2006 Women's Soccer News

  • Guilford Seeded Fourth In ODAC Tournament
    July 18, 2011
    On the strength of a 10-0-1 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) record, the Virginia Wesleyan Marlins have earned the top-seed in the conference women's soccer tournament which begins this weekend with four quarterfinal matches.
  • Guilford Soccer Student-Athletes Win All-State Honors
    January 19, 2006
    Guilford College's Jennah Carter and Chelsea Glover earned spots on the 2005 North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association (NCCSIA) College Division Women's Soccer Team, the organization announced Thursday. The Quakers' George Bowen was named to NCCSIA's College Division Men's Soccer Team Tuesday.
  • Carter Selected To All-Region Squad
    December 08, 2005
    Guilford College junior Jennah Carter earned a spot on the National Soccer Coaches Association of America/adidas NCAA Division III South Region First Team Thursday. Carter becomes the school's third all-region selection and the first first-team honoree.
  • Guilford Upsets #4 VWC To Advances To ODAC Finals
    November 02, 2005
    Jennah Carter's record-breaking 23rd goal of the season lifted fourth-seeded Guilford College to a 1-0 upset win over top-seeded and previously unbeaten Virginia Wesleyan in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Women's Soccer Tournament semifinal Wednesday night.
  • Guilford Advances to ODAC Semifinals on PKs
    October 29, 2005
    Guilford College's women's soccer team advanced to the semifinals of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Tournament Saturday over Eastern Mennonite. The Quakers and Royals played 110 minutes of scoreless soccer before Guilford moved on by converting four penalty kicks in a shootout, compared to Eastern Mennonite's two.
  • Guilford's Carter Wins Weekly ODAC Soccer Prize
    October 24, 2005
    The Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) awarded Guilford College junior Jennah Carter her second ODAC Women's Soccer Player of the Week Award Monday. Carter becomes the Quakers' first multiple winner of the weekly women's soccer prize since Amy Evans '02 in 2001.
  • Carter Scores Three in Guilford Women's Soccer Win
    October 23, 2005
    Jennah Carter scored her third hat trick of the season and added an assist in Guilford's 8-1 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) women's soccer win at Randolph-Macon Woman's College Sunday afternoon. The victory extended Guilford's (11-5-2, 7-4 ODAC) winning streak to four matches, matching their longest of the season.
  • Guilford Takes 9-0 Women's Soccer Win at Hollins
    October 22, 2005
    Jennah Carter scored two goals and an assist to lift visiting Guilford to a 9-0 Old Dominion Athletic Conference women's soccer win over Hollins Saturday. Seniors Heather Ruggiero and Trina Scurka also scored twice in the Quakers (10-5-2, 6-4 ODAC) third straight shutout victory in the conference.
  • Carter Scored Three in Guilford Soccer Win over Sweet Briar
    October 19, 2005
    Junior forward Jennah Carter scored her second hat trick of the season and helped Guilford to a 6-0 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) soccer win over visiting Sweet Briar Wednesday.
  • Quakers Win Second Consecutive Match Versus Maroons, 1-0
    October 15, 2005
    The Roanoke College women's soccer team dropped its third consecutive match, falling to visiting Guilford College 1-0 on Saturday afternoon in Salem, VA. The Maroons are now 4-7-3 overall and 2-6-1 in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, while the winning Quakers improve to 8-5-2 and 4-4 in the ODAC. The win was the third in a row for the Quakers over the Maroons.
  • Guilford Battles Wofford to a 1-1 Tie
    October 10, 2005
    Terrier freshman Mary Rea netted the game-tying goal late in the second half to bring Wofford back and force a 1-1 tie against Guilford Monday night in women's soccer action at Snyder Field in Spartanburg, S.C.
  • Guilford Defeats Emory & Henry, 7-1
    September 27, 2005
    Freshman Amanda Sperr netted her first college hat trick and junior Jennah Carter tallied two goals and an assist in Guilford's convincing 7-1 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) women's soccer win over Emory & Henry Tuesday.
  • Virginia Wesleyan Women's Soccer Defeats Guilford 2-0
    September 17, 2005
    Senior Sharon Hay scored twice and Missy Kuhns added another score in Virginia Wesleyan's 3-0 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) women's soccer win over Guilford Saturday. The Marlins (6-0, 1-0) are ranked 12th in this week's adidas/National Soccer Coaches Association of America Division III national poll and second in the South region poll. Guilford (3-3-1), which suffered its second straight loss, is ranked 10th in the South.
  • Lynchburg Women's Soccer Defeats Guilford 2-0
    September 14, 2005
    Behind a goal and an assist from junior midfielder Melanie Chidester, the Lynchburg College women's soccer team opened its 2005 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) slate Wednesday with a 2-0 win over visiting Guilford College. The win snapped the Quakers' four game unbeaten streak.
  • Guilford's Carter Takes ODAC Women's Soccer Honor
    September 12, 2005
    Junior forward Jennah Carter captured the Old Dominion Athletic Conference's Women's Soccer Player of the Week Award Monday. She received the honor for the first time in her career and is the Quakers' first recipient of the prize since 2003.
  • Guilford Downs Meredith 2-0
    September 09, 2005
    Chelsea Glover and Amanda Sperr scored at opposite ends of the match to lift Guilford past Meredith, 2-0, in the Espirit D-III National Invitational at SAS Stadium Friday. The Quakers' third straight win improves their record to 3-1, while Meredith falls to 3-2.
  • ODAC Preseason Poll
    August 23, 2005
    Guilford College earned the fourth spot in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Women's Soccer Preseason Poll released Tuesday. The Quakers received 100 points in the 12-team poll, which was selected by the league's head coaches. The preseason ranking marks the Quakers' highest spot since the league started producing the polls in 1997.