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Mahoney makes most of opportunity

Butler junior defender Kelly Mahoney received an offer from only one school to play Division I soccer. Other schools might regret letting Mahoney slip through the cracks. Mahoney was named second-team All-Atlantic 10 in 2012. She started the majority of the squad’s matches in both her freshman and sophomore seasons and has started seven of

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: Bulldogs look to surprise in new conference

BY KYLE BEERY | ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR Big East coaches have pegged the Butler women’s soccer team to finish seventh in the new conference. Compared to a fourth-place finish last year in its lone season in the Atlantic 10 Conference, that may seem like a downgrade, but co-head coach Rob Alman said the increased competition is

Women’s soccer splits weekend matches

The Butler women’s soccer team looked to continue its winning streak with two non-conference games last weekend. The Bulldogs (2-2) had their first away match against Eastern Michigan (1-1-1) that ended in a 1-0 loss. “Our first away game was especially difficult because EMU has a grass field. It definitely threw off the pace of

Women’s soccer: Close contests keep coming

Not even chilly conditions could prevent the Butler women’s soccer team from taking down Youngstown State Saturday afternoon. The Bulldogs (7-5-1, 2-1-0) triumphed 2-1 over the Penguins (3-6-2, 0-1-1) for their second straight conference win. “If you score early, that may change the way they are going to play,” Butler head coach Tari St. John