2018 Women's Soccer Headlines

  • Quick Goals Give Women's Soccer Trouble Against No. 6 Johns Hopkins
    September 07, 2018
    NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - The nationally-ranked Virginia Wesleyan University women’s soccer team fell, 3-0, to No. 6 Johns Hopkins University Friday evening on the campus of Christopher Newport University. With the loss, the Marlins move to 2-2 on the season while Johns Hopkins jumps to 3-1.
  • First Half Goals Give Women's Soccer Win Over Salisbury
    September 04, 2018
    SALISBURY, Md. - The Virginia Wesleyan University women’s soccer team jumped back into the win column as it shut out Salisbury University, 2-0, Tuesday evening on the road. With the win, the Marlins move to 2-1 on the season while the Seagulls go to 1-2.
  • Women's Soccer Narrowly Edged By No.9 Wisconsin La Crosse
    September 01, 2018
    VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The No. 24 Virginia Wesleyan University women’s soccer team narrowly fell to No. 9 University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Saturday night, 2-1, at Birdsong Field. With the result, both squads move to 1-1 on the early season.
  • Women's Soccer Opens Up Season with 1-0 Win
    August 31, 2018
    VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - The No. 24 Virginia Wesleyan University women’s soccer team (1-0) captured their first win in their season opener over St. Benedict by a final score of 1-0. The Bennies fall to 0-1 on the young season.
  • Women's Soccer Ranked No. 24 in National Preseason Poll
    August 07, 2018
    BLOOMINGTON, Ill. - The Virginia Wesleyan University women’s soccer team has been ranked No. 24 in Division III by the United Soccer Coaches (USC) to start out the 2018 season.
  • Women's Soccer Unveils 2018 Schedule
    June 13, 2018
    VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. – The Virginia Wesleyan University women’s soccer team has unveiled its schedule for the upcoming 2018 season. The Marlins will compete in 18 matches, hosting eight of the them right at Trinder Stadium. Virginia Wesleyan finished last season with a record of 15-7-1, winning the ODAC regular season and also making it past the first round of the NCAA Championship. The Marlins also ended its season ranked No. 24 in the nation.