GW Women's Soccer Unveils 2012 Schedule
Colonials to Host A-10 Newcomers VCU and Butler on Mount Vernon Campus
July 12, 2012
“We are really looking forward to this season as we will play several quality teams throughout the year,” said first-year head coach Sarah Barnes. “Teams like La Salle – which made it to the NCAA Tournament last year –
The Colonials lost just three players to graduation this past spring and are set to return 19 letterwinners and 10 starters from the 2011 squad that posted a 5-12-2 overall record and a 2-5-2 mark in the A-10. The Buff and Blue welcome back top scorers Adriana Moya, Taylor Katz and Alex Neal, in addition to Second Team All-Conference selection Samie Cloutier, while welcoming 11 incoming freshmen. The squad looks to earn a spot in the A-10 Championship for the first time since 2008, as the league has now implemented an eight-team, three-day tournament format.
GW first welcomes
GW opens home action by hosting back-to-back first-ever matches against Ivy League members
The squad heads to nearby
Returning home for five straight games, the Colonials wrap up non-conference play with 4 p.m. matches against local foes American on Tuesday, Sept. 18 for the Greek Game, and Howard on Friday, Sept. 21 for the annual Kickin’ it at the Vern event. GW leads the all-time series with American, 11-4, and is undefeated against Howard at 5-0-1.
On Friday, Sept. 28 at 4 p.m., GW opens Atlantic 10 action looking to "Stomp the Spiders" against
GW travels for the next four straight conference games, beginning with a 7 p.m. contest at LaSalle on Friday, Oct. 12. The Explorers earned a bye to the A-10 semifinals in 2011, and the Colonials own a 12-5 lead in the all-time series record. GW then heads to Fordham on Sunday, Oct. 14 for a 1 p.m. contest. The two programs are tied at 5-5-2 all-time.
The Colonials close out their road schedule with a 7 p.m. game at
The newly-expanded eight-team Atlantic 10 Championship will be held in
Women's Soccer Names Alan Fread Assistant Coach
WASHINGTON - Alan Fread has been named an assistant coach for the George Washington women's soccer program, head coach Sarah Barnes announced.
Seven Student-Athletes Recognized by University for Academic Excellence
At a recent Academic Honors Dinner hosted by the university in the student center, seven GW student-athletes were celebrated for having a grade point average...
Women's Soccer Adds Kilgallen to Incoming Class
WASHINGTON - George Washington women's soccer head coach Sarah Barnes has added Kenzie Kilgallen to the incoming freshman class.
Women's Soccer Inks 10 Newcomers for Fall 2017
WASHINGTON - The George Washington women's soccer squad has signed 10 newcomers for the fall 2017 semester, head coach Sarah Barnes announced.
Soccer to Honor 2015 Champions with Alumni
WASHINGTON - The George Washington men's and women's soccer teams are slated to host a spring Alumni Day on Saturday, April 8, at the GW Soccer Field on the ...
Class Experiences Lead to On-the-job Expertise for Taylor Katz ('15)
Women's soccer alumna featured by GW School of Public Health
Catching Up with Women's Soccer Alumna Jane Wallis
With about nine months remaining in her two-year stint with the Peace Corps, Jane Wallis ('14) is looking forward to one of the biggest milestones of her...
Women's Soccer's Cowley Named Third Team All-Region
Kansas City, Mo. - GW women's soccer senior MacKenzie Cowley has been named to the NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic Region Third Team.