Francis Marion University women’s soccer coach Lindsey Morgan has announced the addition of five players to her 2019 recruiting class: forward Bridget Barrett of Cary, N.C., forward Maggie Cross of Anaheim, Calif., forward Brooke Hopson of Mount Pleasant, S.C., forward and midfielder Zenia Nava of Thomson, Ga., and forward and outside midfielder Alyssa Rosado of Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Seven members of the Francis Marion University women’s soccer team – junior midfielders Sierra Cartano and Carli Gauthier, junior defender Jessica Garnett, sophomore midfielders Emma Hall and Megan Misuraca, and sophomore forwards Kylie McElroy and Sarah Moll – have been selected to the 2018 Peach Belt Conference Women‘s Soccer All-Academic Team.
Sophomore midfielder Chloe Le France scored a pair of goals to lead Lander University to a 3-0 win over Francis Marion University, Wednesday evening (Oct. 24) in Peach Belt Conference women’s soccer action.
Francis Marion University received second-half goals from junior Jessica Garnett and sophomore Kylie McElroy, but the rally fell short as fourth-ranked Columbus State University escaped with a 5-2 victory, Saturday evening (Oct. 20) in Peach Belt Conference women?s soccer action.
The Francis Marion University women’s soccer team will close out its 2018 home schedule when the Patriots host fourth-ranked and conference leading Columbus State University on Saturday (Oct. 20) at 5:30 p.m.
Clayton State University scored a pair of goals in each half to knock off Francis Marion University 4-1 in Peach Belt Conference women’s soccer action on Saturday afternoon (Oct. 13). The loss ends the Patriots’ four-match unbeaten run (3-0-1).
Sophomore midfielder Emma Hall netted the first goal of her collegiate career in the 85th minute to lift the Francis Marion University women’s soccer team to a 3-2 win over USC Aiken, Wednesday night (Oct. 10) in Peach Belt Conference action.
The Francis Marion University men’s and women’s soccer teams will host a doubleheader on Wednesday (Oct. 10) as the men’s squad faces local-rival Coker College at 5 p.m., and the women take on Peach Belt Conference foe USC Aiken at 7:30 p.m. Both matches will be on Hartzler Field in the Griffin Athletic Complex.