While a group of former UW-Oshkosh men's soccer players continue their efforts to save the successful program from elimination, Titans coach Wytse Molenaar has moved on to the next chapter in his career.
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America NCAA Division III All-North Region women's team for 2015 had a strong Wisconsin flavor, with seven of the 11 first-team selections being either state natives or members of state programs.
Sarah Tompkins (Franklin) was named an assistant coach in the Illinois State women's program and will work with the Redbirds' goalkeepers.
Check out the state natives and players from Wisconsin teams who earned all-conference women's soccer accolades across the Midwest and the nation this fall.
Eight Wisconsin natives are headed to Kansas City, Mo., where the NCAA Division III men's and women's soccer championships will be played Friday and Saturday at Sporting Kansas City's Swope Soccer Village.
After starring for the U.S. Under-20 and Under-23 women's national teams and the University of Wisconsin over the past three years, Rose Lavelle will get the chance to impress at the highest level.
Wondering how college women's soccer coaches see the conference races playing out this fall? Here's the scoop on 10 leagues that feature state teams.
After her All-American season last fall, Rose Lavelle was right back at it as the University of Wisconsin women's soccer team opened a new year last weekend.
Alverno College turned to an experienced coach to take over its women's soccer program, hiring Richard Drake as the ninth coach in Flames history last month.
A look at the 2015 recruiting classes for the state's NCAA Division I and II college programs, and commitments by Wisconsin players to in-state Division III and NAIA schools and out-of-state programs.