Vancouver, Canada is a long way from Philadelphia, but the U.S. Women’s soccer team has a lot of enthusiastic fans here — and that’s helping bar owners in the city score big.
La Salle’s Courtney Niemiec is now playing professional women’s soccer.
For the third straight season, the La Salle women’s soccer team has qualified for the NCAA Tournament. After winning a second straight Atlantic 10 title, the Explorers drew Georgetown in the first round and the two teams will meet on Saturday afternoon.
Once again, the La Salle University women’s soccer team has emerged as a regional power.
By Matt Leon PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The La Salle women’s soccer team is working hard to return to the NCAA Tournament for a second straight year. Even after last night’s non-conference, 2-1 loss to Princeton, […]
For the first time in program history, the La Salle women’s soccer team has qualified for the NCAA Tournament.
In their 14 games this season, La Salle has allowed just three goals. Total.
Not only are they 6-0-1, but they are the only Division I women’s team in the country yet to allow a goal.
Havertown native Sinead Farrelly was the #2 overall pick in this year’s WPS draft, taken by the Independence. The midfielder has played in 12 of 13 games for Philadelphia in this her first season, making 11 starts.
Local soccer fans gathered around TVs over lunch today to watch the US women’s World Cup team beat France and head to Sunday’s championship match.