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Wed, 07 Dec 2016 17:51:00 ESTThree Stephen F. Austin seniors were selected among the ranks of 19 other individuals for the 2016 Southland Conference All-Academic teams. SFA was among Central Arkansas, Houston Baptist, and Northwestern State who had three players each selected to this year’s All-Academic teams. Senior Amanda Doyle and senior Brooke Dunnigan were named first team honorees, while senior Lillie Ehlert received second team honors, the league announced on Wednesday afternoon.
Wed, 30 Nov 2016 10:46:00 ESTThe Stephen F. Austin Ladyjack trio of midfielder Hanna Barker, forward Breanna Moore, and defender Brooke Dunnigan, have been named to the 2016 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Region Teams. Barker was selected for All-Region First Team, and Dunnigan and Moore were chosen for Second Team honors, the NSCAA announced on Tuesday.
Tue, 29 Nov 2016 14:29:00 ESTThe Stephen F. Austin Soccer program is excited to announce a one day, Winter College Soccer ID camp to be held on Sunday, Dec 18, 2016. The camp will be for girls grades 8th-12th and will offer all participants a challenging, but learning experience. The one day camp is a great opportunity for any soccer player looking to play at the next level.
Mon, 07 Nov 2016 09:48:00 ESTSenior Kelly Ann Craig started playing soccer when she was about three years old. She played FFPS in elementary and middle school. “I had a league with all my friends, and it was parent coached. It was so much fun,” said Craig. She then decided to take things to the next level and switched into the Albion Hurricanes FC until she came to college. Craig not only played soccer but also played several years on a lacrosse team. Team Texas was the name. “I was kind of really into it,” Craig explained. “They are kind of similar in the way that they play. I loved both of them, but I chose soccer and stuck with that… Soccer has always been the main sport for me.”
Sun, 06 Nov 2016 16:18:00 ESTThe clouds would come in and out here at the Jack Dugan Soccer Stadium for the final match of the Southland Conference Championship. The intensity was high the entire game, keeping both teams on their toes. However, the Stephen F. Austin soccer team saw its 2016 season come to a close on Sunday afternoon, as the Ladyjacks dropped a hard fought game to Houston Baptist.
Sat, 05 Nov 2016 14:54:00 ESTThe Stephen F. Austin Ladyjacks have one more hurdle to cross in this 2016 Southland Conference Tournament. The championship round for the tournament will take place Sunday afternoon at 1:05 p.m. CT. The No. 4 Houston Baptist Huskies won the upset last night against the No. 1 seed Central Arkansas to take the spot opposite the second seeded Ladyjacks. Back in September, these teams faced off in Houston, and the Ladyjacks took the game over the Huskies, 4-2.
Fri, 04 Nov 2016 18:51:00 ESTThe Ladyjacks extend their season another game as they defeated the McNeese Cowgirls in the Southland Conference Tournament. SFA had four goals on the night from junior Hanna Barker, who leads the Ladyjacks with goals this season; sophomore Breanna Moore, her ninth of the season; redshirt junior Meghan Corder, her second; and junior Julianna Echavarry, also her second of the season. The Ladyjacks would take only eight shots compared to McNeese's 13 shots, but SFA was quite efficient in making seven of those shots on goal and four through the net. Senior Lillie Ehlert would finish the night with sixes saves, over McNeese's three saves. McNeese also had five corner kicks on SFA's four corner kicks.
Thu, 03 Nov 2016 15:27:00 ESTThe sixteen games of the regular season are in the rear view mirror for the Ladyjacks as they start tournament play with a clean board. Stephen F. Austin will take on the McNeese Cowgirls in the semifinals of the Southland Conference Tournament in Corpus Christi.
Tue, 01 Nov 2016 16:19:00 ESTThe Stephen F. Austin women’s soccer team was represented on both teams of the 2016 Southland Conference postseason awards on Tuesday afternoon.
Mon, 31 Oct 2016 15:25:00 ESTFRISCO, Texas – Stephen F. Austin sophomore forward Breanna Moore was named the Southland Conference Women’s Soccer Player of the Week presented by Universalcoin.com, the league announced Tuesday.
Fri, 28 Oct 2016 23:13:00 ESTSFA scored the most goals in a single game this season tonight against Sam Houston. The effort was led by a hat-trick from sophomore Breanna Moore. Stephen F. Austin senior night had a tremendous finish with the Ladyjacks winning their seven shutout of the season on Friday night.
Thu, 27 Oct 2016 11:21:00 EST– The field is set, the music loud, the ball aired up, flags high, and the Ladyjacks are ready. Stephen F. Austin is prepared for its final match up of the season here in Nacogdoches. The Sam Houston Bearkats will be coming into town Friday night. The Ladyjacks are 11-4-0 overall and 8-2-0 in conference after last weekend’s double win. They currently sit in the second seed for the SLC Conference tournament, but Northwestern is right at their heels.
Wed, 26 Oct 2016 17:15:00 ESTCarolina Orsi is a Texas native from College Station. The SFA senior started her sporting career in a lot of different avenues. “I was into gymnastics, track and field, and hurdles,” Orsi said. In middle school, she tried doing basketball as well. “I don’t know why I did basketball, because I am super short.” It wasn’t until eighth or ninth grade that Orsi started doing soccer competitively. One of her best friends played the sport, so she lot that she might give it a try. “I developed it from there. I was good at it, and I was fast,” Orsi laughed. She began playing more competitively in high school, and that’s when she realized that she could continue on in college. “And that’s how it happened. It is funny, because when I was little I never thought about soccer until way later. I was always gymnastics or track or something else,” explained Orsi.
Tue, 25 Oct 2016 14:45:00 ESTStephen F. Austin senior Brooke Dunnigan was named Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week, presented by UniversalCoin.com, the league announced Tuesday afternoon. This is the third Player of the Week award for the Ladyjacks during the 2016 season.
Sun, 23 Oct 2016 16:20:00 ESTStephen F. Austin took on Incarnate Word on Sunday afternoon and emerged with another win this weekend. SFA improves to 11-4-0 overall and 8-2-0 in conference. The two goals of the game were by senior Brooke Dunnigan and sophomore Breanna Moore. After four years of being an anchor on the SFA back line, Dunnigan found her first career goal off a free kick in the 17th minute. Moore tacked on goal number five for her season, giving her the third most goals on the team. The Ladyjack offensive attack would be spread out as five different Ladyjacks would take two shots each, and five others would have one shot on the afternoon.