Women’s soccer remains winless after dropping another game to American Sunday afternoon at the Mount Vernon Campus.
Softball head coach Chrissy Schoonmaker said the upcoming season year is a “blank slate” for the team.
Junior midfielder Tori Minda dished the ball to senior midfielder Sammy Neyman who delivered a strike at the top of the box to tie the game in the 62nd minute.
The Colonials took the lead just 66 seconds into the game, courtesy of a tap-in finish from graduate student forward Oscar Haynes-Brown.
The Colonials return all 24 players on last year’s roster and three freshmen recruits as they look to reach the A-10 Championship for a second consecutive season.
During the team’s last season before being cut, they achieved its highest ranking in program history at the IRA Championship: seventh in the nation.
The Smith Center will face no COVID-19 capacity limitations for the upcoming fall season, only requiring masks in compliance with D.C.’s mandate.
Men’s basketball head coach Jamion Christian announced the addition of graduate assistants Brandon Leftwich and Kris Saulny to his staff August 12.
Softball head coach Chrissy Schoonmaker named former Greensboro head coach Teresa Fister, as her assistant coach last Wednesday.
Cross country and track and field head coach Terry Weir named six-time All-American champion Samantha Nadel as an assistant coach.