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Former US National Team member named Southwestern Head Women’s Soccer Coach

GEORGETOWN – Linda Hamilton, a women’s soccer icon, has been named the head women’s soccer coach at Southwestern University as announced by Director of Athletics Dr. Glada Munt on Wednesday. Advertisements

Stephenville girls earn first district soccer win

STEPHENVILLE (TheFlashToday) — Stephenville applied pressure all night and finally broke through in the 70th minute for its first District 4-4A soccer win Tuesday.

Lady Wildcats soccer fall at Elgin 2-1

ELGIN – The Temple girls soccer team lost at tough battle on the road as they fell to Elgin 2-1 on Tuesday night.

Austin Aztex sign USL PRO champ Kyle Hoffer

AUSTIN – The Austin Aztex have signed Kyle Hoffer, an experienced defender and 2012 USL PRO champion, to the club’s 2015 roster.

Wildcat Soccer drops pair at Brenham tourney

BRENHAM – The Temple boys soccer team dropped a pair of games in the Brenham tournament on Friday.

Lady Wildcats pick up first win of soccer season

WALLER – The Temple Lady Wildcat Soccer team picked up their first win of the season on Thursday with a 2-0 victory over Houston C.E. King in the Waller Tournament.

Austin Aztex to Host MLS Preseason Tournament

AUSTIN – Major League Soccer is coming to Austin as the Austin Aztex present the inaugural ATX Pro Challenge, a four team competition bracket.

UMHB’s Kathryn Parker makes history with NSCAA All-West Region selection

BELTON – University of Mary Hardin-Baylor women’s soccer player Kathryn Parker has been named to the NSCAA/Continental Tire All-West Region Team.

Carter’s 2 goals propel Navarro into NJCAA semifinals

BREVARD COUNTY, FL – Sophomore Trudi Carter notched her 29th and 30th goals of the season to propel Navarro College to a 2-0 victory over Otero Junior College on Wednesday and into Friday’s semifinals of the NJCAA 2014 Women’s Division I Soccer National Championship.

UMHB falls 1-0 to No. 24 U.T-.Dallas in ASC Soccer Semifinal Match

RICHARDSON – The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor men’s soccer team fell to No. 24 U.T.-Dallas 1-0 Saturday afternoon in Richardson.