was the Cougars’ fourth in a row.
The SIUE women’s soccer team won its home opener 2-0 over Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis on Friday night. The victory gave the team a record of 2-1-0 for the season.