A tough weekend in Virginia has ASU’s soccer team ready to get back on the field.
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Freshman forward Alexandra Doller gets nervous about being interviewed by reporters. That’s the first thing she’ll say when approached by members of the media, bracing herself for the interview to come.
Heading into their long trip to Virginia, the ASU soccer team was 2-0 and had outscored their opponents 8-0.
When ASU women’s soccer head coach Kevin Boyd was asked if his team thought they could upset No. 4 Virginia (4-0), there was no hesitation in his response.
Redshirt sophomore forward Nicki Stone is finally healthy.
A New York Times report on Aug. 30 indicated that Texas A&M notified the Big-12 that they are leaving the conference.
If the match between ASU and South Carolina was just a couple seconds longer, the Gamecocks would have scored and sent the game to overtime.
Nine days after tying a school record with seven goals, the ASU women’s soccer team will get their first major test of the season when they take on South Carolina.
After the ASU women’s soccer team ran all over the Lumberjacks during Friday’s 7-0 blowout victory, freshman forward Alexandra Doller said the conditioning at ASU was far tougher than it was at Tempe Marcos De Niza High School.
Eventually, the ball had to find the net.
The start of a new season is a fresh beginning. Every team starts undefeated, goals are set, and in Tempe optimism permeates the hot summer air.
If the ASU women’s soccer team is going to qualify for a third straight NCAA tournament, they will have to reload and replace their top scorers from last season.