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Defender Colton Walsh manuvers around McKendree as the second half of the game comes to a close.

Men’s soccer team loses first conference game

Patrick Baker and Holly Hodge September 12, 2021

University men’s soccer team lost to McKendree University Sunday.  The Screaming Eagles came up short after a hard-fought ninety minutes, losing 1-0 to McKendree University at home. This was the...

Forward Katlyn Andors chases after the ball against Trevecca Nazarene. The womens soccer team won opening game 2-0.

Women’s soccer team kicks off season with victory

Shelby Clark and Patrick Baker September 2, 2021

Women’s soccer team wins the season opener at home.  The soccer team defeated Trevecca Nazarene University 2-0 in the season-opening game Thursday evening.  Brenna Frommelt, freshman forward...

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Volleyball and Soccer are postponed

Stewart Brooking, Sports Editor August 26, 2020

On July 27 2020 the GLVC made the decision to postpone high-risk contact sports such as Volleyball and Men’s and Women’s soccer. Men’s Soccer Men’s Soccer is one of the fall sports that are...

Junior forward follows new path to field

Junior forward follows new path to field

Nik Cunningham, Sports Editor February 4, 2020

Maggie Winter grew up in a family that didn’t play sports, she started playing soccer simply because she wanted to. “I originally started playing when I went to kindergarten,” Winter said. “I...

Eric Schoenstein, the newly appointed head coach of women’s soccer, talks to players last year during a game. Schoenstein spent two years as assistant coach before he was hired to replace former head coach Krissy Engelbrecht.

Hopes for the future

Nik Cunningham March 26, 2019

The women’s soccer team will play in the NCAA Division 1 for the second year in a row. Head Coach Eric Schoenstein is very excited. “We’re in the best shape we’ve ever been in as a program,...

The mens soccer team huddles together during a game.

Warming up for the final go

Jeana Everhart, Staff Writer February 5, 2019

Jonathan Faas will lace up his soccer cleats for the last time this season. “I haven’t really processed it yet,” the junior business administration major said. “It’s a little sad just...

The women’s soccer team played their last game Nov. 2. The team tied with Rockhurst University and went into double overtime, but failed to advance in the Great Lakes Valley Conference tournament due to penalty kicks.

Working toward the same goals

Emma Corry, Staff Writer November 6, 2018

Kennedy Moore has played soccer since she was about three and a half years old. Growing up in Evansville, the senior marketing major played in many different leagues and club soccer teams. Moore...

Soccer season ends

Sarah Loesch November 4, 2015

USI men’s soccer lost the first game of the GLVC Tournament, ending their season with a 1-0 loss. The team played Rockhurst University, which is ranked seventh in the conference. The university season...

Senior Defender, Lucas Woodford, sport management major works on ball handling skills during a Friday afternoon practice.

Soccer teams ready for season ahead

Sarah Loesch September 1, 2015

The 2014 men’s soccer had a “disappointing” season and the women’s ended with a “rough” record, at least according to their respective head coaches Mat Santoro and Krissy Engelbrecht. Both...

Eagles snap five-game losing streak

Jimmy Pyles October 9, 2013

The Eagles broke a five-game losing streak after sophomore forward Brandon Potts scored the difference making goal late in the second half, putting Southern Indiana up 3-2 against Saint Joseph’s...

Siblings play for USI soccer teams

Siblings play for USI soccer teams

Pat Hickey October 2, 2013

USI soccer players Miles and McKinsey Durham share many similarities, but they don’t talk to each other much about the game they play. Oftentimes, they have the opportunity to watch each other play...

Eagles player Colton Tanner keeps the ball away from a KWC player during last weeks Gold Game.

Emotional win in ‘Gold Game’

Jimmy Pyles September 12, 2013

For John Rohling, the second annual “Gold Game” game was more important than most. Sophomore defender/midfielder Rohling sat on the sidelines and watched the effects pediatric cancer when his...

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