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Knocked back down

After opening the season 3-0-1 to get off to its best start since 1992, the women’s soccer team has now dropped two straight following a 1-0 shutout loss against Villanova on Sunday.…

Minai’s play fuels triumph

Men’s soccer coach David MacWilliams was not about to let his young team make a rookie mistake. With his team clinging to a one-goal lead at halftime, MacWilliams made sure the Owls did not get comfortable or lose focus.…

Juniors provide offense in win

Two days after winning in blowout fashion, the women’s soccer team showed it had enough heart to stake off city-rival Drexel. Remaining undefeated, the Owls topped Drexel, 2-1, Sunday at the Ambler Sports Complex.…

Coach says strong start key to success

Despite finishing 4-14 last year, the women’s soccer team enters the new season full of optimism. “All we want is a chance to prove to everyone that even after last year we can contend,” senior forward Kelly Lare said.The Owls opened the season strong, playing to a scoreless tie and a 3-2 victory last weekend while competing in the Hilton Inn Garden Classic, held in Flagstaff, Ariz.…

Hopes high, despite inexperience

Coach David MacWilliams knows it. The players know it. The men’s soccer team is young. Yet they’re not using that as an excuse as they move forward and try to rectify a team that finished with a program-worst 2-14-1 record last season.…

Seniors set to take onpro careers

After being drafted by the Philadelphia Kixx in the Major Indoor Soccer League Draft last month, senior midfielder Ryan Heins said he was just happy to keep the tradition at Temple alive.…

Shutout sinks chances of halting six-game slide

Frustrated might not even begin to describe the feeling of the women’s soccer team right now. In a game full of handballs, missed scoring opportunities and fine goaltending, it was a Massachusetts defender who ended up being the decisive factor in the Owls’ 1-0 fall to the Minutewomen Sunday at Ambler Field.…