While preparing his squad to commence their spring season, first-year women’s soccer coach Daniel Brizard has announced his team awards for the 2010 regular season. The team as well as the coaching staff voted on award winners.
The 2011 Golden Eagle spring soccer schedule is comprised of seven games in total, including one tournament at the University of Tennessee, three of which will be played in Cookeville on Tech’s home turf.
Head coach Daniel Brizard will kick off his second year at the helm of the Tennessee Tech women’s soccer team with eight newcomers joining 16 returnees. His signing class includes one Tennessean along with two players out of California and Georgia and three hailing from Ohio.
Sophomores Leigh Heffner and Kerri Reid each received post-season honors as members of the second-team all-OVC squad, as voted upon by coaches and sports information directors throughout the conference.
The Tennessee Tech women’s soccer team will celebrate their seniors all weekend, with festivities commencing on Sunday with Senior Day recognition just prior to the start of their final home match against Austin Peay.
As voted upon by conference sports information directors, Leigh Heffner earned her first career Ohio Valley Conference honor as this week's Defensive Player of the Week. This marks the first OVC award to go to the women's soccer team this season.
Andrea Meloff's first period goal stood up as the Tennessee Tech soccer team blanked Southeast Missouri Friday afternoon to open a four-match homestand. Freshman keeper Becca Toler recorded the shutout as the Golden Eagles posted their first Ohio Valley Conference victory.
The Tennessee Tech womens soccer team has two weekends left of regular season play, and will take on all four remaining OVC opponents in Cookeville beginning with Southeast Missouri and Eastern Illinois this coming weekend.
Tech soccer is looking forward to returning to Cookeville, as they capped off their four-match conference stint on the road with an afternoon game against Martin on Sunday. The Skyhawks took the victory, 3-0.
After opening up OVC play against the current top two teams in the conference, the Tennessee Tech soccer team will look to snap their two-game losing streak as they take on Murray State and UT Martin on the road this weekend.
Despite an evenly matched game, the TTU women's soccer team goes 0-2 in OVC play this weekend, suffering their second loss of conference play at the hands of the Eastern Kentucky Colonels on Sunday afternoon.
The Tennessee Tech womens soccer team suffered their first loss of OVC play Friday evening in taking on the Morehead Eagles on the road. MOR silenced the Golden Eagle offense while netting two goals on Tech.
With a challenging OVC schedule just ahead, the Tennessee Tech womens soccer team will host the Radford Highlanders for Purple Out the last home contest before a four game road stint on Saturday at 1 p.m.
The Tennessee Tech women's soccer team took a 2-1 lead into the 78th minute of regulation Wednesday evening, but a tying goal by Louisiana Tech spun the game into a 3-2 win for the Bulldogs in sudden death.
Golden Eagle soccer encourages the Tech community to come out in droves to the soccer field Wednesday evening for their 4 p.m. game against Louisiana Tech. The best dressed, loudest and proudest cheering section will receive a prize at the end of the game for their support.
Leigh Heffner, Kerri Reid and Kris Cambron were each named to the All-Tournament team after this weekend's play in Birmingham. The Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles split their two games for a 1-1 record on the weekend.
The Tennessee Tech womens soccer team carried the momentum from their home turf victory last Sunday to Birmingham, Ala., for the Samford Tournament this weekend. They dropped the Georgia Southern Eagles Friday evening with a score of 2-0.
Tennessee Techs womens soccer team will head to Birmingham, Ala., for the Samford tournament. The Golden Eagles will take on Georgia Southern Friday evening at 4:30 p.m. and finish out the weekend with a match up against the host team, Samford, on Sunday at 2 p.m.
Tech soccer fans are invited to come out to Cram the Complex, the soccer team's first home event since the start of the school year. The Golden Eagles will face off against the UNCA Bulldogs at 3 p.m. on Sunday.
Despite a 2-0 loss, the Golden Eagles showed immense improvement from previous meetings with Vanderbilt, recording a season high in shots Friday night and holding the Commodores to their lowest score in series history.