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The WSU womens soccer team posing for a photo on Aug. 4, before their 2022 season starts.

And the award goes to…Wildcats!

Rayshaun Baker-Lynch, Reporter November 3, 2022

Weber State University’s women’s soccer team had five players who received Big Sky honors this season: junior Yira Yoggerst, sophomores Morgan Furmaniak and Brynlee Meyerhoffer and seniors Rachel Twede...

Hailey Price bumps a soccer ball off her head during a game against UNC in 2021.

Opinion: Strengths and shortcomings of women’s soccer

Simon Mortensen, Asst. sports editor July 11, 2022

The 2021 Big Sky women’s soccer tournament was filled with massive upsets and close games. Strong teams like the University of Northern Colorado lost early while Cinderella story teams like Weber State...

Sadie Newsom dribbles down the line and looks to cross the ball.

Stepping up to a new season

Angelina Fontenot, Reporter July 11, 2022

Weber State University’s women’s soccer team ended last season with a 1–0 Big Sky Conference championship loss against the University of Montana. In the upcoming season, the Wildcats are chasing...

The soccer team comes together for a celebration. Photo credit: WSU Athletics

Slidin’ into the semi-finals

Dalton Gallegos November 3, 2021

As women's soccer moves into the Big Sky Championships, six Wildcats received recognition in the Big Sky's Postseason All-Conference Awards on Nov. 1.Freshman Morgan Furmaniak was dubbed as Top Newcomer...

Weber State tries to score against Sacramento State on Friday night. (Robert Lewis / The Signpost)

Weber State women’s soccer prepares for postponed season during pandemic

Jace Cook September 21, 2020

The Weber State women’s soccer team is one of many teams affected by the Big Sky Conference’s decision to postpone the fall season. Because of the season’s postponement, the women will...

Rashid Shaheed, wide receiver for the ‘Cats, blows passed the final defender on the way to the endzone. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Wild athletes to watch for the ’Cats

Ian Syme August 27, 2019

Every year, roughly 330 student-athletes compete on the fields and courts for Weber State University. The student-athletes compete in 16 different sports, hoping to bring excitement and championships to...

Megan Rapinoe of the USA celebrates after scoring her teams second goal during the World Cup quarterfinal against France at Parc des Princes in Paris on June 28, 2019. (Richard Heathcote/Getty Images/TNS) **FOR USE WITH THIS STORY ONLY**

US women’s soccer team on top of world

Ian Syme July 8, 2019

Four years after a decisive victory over Japan, the United States women’s national team has now claimed back-to-back FIFA Women’s World Cups after defeating the Netherlands 2–0 in Lyon,...

WSU Womens Soccer against UCLA (Sara Parker / The Signpost)

Schedule release begins WSU soccer season

Joe Traub June 25, 2018

In the eyes of head coach Tim Crompton, the Weber State University soccer team is ready for a challenge in the upcoming season. The longtime Wildcats head coach scheduled several high quality non-conference...

Wildcats waiting to make their way onto the field. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Weekly Wildcat Sporting Events

Jake Mcmahon September 14, 2017

With fall semester finally here, students have the opportunity to witness many Wildcat athletes in action. Whether it is Women’s Soccer showing no fear in taking on the Bruins of UCLA who are currently...

Domestic violence stains the sporting world

July 20, 2015

In 2015, domestic violence and sports go hand in a hand, a sad reality that professional athletes can’t keep their anger and aggression on the field and instead display it in a domestic setting. The...

Cases of Hope Solo, Ray Rice spotlight domestic violence stereotypes

September 30, 2014

The NFL is not the only sports organization dealing with domestic violence controversies. The U.S. women's national soccer team is dealing with issues as well. Hope Solo, the captain of the team, is...

Soccer falls to No. 1 Vikings, bounces back over Hornets

October 21, 2013

With the regular season winding down, the Weber State University women's soccer team hosted two critical matches with seeding implications last week. The first and most prominent game came on Thursday...

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