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Women’s soccer: Mix of players lead to surprising season

BRENDAN KING | STAFF REPORTER The Butler women’s soccer team concluded its 2013 season with a 3-2 loss to St. John’s in the Big East Conference Tournament quarterfinals. Although the Bulldogs were eliminated in the first round of the tournament, team members took away a number of positives. Co-head coach Rob Alman said the team

Women’s soccer finishes in 1-1 draw with Seattle

BRENDAN KING STAFF REPORTER The Butler women’s soccer team drew 1-1 with Seattle in a non-conference game at the Butler Bowl. As many soccer games go, it was a back and forth contest with the ball being in both teams’ zones throughout the night. There were many early chances for the Bulldogs, but Seattle sophomore

Women’s soccer sweeps weekend matches

BY KYLE BEERY | ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR The Butler women’s soccer team will head into Friday’s home game against Seattle with a 4-1 record after winning two games over the weekend. The Bulldogs beat Bowling Green 2-1 in overtime on Saturday behind goals from sophomore Sophie Maccagnone and junior Kelly Mahoney. Maccagnone scored less than 10

Women’s soccer falls to Louisville in season-opener

With memories of the team’s 1-0 double overtime loss to Louisville possibly sitting in the minds of some Butler women’s soccer players, the Bulldogs looked to avenge the defeat in tonight’s rematch. The Cardinals (1-0) proved to be too strong for the Bulldogs (0-1) to handle, however, as Louisville made its way to a 2-0 victory.

Women’s soccer: Bulldogs win in penalty kicks

In a game for Butler’s history books, the women’s soccer team came back from a 2-0 deficit to beat Valparaiso and move on in the Horizon League tournament. The game, played Tuesday in Valparaiso, featured 20 minutes of extra play and eight rounds of penalty kicks. In the first 40 minutes, offense was the theme

Women’s soccer: Earning their place

In a game that was critical to conference standing, the Butler women’s soccer team got a crucial 2-0 win against Horizon League foe Wisconsin-Green Bay on Sunday. With the win, the Bulldogs (8-8-1, 3-4-0) clinched, at worst, a sixth-place finish in the Horizon League, which guarantees them a spot in the league tournament. “We’re good

Women’s soccer: Galovska fights injuries

After enduring one injury after another, it seemed that Butler women’s soccer player Natalie Galovska would never catch a break. “When my doctor said I should probably call it quits, I remember thinking, ‘No, not again,’” Galovska, now a senior, said. After battling injuries through her teens, Galovska’s aspirations were realized when she was offered