This is a journal of what's happening in the FSU Women's Soccer program at Frostburg State. Thanks for checking in and for your interest in FSU Women's Soccer!
Sep 25, 2016
We made it interesting but had a great finish to our first CAC game of 2016 and won 4-2 at home to start conference play this season. Haley Dalphon scored 3 times, Dani Ferris had a great header, and Brooke Shehade had 2 assists for our "parents weekend" game on a beautiful day for soccer in Bobcat Stadium. We have a tough non-conference matchup at home Wednesday night before traveling to Southern Maryland next weekend.
Sep 21, 2016
If you want to be a good team, you have to play good teams that really challenge you. HeroSports has our schedule ranked as the 33rd toughest in the Nation in Division III, out of over 400 teams. As we enter conference play this weekend, we'll begin to find out if our tough schedule will pay dividends. Our home stand continues on Saturday at 2pm.
Sep 15, 2016
A terrific comeback win tonight at home was well deserved on a beautiful night for soccer here at FSU! After an equalizing goal forced in by Bryce Papp just before halftime, Katie Broadhurst ran down a through ball in the 2nd half and calmly set up a wonderful left-footed strike. It was the game winner and the highlight appears on our YouTube page now. We are in a run playing 4 or 5 games at home and look to build momentum heading into conference play.
Sep 12, 2016
We may have the toughest schedule in our history this year. We just played the #12 ranked team in the nation and proved we can compete with some of the best teams in Division III. Our players realize we will only get better, and get stronger, by playing teams that will challenge us week in and week out. We don't have a good team on the schedule this week, we have one every week! We do love playing night games in our stadium and we'll do that again on Wednesday night. We've started adding game clips on YouTube linked on the right column of this page and here:
FSUWS YouTube Page
FSUWS YouTube Page
|Times Square on our visit to NY/NJ|
Sep 7, 2016
AJ Malanik hit in a 40-yard free kick and Brooke Shehade opened her scoring account with a golden goal in overtime to secure our first win of 2016. It was a great comeback win away from home that gives us some needed momentum heading into the weekend. We'll be traveling to NJ this weekend for 2 games at Rutgers-Newark, both games kickoff at 1pm.
Sep 2, 2016
We played a tough and physical Bridgewater team to open our season on Thursday night. It was a beautiful night for soccer but we learned a valuable lesson. You can win or lose a soccer game in any 1 of the 90 minutes. We did not have the best start and allowed a PK in the 75th second of the game. Although we played an even game the rest of the match and created a few good chances, that was the only goal of the night. We travel to D.C. for a game against a tough team at CUA on Sunday at 2pm.