2003-04 Archive

2003-04 Schedule
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July 08, 2004 Imani Dorsey, Wanda Rozwadowska and Kristen Rogers of the University of Portland women146;s soccer team have been selected as scholar-athlete all-Americans by the NSCAA
July 08, 2004 Nov - All eight WCC teams were matched up in conference action on Sunday, including a rematch of last year's national championship game with Portland visiting Santa Clara
July 08, 2004 18 Pepperdine upset Portland -0 in WCC action on Sunday Saint Mary's, Santa Clara, and LMU also picked up victories
July 08, 2004 Jan 30- Santa Clara women's soccer standout Leslie Osborne earned her first career appearance on the full U
April 29, 2004 United States Under-19 Women’s National Team head coach Mark Krikorian has announced that three University of Portland Pilots will be on the 18-player roster competing for a berth in the 2004 FIFA Under-19 Women’s World Championship at the CONCACAF U-19 Women’s Qualifying Tournament
February 03, 2004 Feb 3- Seven of the WCC's eight squads had players earn inclusion in the Soccer Buzz national and regional All-America teams announced Thursday
February 03, 2004 The University of Portland soccer program is notorious for sending players to national teams and Olympic teams, this year is no different as several past and present Pilots are represented in various forms for their native countries
January 09, 2004 Soccer America named two West Coast Conference women's soccer players' to its MVP Team in the Pilots' Lindsey Huie and the Broncos' Leslie Osborne
December 10, 2003 Dec 10- Seven WCC players were named to the NSCAA All-West Region Team Portland's Lindsey Huie and Imani Dorsey were First Team picks, along with WCC Player of the Year Leslie Osborne and Veroncia Zepeda of Santa Clara
November 25, 2003 Nov 24- University of Portland senior defender Imani Dorsey became just the third player in the women’s soccer program’s history to be named a CoSIDA Academic All-American
November 20, 2003 Nov 20- Soccer Buzz Magazine has announced its annual list of finalists for the two top national player awards for Division 1 women's soccer
November 19, 2003 Nov19-Four West Coast Conference women’s soccer teams received bids to the NCAA Tournament
November 16, 2003 Nov 16- Portland knocked off Nebraska and Santa Clara shut out Arizona State to set the stage for a rematch of last season's national championship game, as the Broncos will travel to Portland to face the Pilots next Sunday in the third round of the NCAA playoffs
November 15, 2003 Nov 14-West Coast Conference teams went 3-1 in first round women's soccer games in the NCAA tournament
November 12, 2003 Nov12-The 2003 WCC Women’s Soccer All-Conference team is highlighted by nine first time First Team honorees
November 10, 2003 Nov 10-Four West Coast Conference women’s soccer teams received bids to the NCAA Tournament
November 09, 2003 Nov 8- The Santa Clara University women's soccer team ended its season this evening with a 3-0 loss to top-seeded and undefeated North Carolina in an NCAA Quarterfinal match at Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill
November 08, 2003 Nov 8-Freshman forward Tina Estrada scored two goals for Santa Clara University in the Broncos' 5-1 victory over the Gonzaga University women's soccer team
November 03, 2003 Nov 1-The 2003 season will come to an end this weekend, as all eight league teams end the regular season on Saturday
November 03, 2003 A superb display of soccer from West Coast Conference rivals and perennial post-season powers Portland and Santa Clara ended with the ninth-seeded Broncos advancing on penalty kicks over the eighth-seeded Pilots in the third round of the NCAA Tournament at Merlo Field
November 01, 2003 Oct 31- Two squads took the field on Friday, as San Diego shut out Cal State Northridge 3-0 and LMU fell to crosstown rival UCLA, -0
October 30, 2003 Oct 29- The Saint Mary's women's soccer team defeated the San Jose State Spartans 2-1 in overtime in a non-conference game held Wednesday in San Jose, CA
October 27, 2003 Oct 26- All eight WCC squads were in action again on Sunday with Gonzaga earning their second upset victory of the weekend, a 1-0 win over Pepperdine in Malibu
October 27, 2003 Oct 27-Junior midfielder Sarah Hawkins scored two goals and had one assist during Gonzaga's monumental weekend of women's soccer victories
October 25, 2003 Oct 24- All eight teams were in conference action on Friday night Gonzaga upset LMU, 4-0, to earn their first conference win in four years
October 20, 2003 Oct 19-Portland, Santa Clara and San Diego posted shutout wins on Sunday in league action, while Saint Mary's defeated the Zags 3-1
October 20, 2003 Oct 20-Santa Clara's Leslie Osborne was named the WCC Player of the Week for women's soccer after recording her first career hat trick against then-No
October 20, 2003 Oct 20-A quick check of the major soccer polls show three WCC teams ranked among the nations top 15 teams
October 18, 2003 Oct 17-Pepperdine and San Francisco earned wins by single-goal margins in conference play, while Portland posted a shutout victory over Saint Mary's
October 13, 2003 Oct 12- All eight WCC teams played conference contests on Sunday, with all four games resulting in shutouts
October 13, 2003 Oct 13-The first week of conference play resulted in shutout victories by Pepperdine, Portland, Saint Mary's and Santa Clara over the weekend
October 13, 2003 Sophomore Lindsey Huie was named the WCC Player of the week for her part in Portlands two wins over the weekend
October 11, 2003 Oct 10- Two WCC squads were in action Friday as Gonzaga defeated visiting Montana by a score of 3-2 in overtime and Santa Clara played Cal State Fullerton to a 2-2 draw
October 10, 2003 Oct 9 - The Saint Mary's women's soccer team shut out the Sacramento State Hornets 2-0 on Thursday at Garaventa Field
October 10, 2003 Oct 9- Junior midfielder Ali Pavoni scored the golden goal at the 91:52 mark of the first overtime to lift the No
October 09, 2003 Oct 8- Seven different Pilots tallied goals and senior defender Imani Dorsey racked up two goals off headers in No
October 07, 2003 As a result of talented WCC teams beating up on each other during the conference season, two WCC teams remain in the top 10 of the various national polls
October 06, 2003 Oct 6-Four West Coast Conference schools find themselves ranked in the top-25
October 06, 2003 Oct 5-Six West Coast Conference schools took the field Sunday afternoon
October 06, 2003 Oct 6-San Diego senior forward Brenna Mullen helped the Toreros to an impressive 2-0 weekend, registering a 2-1 win over Arizona and a 2-1 double-overtime win versus then-#12 Arizona State
October 04, 2003 Oct 4-Angie Woznuk’s first career goal proved to be the game-winner as Lindsey Huie assisted on both Pilot scores, in a 2-1 win over in-state rival Oregon State at Merlo Field
October 04, 2003 Oct 3-In a busy night of WCC women’s soccer action, all eight teams took the field
September 29, 2003 Sep 29-After another big weekend of non-conference action, three WCC teams find themselves ranked in the top 25
September 29, 2003 Sep 29-Gonzaga junior forward Annie Hawkins and Loyola Marymount junior goalkeeper Kelly Yukihiro have been selected as the WCC Co-Players of the Week for their performances over the weekend
September 28, 2003 Sep 29-While San Diego and LMU played to ties on Sunday, Santa Clara posted a 2-0 shut out win over Cal Poly
September 27, 2003 Sep 26- West Coast Conference got off to a 5-0 start on Friday with San Francisco, LMU, Portland, Gonzaga and Pepperdine coming away with wins
September 27, 2003 Sep 27-The Saint Mary’s women’s soccer team gave up a game-winning goal to No
September 27, 2003 Sep 27- Jessica Heller’s first goal of the season held up as the game-winner in Portland’s 1-0 win over the Pacific Tigers
September 25, 2003 Sep 24-USF women's soccer suffered a 6-1 non-conference loss at #21 Stanford Wednesday night at Maloney Field in non-conference action
September 24, 2003 Sep 23-Jaime Rendich notched one goal and two assists for Brigham Young University as the Cougars defeated the Gonzaga University women's soccer team, 4-0 on Tuesday afternoon at Martin Field
September 24, 2003 Sep 24-Two WCC women’s soccer players earned national recognition for their performances over the weekend
September 22, 2003 Sep 22-Another big weekend of WCC women's soccer action is highlighted by a clash between Stanford and Saint Mary's
September 22, 2003 Sep 22-Portland freshman goalkeeper Cori Alexander has been playing like a veteran for the Pilots
September 21, 2003 Sep 21-Seven WCC teams were in action on Sunday against non-conference foes
September 19, 2003 Sep 19-Pepperdine, Loyola Marymount, Portland, Santa Clara and Gonzaga started the weekend off with wins, while the Saint Mary's Gaels narrowly fell to #21 USC, USF lost to #19 ASU and San Diego fell to Kansas
September 17, 2003 Sep 17-The weekly honors continue to roll in for Pepperdine women's soccer player Lacey Ubaldi
September 15, 2003 Sep 15-Pepperdine senior forward Lacey Ubaldi had a strong weekend, helping the Waves post back-to-back wins at the UNLV/Fila Classic
September 15, 2003 Sep 15-Four West Coast Conference women's soccer teams find themselves ranked in the latest NSCAA/Adidas West Region poll
September 14, 2003 Sep 14- Three WCC teams earned shutouts on Sunday as Pepperdine beat Virginia Commonwealth 3-0, LMU defeated Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1-0, and San Diego handed Vanderbilt a 1-0 loss
September 14, 2003 Sep 13- Only one WCC team took the pitch on Saturday and the Portland Pilots shut out visiting Cal State Fullerton 2-0 in the NIKE Tournament at Merlo Field
September 13, 2003 Sep 1- Six WCC squads were in action on Friday Pepperdine shut out ranked Auburn, by a score of 4-0
September 08, 2003 Sep 8-The West Coast Conference enters another big week of non-conference action
September 08, 2003 Sep 8-Pepperdine freshman defender Jennifer Brewer turned in a brilliant weekend, leading the Waves to a road sweep of San Jose State and Stanford
September 07, 2003 Sep 7-Seven WCC women’s soccer teams were in action Sunday afternoon Pepperdine shut out Stanford 1-0, Saint Mary’s downed UC Santa Barbara 3-2 and Portland cruised past San Jose State 4-0
September 06, 2003 Sep -Seven WCC women's soccer teams took the field Friday evening Pepperdine eased past San Jose St
September 05, 2003 Sep 4-Santa Clara University senior forward Veronica Zepeda scored two goals and added one assist to lead the Bronco women's soccer team to a 6-1 victory against Pacific this evening at Buck Shaw Stadium
September 02, 2003 Sep 2-Three WCC soccer players were among the Missouri Athletic Club's first “Watch List” of players considered among the top candidates for the 2003 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann trophy
September 01, 2003 Sep 11- San Francisco took 18 shots and scored a season-high eight goals in an 8-0 shutout of San Jose State on Thursday night
September 01, 2003 Sep 1-With the season started, WCC women's soccer team's prepare for another big weekend of soccer action
September 01, 2003 Sep 1-This week?s WCC Co-Players of the Week include a history making performer and a tournament MVP
August 31, 2003 Aug 31-Both Santa Clara and San Francisco routed their opponents on Sunday with the Broncos defeating San Jose State, 9-1, while the Lady Dons won 6-0 over Bosie State
August 30, 2003 Aug 29-WCC women's soccer teams were impressive in their season openers this Friday
August 26, 2003 2003 WS Standings
August 26, 2003 Aug 26-Three WCC women's soccer teams have been selected in the top 10 of the Soccer America preseason poll
August 20, 2003 Aug 20-With just over a week till the soccer season kicks off, many of the WCC teams are training in eager anticipation for the August 29 season-opening weekend
August 13, 2003 Aug 13-The WCC is the conference that many of the top women's soccer prospects are looking to when selecting a league to compete in
August 01, 2003 August 1 - Portland and Santa Clara, last year's NCAA College Cup finalists, were selected as the favorites to win the WCC women's soccer crown in the 2003 preseason poll, as selected by the league coaches

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