Category: Soccer

Emory coaches aim to inspire, empower next generation of female athletes

Catherine Whitehill poses for a photo in her Boston Breakers jersey in 2013. (Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/KazLovesPinoe) This is the first of a series of articles for Women's History Month spotlighting female empowerment through sports.  “You can't put women in a box. You can't put us in a mold. It’s important to bring out whatever [...]

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The freak accident that halted my sports career

After the pandemic delayed my first collegiate soccer season, I was ecstatic to play this past fall. I prepared for the season by playing in summer league games, lifting at the gym and working on my fitness more than I ever had before.  I finally felt like I was back in my soccer routine with [...]

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Sweet Caroline: Emory men’s soccer hosts DIII NCAA tournament

The Emory men’s soccer team embraced senior goalkeeper Jack Hudson on the field, as students and supporters chanted Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” that played over the speakers at the Woodruff Physical Education Center (WoodPEC).  On the afternoon of Nov. 13, the Eagles faced off against the Centre College (Ky.) Colonels in the first round of [...]

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One game away from their season finales, Emory soccer stays alive

Emory University’s men’s and women’s soccer teams took a trip northeast this past weekend and faced New York University (NYU) at Gaelic Park in Riverdale, New York on Oct. 31.  Men’s soccer narrowly avoids Halloween scare The men’s team played their second consecutive overtime game after losing 1-0 to Brandeis University (Mass.) two days earlier. Although [...]

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