Hilltop Views

Men’s soccer shutout Lindenwood, McMurry, lose to Incarnate Word

Brian CaudillTatianna Ramon

September 12, 2011

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The men's soccer team began the 2011 season with high expectations. The Hilltopers were picked to finish first in the Heartland Conference in a poll voted on by conference coaches and Sports Information Directors. The Hilltopper...

Men’s soccer shutout Lindenwood 5-0

Tatianna Ramon

September 11, 2011

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The St. Edward's men's soccer team triumphed over the Lindenwood Lions on Sept. 11 at the Lewis-Chen Family Field with a final score of 5-0. St. Edward's set the pace and scored the first goal after sixteen minutes of play. S...

Women’s soccer wins third straight game

Brian Caudill

September 10, 2011

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Women's soccer won their third straight game with a 2-0 victory over the Missouri Southern State Lions on Sept. 9. St. Edward's fans came out in large numbers to "Fill the Hill" and cheer on the team. Sophomore forward Rachel Murray scored in the tenth minute to give St. Edward's an early lead. Murray intercepted a pass, dribbled around two Lion defenders, shot with her off foot and scored from about 20 yards out. This is the second straight game in which Murray was the first player on either side to score. She is also the only player to score a goal in each of the Hilltoppers' three matches this season. The Hilltoppers doubled their lead to 2-0 in the thirty-seventh minute when Senior Kelly Servage scored on a fortunate goal. Servage sent a pass toward the goalie box when the ball bounced off a Lion defender and ricocheted into the net. Servage's goal capped off the scoring, as neither team netted a ball in the second half. St. Edward's continued to dominate on both sides of the ball throughout the second half. The team put constant pressure on the Lions defense with 21 shots on goal. Meanwhile, the Lions got off only five shots on goal, all of which were saved by St. Edward's goalkeeper Claire Tiltson. The Hilltoppers have set ambitious goals for themselves this season. Last year's squad made it all the way to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Divison II Tournament, and the team is confident they can advance even further this year. "I definitely think we can do better than last year. I believe that one-hundred percent," said Senior forward Brianna Hinnenkamp. Despite coming off a convincing win, Hinnenkamp felt SEU "could have put this game away a little

Kim Abbott named All-American

Jenny Trochez

January 25, 2010

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St. Edward's University senior women's soccer player Kim Abbott was named First Team Women's NCAA Division II All-American by the NSCAA on Dec. 9, 2009. Abbott helped the women's soccer team advance to the NCAA Championship S...

Women’s Soccer falls in NCAA Sweet Sixteen

Bryce Bencivengo

November 19, 2009

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San Diego, CA – The St. Edward's University women's soccer team's season came to an end in a penalty shootout loss to West Texas A&M University on Friday night.The Hilltoppers played to a scoreless draw with the Lady Buffa...

Women’s soccer slides into Sweet 16

Kayla Meyer

November 15, 2009

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The St. Edward's University women's soccer team advanced to the Sweet 16, the third round of the NCAA Div. II Women's Soccer Championships, after defeating the University of the Incarnate Word 1-0 Sunday. The Hilltoppers began th...

Women’s soccer advances to South Central Regionals

Bryce Bencivengo

November 9, 2009

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The St. Edward's University women's soccer team qualified for the post season for the second time in three years. The team will compete in the South Central Regional hosted at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antoni...

Brief: Men’s soccer says goodbye to nine players

Kayla Meyer

November 1, 2009

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The St. Edward's University men's soccer team are saying goodbye to seven seniors and two graduate students this year. At the annual senior day, the team honored graduate students Scott Strickland and Bryan Van Cura, and seni...

Coach’s Corner: Nick Cowell

Yenifes Trochez

November 1, 2009

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St. Edward's University's Athletic Department hires coaches from a wide variety of backgrounds. The Coach's Corner offers an in-depth look at the background of our coaching staff. Q: You have been named Heartland Conference Coa...

Biggest Fan: Stacey Copeland, Manchester United

Emily Blasdell

October 18, 2009

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The "Biggest Fan" series showcases some of St. Edward's University's biggest sports fans and the teams they support. Stacey Copeland, a senior sociology major, left her home in Manchester, England, to come to St. Edward's University whe...

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