Charleston, W.V. – On Wednesday, Oct. 30, the USCAA announced the 2013 women’s soccer All-American teams. The USCAA honors 15 First Team, 15 Second Team, and 20 Honorable Mention student-athletes. Sophomore Amanda Loebker was named to the All-American First Team and senior Samantha Morrison was named to the All-American Honorable Mention Team.
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Ind. – The SMWC soccer team concluded its 2013 season yesterday with a team scrimmage. The team was scheduled to play their final game against USCAA opponent Ohio Midwestern University. Unfortunately, Ohio Midwestern had suffered injuries, was short of players, and decided not to come.
Belleville, Ill. – It was another tough day for the SMWC soccer team in Belleville, Illinois, on Saturday against the Lynx of Lindenwood-Belleville. The Lynx showed their ability from the opening whistle, taking much of the game to the Pomeroys, but SMWC held on and defended for 83 minutes, counterattacking in rare moments and taking several more serious injuries, including two concussions. The dam broke late in the game and the Lynx were able to put three scores on the board in the last six minutes for a 3-0 victory.
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Ind. – After two straight games on the road, the SMWC soccer team found themselves back at home on Tuesday against the Lady Oaks of Oakland City University. It was a typical cold and wet fall afternoon at The Woods as both teams squared off in their second meeting of the season. After falling behind 2-0 at the half, the Pomeroys were unable make a comeback and eventually fell to the visitors by a final score of 4-1.
St. Catharine, Ky. - The SMWC soccer team traveled to Saint Catharine College on Saturday for a match with the Patriots on a blustery, wet day in Kentucky, still missing senior midfielder Julie Debish and sophomore defender Dulce Chavez. The Patriots came in with a 10-4 record and were fourth in the Mid South Athletic Conference standings. The Pomeroys took the run of play in the first half, but eventually fell 3-1.