women's soccer

Farewell to the women’s soccer seniors with the end of the season


By  Berkeley Neuman The Lewis & Clark women’s soccer team celebrated the departure of their two sole seniors in the last game of the season on Sunday Nov. 4. They played Whitworth University at home, a team they had tied earlier in the season. The beginning of the game was challenging for the team, as

Senior Day Women’s Soccer


By Zachary Lerman On Nov. 5, the Lewis & Clark women’s soccer team played against Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) at Griswold in the final game of the 2017 season. Going into the match, the Pios were on a seven-game losing streak with their last win coming against Beloit College on Sept. 3. Their overall record

Women’s Soccer Week 6


By Zachary Lerman This past weekend, the Lewis & Clark women’s soccer team had a two-game homestand against fellow Northwestern conference rivals. On the afternoon of Oct. 13, the Pios took on Whitman and played Whitworth the following day. Before the doubleheader, the Pios had an overall 2-5-2 record with a 1-5-2 Northwestern Conference record

Women’s soccer takes on Puget Sound in final game


  The Pioneers led with a backline of mostly underclassmen to start off the game against Willamette on Nov. 5. The same formation they chose to run at their games from the weekend prior. In an effort to enhance the team offensively, Mackenzie Cornell-Maier ’17 and Isobel Fikso ’17 took midfield. “As hard as it

Meet Lulu Adams, soccer star and food-lover


LULU ADAMS ’20 has been leading the Lewis and Clark women’s soccer team to a great fall season. Originally from New York City and a Los Angeles transplant, Adams is one of the 13 first-year students to join the women’s soccer team this year. A center forward and right midfielder, Adams leads the team offensively. She

Graduating women’s soccer players reminisce


By ABE FIELD MEGAN RATFIELD ’16 1. What was your fondest memory of LC soccer? Besides beating Linfield my sophomore year at home, I would have to say it was our second-to-last game this year, coming from behind to beat Whitworth 4-2! 2. What legacy do you hope to leave behind? I hope to leave

Going from athlete to coach


An interview with Soccer’s Head Coach, Jim Tursi By CARLY CHELOVITZ I interviewed Jim Tursi, our women’s soccer coach, on his transition from playing soccer to coaching it. Originally from Portland, Oregon, he played Division I soccer at The University of Portland and has coached soccer for the last 30 years. What does a typical