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Lady Knights determined to succeed in new season

Soccer season is near as the Knights look to improve on their 4-8-5 record last season. In 2013, the team finished with a 11-5-1 record that included a semi-final appearance in the East Coast Conference. After that season, the seniors on the team were replaced with new players, including five freshmen. Carl Christian enters his […]

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Pledging to a sports team offers benefits for women

Opportunities for success increase for women who participate in high school athletics as a result of the implementation of Title IX, according to a November 2013 study from Yale Law School. The study comes at a time where coverage of women in sports has been on the rise with the most recent being the Sochi […]

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Fitness and success are essential for women’s soccer team

After losing 2-0 in the semi-finals last year to rivals, Bridgeport, the Queens College women’s soccer team looks to build their growing success this season. During their preseason, the Lady Knights hoped to gain – as head coach Carl Christian placed it – “match fitness and confidence.” The team aims to ensure a playoff spot […]

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Women’s Soccer Clinches ECC Playoff Position

With their last two consecutive shutout victories at home, the Queens College women’s soccer team advanced to a 9-3-3 record and clinched a berth in the ECC playoffs. On Friday October 12th, the Lady Knights defeated Roberts Wesleyan 1-0 on Knights Field in Flushing. The competition was fierce and the ensuring corner-kick marker came off […]

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Women’s soccer tries to bounce back after ‘reality check’

After a “reality check season,” the Queens College women’s soccer team — with a squad of 21 players — kicked off the 2012 season last week with a win against St. Anslem and a tie against Pace University. Both St. Anslem and Pace belong to the NE-10 Conference, a conference placed higher than the East […]

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