GRANVILLE, Ohio-- Denison University senior Claire Kolff has been named a finalist for the 16th annual Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup as announced by the award's presenting organization, Athletes for a Better World. Kolff is one of four finalists for the award and the only finalist from an NCAA Division III institution. The other three finalists are Bria Matthews (Georgia Tech), Trent Forrest (Florida State) and Ryan Culhane (Dayton).
KANSAS CITY, MO -- The Oberlin and Hiram women’s soccer teams were recipients of the 2019 College Team Ethics and Sportsmanship award announced by the United Soccer Coaches.
Wooster women's soccer student-athlete Miura Wiley (Cheshire, CT/Cheshire Academy) was named to the 2019 United Soccer Coaches Division III Women's Scholar All-America second team, released Wednesday, Dec. 18. She was previously named to the Division III Scholar All-North/Central Region third team on Monday, Dec. 16.
Wooster women’s soccer student-athletes Claire Davis (Brook Park, OH/Berea-Midpark), Molly Hutter (Wake Forest, NC/Ravenscroft) and Miura Wiley (Cheshire, CT/Cheshire Academy) were named to the 2019 United Soccer Coaches Division III Women’s Scholar All-North/Central Region Second Team, released Monday, Dec. 16.
The United Soccer Coaches released the 2019 NCAA Division III women’s soccer all-region teams on Monday, Nov. 2, and nine North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) student-athletes were named to the Great Lakes Region teams.
DePauw University earned two outright league titles during the fall season to take the early lead in the race for the 2019-20 North Coast Athletic Conference All-Sports Championship.
Wooster junior forward Miura Wiley (Chesire, CT/Chesire Academy) along with DePauw senior midfielder Alex Berkley (Evanston, IL/Evanston) and Kenyon junior defender Caroline McNeer (Winston Salem, NC/Forsythe Country Day) have been named the Players of the Year to highlight the 2019 All-North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) women’s soccer selections.
Wooster held the sixth-ranked team in the nation to one goal, but was eliminated in the second round of the 2019 NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Tournament as Wheaton (IL) defeated the Fighting Scots 1-0.