With a superstar at Virginia and a potential super team at UCLA, this is sure to be a high-wattage season in college soccer. Graham Hays looks ahead with five burning questions.
Kodi Lavrusky gave UCLA its first NCAA women's soccer title Sunday, scoring in the 97th minute to lift the Bruins past Florida State 1-0 in overtime in cold and rainy conditions.
Jamia Fields led Florida State to the NCAA Women's College Cup final, scoring twice in the second half in the Seminoles' 3-2 victory over Virginia Tech on Friday night.
The four No. 1 seeds in the NCAA women's soccer tournament are all from the ACC.
Transplanting the scoring touch of transfer Taylor Uhl, a bioengineering major, onto the Stanford soccer team has proven to be what the Cardinal needed to become whole.
Paige Nielsen gave up guaranteed playing time -- and a chance to be at the same school as her beloved Nebraska Cornhuskers football team -- to become part of North Carolina's storied soccer program.
Wanting to make her own name, Jackie Stengel didn't follow her All-American sister, Katie, to Wake Forest. She didn't stay far away, though, choosing to play down the road at NC State.
Our five burning questions for the women's college soccer season has a familiar focus: Can anyone knock defending and 21-time national champion North Carolina off its perch?
A volunteer group of 16 former NCAA soccer players and four coaches spread their love of the game to the girls of Nicaragua, learning valuable life lessons along the way.
North Carolina tops No. 1 seed BYU. Maybe it was an upset. Maybe it wasn't. It was definitely a game anyone with a ticket was fortunate to see.
The NCAA soccer field has been whittled to eight teams. Graham Hays has all you need to know about the tournament, including how these teams have survived and what to expect in the quarterfinal matchups.
From last weekend's top performances to this weekend's best matchups, here's all you need to know about the NCAA soccer tournament.
With a 4-1 win against La Salle, the Cavaliers remained one of just five teams to make the second round every year since 2001, when the field expanded to 64.
A number of ACC teams are poised to challenge for the College Cup. But with the championship held in San Diego, No. 1 Stanford plans to keep the trophy in California.
Standouts like Brandi Chastain and Heather O'Reilly learned how to handle the big time in the NCAA tournament.
A standout goalkeeper and her scrappy teammates have reeled off three big wins in the NCAA soccer tournament and unflinchingly eye top seed Wake Forest.