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Regular Season 2014
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UW extends contracts for coaches Trask, Wilkins through 2018

01/28/2015, 11:45pm CST

University of Wisconsin soccer coaches John Trask and Paula Wilkins each had their three-year contracts extended through 2018 by the UW Athletic Board on Friday.

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College notes: Kenosha's Fabiano new UW-Milwaukee women's coach

01/18/2015, 3:00pm CST

After a 17-year career at UW-Parkside, during which time he built the Rangers into one of the nation's top NCAA Division II women's soccer programs, Troy Fabiano (Kenosha Bradford) will get the chance to build a Division I program.

UW-Green Bay rang in the new year with two new soccer coaches.

A whopping 41 Wisconsin natives or players from state teams earned spots on college women's all-region teams this fall, as determined by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

Two Wisconsin players were named first-team Scholar-Athletes by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America for the 2014 college season, while two others were third-team selections and 33 state athletes earned regional accolades.

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College notes: Maranatha Baptist trio named NCCAA All-Americans

12/11/2014, 7:30pm CST

Three players who helped the Maranatha Baptist men's soccer team win its first National Christian College Athletic Association Division II national title last month earned spots on the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American team.

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College women's notes: Racine's Yasatan named NAIA All-American

12/09/2014, 8:30pm CST

Trinity International (Ill.) forward Samantha Yasatan (Racine Case) continues to reap the rewards for her record-breaking season.

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Six state players on NSCAA women's All-American teams

12/06/2014, 11:30am CST

Six women with Wisconsin ties were named All-Americans on Friday, as the National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced its NCAA Division I, II and III honor teams.

Three Wisconsin natives are part of teams that will play in the NCAA Division III women's soccer Final Four this week at Swope Soccer Village in Kansas City, Mo.

A dozen players with Wisconsin ties earned spots on Capital One Academic All-America men's and women's soccer teams, including six players who were named to the first teams in their respective divisions.