Colonials Return to the Pitch on Friday
Colonials Win First Postseason Match Since 1997
Colonials Clinch Bid to A-10 Championship for Second Straight Season
Colonials Look for Second Consecutive Road Victory
Colonials Look to Improve to 4-0 With Sunday Road Match at Liberty
GW vs. Loyola (9.24.2013) Photos by Mitchell Layton
GW vs. Saint Francis (9.01.2013) Photo by: Greg Fiume
GW vs. Butler (10.26.2012) Photos by George Kubas II
GW vs. Saint Louis (10.28.2012) Photo by: Mitchell Layton
GW vs. Howard - 9.21.2012 Photo by: George Kubas II
2015: Appeared in 17 games for GW, making three starts…Took two shots on the season, one each against UC Riverside (Aug. 21) and Saint Louis (Nov. 1)…Key player off the bench for the Colonials, posting 383 minutes on the year.
2014: Made 17 appearances with six starts in 2014...Earned four points on two goals...Took 19 shots with eight hitting their mark...Scored game-winning goal in overtime against Old Dominion (Aug. 24)...Scored against Mount St. Mary's (Aug. 22)...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
2013: Made 13 appearances during sophomore campaign...Tallied two assists for two points on the year...Assisted Lina Proska's goal in GW's 3-1 win at Howard (Sept. 27) for first career point...Also registered an assist on Claire Haft's first goal against Delaware State (Nov. 1)...Took four shots and put three on goal for a .750 shots on goal percentage...All three shots taken against Saint Francis (Sept. 1) were on target.
2012: Appeared in 13 games during rookie campaign and logged one start at George Mason (Aug. 24)...Took two shots...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
High School: Five-year member and three-time captain of Elmont memorial varsity soccer team...Named team's most improved player after freshman season...Twice honored as team's MVP...Earned all-conference accolades twice...Recognized as top goal scorer on Long Island with 26 during her senior season...Also played club soccer for the Super-Y Brooklyn Knights...Won Mid Atlantic League with Brooklyn Knights and placed third at Super-Y Nationals in 2010...Played for Manhattan Pride that won JAGS Showcase and Bethesda Tournament in 2011...Competed for ENY Olympic Development Program...Member of the National Honors Society and the Science National Honors Society...AP Scholar...Member of Superintendend Student Committee...Recognized by Senator Jack Martins as recipient of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Award for Character, Leadership and Excellence in 2012...Participated in Key Club, Students Against Destructive Decisions and the World Language Club.
Personal: Born Kyla Ridley on August 14, 1994 in Brooklyn, NY...Daughter of Theodora and Kyle Ridley...Has two younger brothers, Cameron and Chase...Intends to major in physical therapy.
Women's Soccer Falls in Overtime Heartbreaker at Duquesne
The George Washington women’s soccer squad closed its 2017 Atlantic 10 Championship run in the quarterfinal round with a 1-0 double overtime loss at...
Women’s Soccer Opens A-10 Tournament Play on Saturday
The top eight squads in the Atlantic 10 will compete for the championship crown starting this Saturday as the top-four seeded teams are set to host the first...
GW Athletics Unveils Hall of Fame Class of 2018
The George Washington University Department of Athletics and Recreation proudly unveiled during Colonials Weekend eight individuals who will comprise the GW ...
Women’s Soccer Clinches No. 5 Seed at A-10 Championship
The George Washington women’s soccer team has claimed the No. 5 seed at the upcoming 2017 Atlantic 10 championship hosted by VCU.
Women’s Soccer Plays Duquesne to Draw in Home Finale
The George Washington women’s soccer squad played Duquesne to a 0-0 draw on Sunday afternoon in their home finale at the GW Soccer Field on the Mount...
Women’s Soccer to Wrap Regular Season
The George Washington women’s soccer squad will hit the road for the last time in the regular season on Thursday when they travel to take on the...
Women’s Soccer Ties Davidson in Final Road Trip
The George Washington women’s soccer squad played Davidson to a 0-0 double overtime draw on Thursday evening at Alumni Stadium in the Colonials’ ...
Women's Soccer Drops Dayton, 1-0
The George Washington women’s soccer squad notched their tenth victory of the season when they dropped Dayton, 1-0, at Baujan Field on Sunday evening.