For the second year in a row, the Loyola women’s soccer team suffered heartbreak in the conference tournament. They lost to the same team, the same way.
The sixth seeded Loyola women’s soccer team is scheduled to square off against the second seeded University of Evansville on Nov. 4 in the MVC semi-finals.
With one game left in the regular season, the Ramblers’ objective is to qualify for the playoffs, preferably getting a bye week for the quarterfinal round in order to go directly to the semifinals.
After a slow start to the season, the Loyola women’s soccer team started conference play 2-0-0. But if Loyola really wants to make a statement in the MVC, it’s going to have to defeat some tough opponents.
The PHOENIX has selected women’s soccer midfielder Ciara Murray after she scored a hat trick on senior night.
After an unproductive first half of the season, the Loyola women’s soccer team is looking to salvage what is left of its season.
After being named No. 2 in the preseason polls for the Missouri Valley Conference, the Loyola women’s soccer team got off to a poor start, dropping its first six games of the season and tying two. The Ramblers were winless until Sept. 18, when Loyola pulled off a 2-1 win over Cal Poly.
The Loyola women’s soccer team had another tough week going 0-2-1 after losses to the University of Wisconsin, Western Michigan University and a tie to Eastern Michigan University. The search for the team’s first win continues as its record falls to 0-5-2.