Soccer

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  • Emily Wickstrom
Oct. 31, 2005
Minnesota's soccer team may not have upset No. 1 Penn State, but it stopped Tiffany Weimer.
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  • Emily Wickstrom
Oct. 28, 2005
One would think having to face arguably the top player in the country is enough.
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  • Emily Wickstrom
Oct. 26, 2005
During Becky Dellaria's first three collegiate seasons, Minnesota's soccer team won a combined five Big Ten games. In this, Dellaria's senior season, the Gophers have surpassed that three-year total with a 6-3 conference record.
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  • Emily Wickstrom
Oct. 24, 2005
For the first time this season, Minnesota soccer coach Mikki Denney Wright said she was disappointed with her team's effort. The Gophers played uninspired soccer on Friday in a 1-0 loss to Michigan State in East Lansing, Mich., but rebounded on Sunday to beat Michigan 1-0 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
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  • Emily Wickstrom
Oct. 21, 2005
The last time Minnesota's soccer team lost a game, it came back and won the next five conference contests. The Gophers will try to bounce back again after the team's most disheartening defeat of the season - a 1-0 double-overtime loss to Ohio State on Sunday.
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  • Emily Wickstrom
Oct. 19, 2005
The most physical player on Minnesota's soccer team may have played only 14 college games so far. During a soccer game, center midfielder Kelsey Hood will often be found getting called for fouls, arguing with the referee or "getting in the heads" of opposing players.
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  • Emily Wickstrom
Oct. 17, 2005
According to Minnesota soccer coach Mikki Denney Wright, the better team did not win Sunday. The Gophers (8-5-2, 5-2-0 Big Ten) lost to Ohio State 1-0 in double overtime at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium in St. Paul.
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  • Emily Wickstrom
Oct. 14, 2005
Although Minnesota's soccer team currently sits in second place in the Big Ten conference, it might be the underdog this weekend.
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  • Emily Wickstrom
Oct. 12, 2005
When second-year Minnesota soccer coach Mikki Denney Wright arrived for her first preseason practice in 2004, defender Hailey McCarthy, then a freshman, was the only Gopher she had never seen play. But it didn't take long for Denney Wright to become impressed by the Oregon native.
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  • Emily Wickstrom
Oct. 10, 2005
Minnesota soccer coach Mikki Denney Wright said she knew she had a group of players that could turn around a struggling Gophers program. She just didn't know it would be this soon.
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Oct. 07, 2005
After surprising the rest of the Big Ten with two road wins last weekend, Minnesota's soccer team has an opportunity to make an even bigger statement this weekend. The Gophers (6-4-2, 3-1-0 Big Ten) will take on Iowa (1-6-4, 0-1-2) at 7 p.m. today and Illinois on at 1 p.m. Sunday.
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  • Emily Wickstrom
Oct. 05, 2005
The seniors on Minnesota's soccer team never have played in any kind of postseason tournament with the team. That could change this season. The Gophers are tied for third in the Big Ten with a surprising 3-1 record, already surpassing last year's conference win total of two.
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  • Emily Wickstrom
Oct. 03, 2005
Heading into the weekend, opponents may still have been overlooking Minnesota's soccer team, a squad coming off four straight years of fewer than three conference wins.
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  • Emily Wickstrom
Sep. 30, 2005
Now that Minnesota's soccer team has grown accustomed to playing on the road, members feel it's time to start winning. After this weekend, nine of the Gophers' 12 games will have been on the road, with games today at Wisconsin in Madison, and Sunday at Northwestern in Evanston, Ill.
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  • Emily Wickstrom
Sep. 28, 2005
The freshmen on Minnesota's soccer team this year have been getting all the attention. But it might be hard to ignore the seniors by the end of the season.
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