The Shield

Working toward the same goals

Working toward the same goals

Emma Corry, Staff Writer

November 6, 2018


Filed under Sports

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 tore her retina playing soccer when she was 13. She thought she wouldn’t be able to play college soccer....

Soccer season ends

Sarah Loesch

November 4, 2015


Filed under Sports Briefs

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 ended 8-7-3 overall, a record above .500 for the first time since 2012. 2012 was also ...

Soccer teams ready for season ahead

Soccer teams ready for season ahead

Sarah Loesch

September 1, 2015


Filed under Features, Sports

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 coaches expect more from their team in 2015.   Men’s soccer ended 2014 with a record of 5-9-3 overa...

Eagles snap five-game losing streak

Jimmy Pyles

October 9, 2013


Filed under Sports

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 College. For Potts, this was his first goal as an Eagle, and it came off a pass from junior forward Caleb Mathers. "(Mathers) played a won...

Siblings play for USI soccer teams

Siblings play for USI soccer teams

Pat Hickey

October 2, 2013


Filed under Sports

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 since many of their games are on the same night and location. But rarely, if ever, do they critique...

Emotional win in ‘Gold Game’

Emotional win in ‘Gold Game’

Jimmy Pyles

September 12, 2013


Filed under Sports

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 close friend Chandler lost his fight with brain cancer in the  fourth grade. “He was a close friend of mine, and everything he battled ...

GLVC coaches select preseason picks for soccer

Zane Clodfelter

August 27, 2013


Filed under Sports, Sports Briefs

Southern Indiana men’s and women’s soccer were picked by Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) coaches to finish sixth and ninth respectively in the league respectively out of 16 members in preseason voting. Rockhurst tops the men’s soccer preseason rankings after receiving 14 first places votes...

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