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Inaugural women’s soccer head coach Paul Scicluna is one of seven individuals to be inducted into the Eastern Michigan University athletics hall of fame as announced on Wednesday afternoon by the E-Club Alumni Chapter. Scicluna coached the EMU women’s soccer team from its first year in 1994 until 1999 when he passed away tragically while recruiting for the team.
After finishing the 2014-2015 season with a record of 11-7-4, EMU Soccer head coach Scott Hall was faced with the task of filling spots on his roster left by the departing of six players.
When a hard-fought season comes to an abrupt end in extra time of a tournament playoff game against a rival school, you can assume that the players on the losing team would feel defeated and deflated.This was the case for the girls on the Eastern Michigan University soccer team last year when it fell by a score of 3-2 to Western Michigan University in the first round of the Mid-American Conference tournament.
The Eastern Michigan University women's soccer team hosted Oakland University Sunday afternoon in a pre-season exhibition match that saw the Eagles secure a 5-1 victory at Scicluna Field.
Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team traveled to Ann Arbor on Friday
evening to try and secure the first victory against the University of Michigan
in it’s programs history, but instead brought an 8-1 loss back to Ypsilanti.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team dropped its third consecutive game on Friday evening when they lost 7-0 to No.
Senior Megan Trapp scored the Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer teams’ lone goal Sunday when the Eagles traveled to Chicago and defeated Loyola-Chicago 1-0.The match was a part of the Loyola Invitational in Chicago, Ill., where the Eagles (1-3) were trampled 7-0 earlier in the weekend by a ranked DePaul University.
Redshirt freshman Kristin Nason scored two goals against the University of Illinois-Chicago on Sunday afternoon in Ypsilanti where the Eagles were victorious in the team’s home opener for the 2015-2016 season.The Sunday afternoon bout was the first to be played at Scicluna Field this season, where Nason has been red-hot dating back to preseason exhibition matches in July.
On Saturday, September 12, Eastern Michigan University will host its third annual international soccer tournament.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team was defeated 1-0 by the University of Detroit-Mercy on Thursday afternoon, after a goal was scored in the 89th minute by the Titans.The Eagles (2-4-1) were incapable of capitalizing on multiple scoring chances throughout the game, which allowed the Titans (3-4) to keep the game level until the closing seconds of the match where they took advantage of a free kick to hand the Eagles their fourth loss of the season.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team hosted the University of Miami-Ohio Redhawks in a Mid-American Conference match-up on Sunday, in which the Eagles fell 1-0 to a set-piece goal in the team’s second game at Scicluna Field.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team took a hard defeat on Friday afternoon when the University of Buffalo came to town and defeated the Eagles 1-0 on a cold, windy day at Scicluna Field.
Junior Ellie Tillar scored a beautiful headed goal late in the game to send the Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team past the University of Akron by a score of 3-2 on Sunday afternoon in Ypsilanti.Using its ninth different starting lineup in 12 games, Eastern Michigan (4-7-1; 1-3-0 MAC) scored three goals, two of which being put in the goal off of set pieces to try and catch momentum and beat the Akron.
November 2nd, 2014 may be a date that lives in painful recent memory for coaches, players and fans of the Eastern Michigan University soccer program.
The Eastern Michigan University soccer team traveled to Mount Pleasant Friday evening, and played the Central Michigan University Chippewas to a 0-0 draw after the game went to double overtime.It was a tight game on a cold, windy night in Mount Pleasant that saw plenty of scoring chances for both the Eagles (4-7-2; 1-3-1 MAC) and the Chippewas (3-7-2; 2-2-1 MAC). But after 110 minutes the game ended just as it began and no team came out ahead to take an important three points in the Mid-American Conference standings.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team traveled to the University of Toledo on Sunday afternoon and took a disappointing 1-0 loss to the Rockets, putting the Eagles in a bind as the post-season approaches.Eagles (4-8-2, 1-4-1 MAC) goalkeeper Megan McCabe took the loss despite making five saves in her second start back from injury, while the Eagles mustered only three shots on goal.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team took a road-trip through Ohio over the weekend, making stops at Ohio University and Kent State University.
The Eastern Michigan University women's soccer team has used over 10 different starting line-ups in 15 matches played during the 2015 season.So the question going into the end of the season not only becomes what starting 10 outfield players head coach Scott Hall puts on the field, but also, who Hall selects to play goalkeeper as the last defense for the Eagles.
Sunday afternoon’s match between Eastern Michigan University and Northern Illinois University at Scicluna Field was a must-win for the Eagles, but instead ended in a 1-1 draw.
The Eastern Echo received a copy of a 2014 and 2015 athletic budget from an anonymous source inside the Eastern Michigan Student Government.