Women's Soccer

Late Goal Downs Lady Warriors

Release Date: 
October 26, 2010

Wichita, Kan.- A late goal lifted the Friends University Falcons over the Sterling College Lady Warriors on Saturday in women's soccer. The Warriors were unable to find the net, despite hitting the target ten times compared to Friends' three. Friends' Linday Lopez put in a goal on a cornerkick from Breana Jones in the 88th minute to give Friends the 1-0 victory.

Lady Warriors Win; Clinch Home Playoff Game

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November 1, 2010

North Newton, Kan. - With a 4-3 win over the Bethel College Threshers, the Sterling College Lady Warriors Women's Soccer team clinched a tie for third in the KCAC final regular season standings. SC used 15 shots with eight finding the frame to score four goals and win a close game over Bethel.

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Lady Warriors Bring Home Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, Newcomer of the Year, and All-KCAC Team Awards

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November 4, 2010

Sterling, Kan. - The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) has announced the 2010 All-KCAC Women's Soccer Individual Awards and All-Conference Teams. Sterling College senior Kylie Yates has been named the KCAC Offensive 

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Farmer Saves Warriors

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November 5, 2010

 

Sterling, Kan. - In dramatic fashion, the Sterling College Lady Warriors Women's Soccer Team advanced to the Semi-Final Round of the 2010 KCAC Tournament with a shoot-out victory over McPherson. Sterling goalkeeper Paige Farmer came up with four, in lack of a better adjective, ginormous (giant mixed with enormous) saves in the shoot-out to propel the Lady Warriors into the semi-fin

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Women's Soccer Loses in KCAC Semi-Final

Release Date: 
November 11, 2010

Ottawa, Kan. - On Tuesday night in Ottawa, the Sterling College Lady Warriors Women's Soccer Team was knocked out of the 2010 KCAC Women's Soccer Tournament by Ottawa University 2-0. Ottawa used 38 shots with 16 being on target to overcome the Lady Warriors who played from the defensive end most of the match.

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