Club alumni are playing college soccer all over the country this year - with top 25 teams, against top 25 teams, in the South, on the West Coast, on the East Coast, and of course all over the Midwest. Read what they are all doing!
Cara Walls and McKenna Meuer have led Wisconsin to 7-1 start, tied for the best start in program history before a tough 2-1 loss to Michigan on Sunday. Walls is leading the team in goals, and started every game until this past weekend when she was sidelined with a minor injury. Meuer has also started every game in the record-setting start, and Holly Heckendorf has appeared in 4 games this season.
Mady Vicker, Jacie Jermier, and Mary Luba have been every-day starters for Marquette, and freshman Caroline Fink and senior Maggie Edlebeck have been regular contributors for the team. After a tough road loss to number 12 Texas A&M, Marquette starts a 4-game home stand on Friday night. Marquette lost to UW-Milwaukee 5-4 last week, in what will probably be one of the most entertaining games of the year in college soccer. Luba and Fink had a goal, and Jermier and Vicker each had an assist for Marquette in the game. Cassidy Blanchard started in defense for UW-Milwaukee and Erin Corrigan came on late. Olivia Wright did not appear for UWM.
Maddie Pung scored the game winning goal for Florida Atlantic in a 1-0 win over Brown on Sunday. Check out her interview!
Brittany Von Reuden started and went 90 minutes to help lead #13 Notre Dame to a 2-1 win over Toledo.
Justine Hovden and the Baylor Bears dropped a 1-2 decision to Illinois State.
Val Gonyo, Monica Gonyo and Mariah Vichich have led Loyola to a 3-4 start to the season, winding up a tough road trip to New Mexico with a 4-2 loss against the Lobos. The trio have contributed every game.
Jackie Wandt made her return from a broken leg last fall for Northern Illinois in a 0-1 loss to SIU-Edwardsville.
After a stellar freshman season at Oklahoma State, goalkeeper Michaela Ongaro will miss this season with a torn ACL but will look to return to her award-winning form in 2015.
Goalkeeper Katie McCormick has transferred to the University of Oregon for the 2014 season.
Goalkeeper Elyse Hansen is a freshman at Florida Gulf Coast, who dropped an 0-2 game to #16 South Carolina last weekend.
Goalkeeper Mollie Rosen is a freshman at Northeastern University, which is currently riding a 3-game unbeaten streak.
Mary Elizabeth Bender is a freshman at Duke, which is currently ranked #25 in the country with a 4-4 record, and Emma Keckeisen is a freshmen at Western Illinois. Sophia Donofrio is a freshman at Iowa State University. Mary Erickson is a sophomore at Northwestern University.
Emma Scarro and East Carolina dropped an 0-3 loss to #3 Virginia Tech on Sunday.