CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) honored the Lesley University women's soccer program by giving them the Team Academic Award in the 2007 season. It is the sixth consecutive season in which the women's soccer team has had the privilege of earning this award dating back to the 2002 season.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - For the first time in school history, the Lesley University women's soccer will be hosting its first ever North Atlantic Conference playoff game. The game will take place this Saturday, October 27 at 1 p.m. against Elms College.
VERMONT - Lesley University head women's soccer coach Paul Vasconcelos stated the importance rather matter-of-factly, "Saturday's win against Johnson (State) was big as we gave ourselves a chance to host our first ever NAC postseason match."
MAINE - The Lesley University women's soccer team had a bittersweet final visit to Maine last weekend, defeating Maine Maritime Academy for the first time in the program's history, 2-1, on Saturday, before suffering their first loss of the season on Sunday, falling, 7-1, to Husson College.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - It took Jodi Fralick (Woburn, Mass.) two weeks in her rookie season to be named the North Atlantic Conference Player of the Week. In her second season it took Jodi just one week as she was the first player this fall to receive the honor.
NASHUA, N.H. - For the second straight year the Lesley women's soccer program opened up their season with a victory. Lesley opened up the 2007 Eagle Kick-Off Tournament in Nashua, NH with a 3-0 win over SUNY Potsdam.
The 2007 season will be a stepping-stone for years to come for the Lesley University women's soccer team and first-year head coach Paul Vasconcelos. The program looks to get on the winning track and eventually compete in post-season play.