With a 2013 MAC Regular Season Championship and a bevy of individual accolades, one would think the women’s soccer season was a rousing success. But when you talk to head coach Scott Hall about the season, you can’t help but feel that they believe something is missing.
Following a Mid-American Conference regular season title, the Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team earned an array of individual awards, including six All-MAC team honors, both Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year awards, as well as the Coach of the Year award.
Behind two goals from senior midfielder Stephanie Clarke, the Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team advanced to the semifinals in the Mid-American Conference tournament after defeating the Ohio University Bobcats 3-0 in the quarterfinal round at Scicluna Field.
Behind two straight second half goals, the Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team earned the Mid-American Conference regular season championship with a 2-1 victory over Western Michigan University at a rain-soaked WMU Soccer Complex on Thursday.
The Eastern Michigan University (10-6-2, 7-2-1 Mid-American Conference) women’s soccer team sent its five seniors out on top, beating the University of Akron Zips 4-1 in the final home game of the regular season at Scicluna Field on Sunday.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team battled the University at Buffalo Bulls to the tune of a 1-1 draw on Friday at Scicluna Field. The draw was the first conference tie the Eagles have had all season.
A pair of second-half goals helped the Eastern Michigan women’s soccer team clinch its spot in the 2013 Mid-American Conference tournament, with a 2-0 victory over Kent State University on Oct. 20 at Zoeller Field.
A controversial goal in double overtime spelled doom for the Eastern Michigan University soccer team, as they were bested by the Miami University RedHawks 1-0 at Scicluna Field. Miami senior midfielder Kayla Zakrzewski found the net with 1:18 remaining in the second overtime to give them the victory.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team fell for the first time in conference play, losing to Ball State University 1-0 on Oct. 11 at Scicluna Field. The loss also snapped Eastern’s six-game winning streak.
When you ask the women’s soccer team to describe sophomore goalkeeper Megan McCabe, one particular trait seems to get repeated.