Topic: Women’s Soccer


Women’s soccer falls on road in OT

September 15, 2014 0 comments

The women’s soccer team suffered its second defeat of the season Sunday in Florida, losing 1-0 to Florida Atlantic University in an overtime game.

Mikela Waldman ’18 started playing soccer in kindergarten. Twelve years later, she shines as one of Bruno’s starting strikers.


Athlete of the Week: First-year phenom delivers late-game heroics to stun St. John’s

September 12, 2014 0 comments

Mikela Waldman ’18 let neither nerves nor inexperience get to her in her first collegiate game.

Captain Chloe Cross ’15 aims a penalty kick. The forward already has two goals this season and was recognized with an Ivy League Co-Player of the Week selection.


Friars hand women’s soccer first loss of season

September 12, 2014 0 comments

In a matchup against its cross-town competitor, the women’s soccer team suffered its first loss of the season Thursday in a 1-0 defeat against PC.

Midfielder Allie Reilly ’15 swings a corner kick into the box from the left corner. Reilly has established herself as a consistent starter for a Bears midfield that has produced a goal and an assist in two games this season.


Women’s soccer completes two comebacks, kicks off season with perfect weekend

September 8, 2014 0 comments

The women’s soccer team pulled off 2-1 wins over St. John’s University (3-2-0) and the University of Delaware (2-3-0) to start the season.


Cross ’15 aims to lead women’s soccer into Storm

September 5, 2014 0 comments

Head Coach Phil Pincince and the women’s soccer team will have their work cut out for them Friday as they start their 2014 campaign.

The face of the women’s soccer team will be changing drastically as it will lose eight seniors, including captain Mika Siegelman ’14 (far right), and usher in a new class of seven recruits for the 2014 season.  Herald file photo.


Anchored by eight seniors, women’s soccer finishes third in Ivy League

December 2, 2013 0 comments

The Bears boasted four All-Ivy second team selections after an improved league record.

Members of the class of 2014 played the last two games of their college soccer careers this weekend, which for most marked the end of their time playing competitive soccer.


Senior women’s soccer players end careers with two wins

November 11, 2013 0 comments

The Bears ended their season ranked third in the Ivy League after defeating Yale last weekend.

Conference losses drop women’s soccer to fourth in Ivy League


Conference losses drop women’s soccer to fourth in Ivy League

November 5, 2013 0 comments

Bruno went winless despite solid goaltending, stingy defense and many offensive chances.

Captain Mika Siegelman ’14 scored the golden goal in the Bears’ victory over Big Red, maintaining second place ahead of their matchup with Penn.


Women’s soccer remains tied for second in Ivy League standings

October 29, 2013 0 comments

Mika Siegelman ’14 scored the game-winner against Cornell after the team lost to Dartmouth.

Forward Chloe Cross ’15 leads the squad with five goals this season and scored the initial goal in the seventh minute of play before Harvard caught up in the 26th and finished with a two-goal advantage.


Women’s soccer misses chance to lead Ivy conference

October 20, 2013 1 comment

Despite an early goal scored by Chloe Cross ’15, the Crimson pulled ahead with two goals off of set plays.