Women's Soccer News
  • CHAMPIONS TERRITORY: 2017-18 Year-In-Review

    Wednesday, June 6, 2018

    CHAMPIONS TERRITORY: 2017-18 Year-In-Review

    An NCAA national baseball championship, 11 All-America selections, three regional team titles, eight NCAA tournament appearances, 11 American Southwest Conference championships and an .803 winning percentage on campus are just a few of the UT Tyler highlights from the 2017-18 athletic seasons. An athletic program with 17 sports, the Patriots combined to boast a 198-66-1 overall record in team sports and also won five golf tournaments, three cross country meets and one track & field team title at the ASC meet. At home, UT Tyler teams were 86-21-1 and also hosted two cross country meets, two golf tournaments and two track & field meets.

  • Strother continuing pro soccer career in Sweden

    Monday, April 16, 2018

    Strother continuing pro soccer career in Sweden

    “My goal is to play at the highest level no matter where in the world it is,” Strother said. “I just focus on the now and I know that my hard work will take care of the future. I just continue to do my best and hope that it is enough to take me where I want to go."

  • @UTTylerPatriots honored on ASC Fall All-Academic Teams

    Monday, January 22, 2018

    @UTTylerPatriots honored on ASC Fall All-Academic Teams

    The UT Tyler athletic program had 52 student-athletes earn American Southwest Conference All-Academic honors for the Fall semester.

  • AWARD: Williams earns All-West Region honors

    Wednesday, November 29, 2017

    AWARD: Williams earns All-West Region honors

    UT Tyler senior Caroline Williams has earned United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division III All-West Region honors for the second straight season after helping lead the Patriots in a season where they ranked among the top defensive teams in the nation.

  • AWARDS: Seven @soccerpatriots earn ASC honors

    Monday, November 6, 2017

    AWARDS: Seven @soccerpatriots earn ASC honors

    The UT Tyler women's soccer team received seven selections on the American Southwest Conference All-ASC teams, highlighted by senior defender Caroline Williams and senior goalkeeper Emily Hurley who were named to the first-team for the Patriots. Additionally, Caitlyn Mortus and Kathleen Johnson were named to the All-ASC second team, while Landri Edwards, Alexandria Clowers and Kaelyn Steitz are All-ASC third-team performers. UT Tyler finished the season with an 11-5-1 record and having outscored its opponents by a 29-15 margin throughout the season.

  • RECAP: @soccerpatriots fall to No. 5 HSU in ASC semifinals

    Friday, November 3, 2017

    RECAP: @soccerpatriots fall to No. 5 HSU in ASC semifinals

    The UT Tyler women's soccer team had its season come to an end with a 7-0 loss to No. 5-ranked Hardin-Simmons on Friday in the American Southwest Conference Championship semifinals at the HSU Soccer Complex.

  • PREVIEW: @soccerpatriots, HSU to meet in ASC semifinals

    Thursday, November 2, 2017

    PREVIEW: @soccerpatriots, HSU to meet in ASC semifinals

    The UT Tyler women's soccer team is set to play Hardin-Simmons at 11 a.m. on Friday in Abilene after a thrilling American Southwest Conference Championship quarterfinal where the Patriots advanced in a shootout over East Texas Baptist.

  • RECAP: @soccerpatriots advance after ASC shootout

    Tuesday, October 31, 2017

    RECAP: @soccerpatriots advance after ASC shootout

    Down 2-0 at halftime in a rainstorm, it looked improbable that the UT Tyler women’s soccer team would be able to come back against East Texas Baptist and extended its season. It wasn’t impossible though and the Patriots are advancing after second-half goals from Ashleigh Ackroyd and Mariah Harmon and a 4-2 shootout advantage in the American Southwest Conference Championship quarterfinal at Cornish Filed.