The Muskingum women's soccer team was one of only 15 men's or women's collegiate soccer programs across the nation to be honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America with the prestigious NSCAA Ethics/Sportsmanship Gold Award for 2016. In addition, the Muskies were also awarded the NSCAA Team Academic Award.
Muskingum sophomore Amanda Sias scored her first career goal in the 88th minute off an assist from junior Natalie O'Dell to lead the Muskies against Baldwin Wallace on Saturday. However, the Yellow Jackets left New Concord with a 4-1 win.
The Muskingum women's soccer team observed a moment of silence prior to the contest with Westminster on Sunday night in commemoration of 9/11. The Titans handed the Muskies a 1-0 setback, which marked the third straight game Muskingum has lost by one goal.
The Muskingum women's soccer team celebrated its 20th Annual Parents' Day against Franciscan on Saturday in McConagha Stadium. Despite the Muskies scoring first, the Barons rallied past Muskingum 2-1 in double overtime.
The Muskingum University women’s soccer team, under the direction of veteran and enthusiastic Head Coach Mary Beth Caudill, will look to contend for a top-tier spot in the Ohio Athletic Conference during the 2016 campaign.