Tag: women’s soccer

Tomorrow is Phoenix Friday

It’s nearly the weekend, which means set your UW-Green Bay gear out tonight and show your campus pride tomorrow. The UW-Green Bay Bookstore has a storewide 20% discount (excluding textbooks). At noon on Saturday, the Swimming and Diving team has an intra-squad meet with alumni of the program. Also at 7 p.m. Saturday, women’s soccer […]

It’s Phoenix Friday!

Today is Phoenix Friday. Don’t miss upcoming singer/songwriter, Dustin Hatzenbuhler, in the Coffee Shop at 8 p.m. tonight. He has appeared on The Voice and plays the guitar, ukulele, and piano. Admission is free to students and community members alike. Men’s soccer hosts Wright State at 7 p.m. Saturday and women’s soccer hosts South Dakota […]

Soccer hires two new coaches, Brandao and Bonomo

Not yet mentioned in this space: UW-Green Bay Director of Athletics Mary Ellen Gillespie has announced the hiring of head coaches for the men’s and women’s soccer teams. Kim Brandao, a top assistant at the State University of New York at Buffalo, is the new women’s coach. She has played professionally in Spain, Sweden and […]

Hartmann gets first-team Horizon soccer honors

Heidi Hartmann, who had two goals Monday night to push the UW-Green Bay women’s soccer team into the Horizon League semifinals, has made the Horizon All-League first team. The junior has 13 goals in leading the Phoenix to the program’s best record in decades, 11-6-2, and a shot at No. 1 seed Valparaiso on the […]

Thursday’s tourney game at Valpo will be a program first (ESPN3 stream)

The Green Bay-Valparaiso semifinal game Thursday (Nov. 6) in Indiana will mark the first appearance for the Green Bay women’s soccer team on an ESPN platform, in this case the online ESPN3. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. CST under the lights at Brown Field on the Valparaiso campus. To see the match, click here. […]

Phoenix women’s soccer team claims playoff win

The Green Bay women’s soccer team hadn’t qualified for the Horizon League tournament since 2009, won a tournament match since 2004, or won a playoff game at home since 1994. All of which made Monday night’s quarterfinal win at Santaga Stadium, 3-1 over Youngstown State, all the more special. Coach Kacey Burke’s team improved its […]