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Golden Eagles drop contest to UAB, 1-0

After two tie contests against conference opponents Old Dominion and Charlotte at home, the Southern Miss Women’s soccer team (6-7-3, 0-5- 3 C-USA) lost...

Golden Eagles lose overtime game against Marshall, 4-3

The Southern Miss women’s soccer team (6-3-1, C-USA 0-1- 1) forced its second consecutive overtime game against conference opponent Marshall (3-7-0, C-USA 1-2-0) this...

Southern Miss Soccer ties with Western Kentucky

Southern Miss Soccer ended in a tie for the first time this season against Western Kentucky on Thursday, Sept. 21. WKU was strong on the...

Southern Miss drops first C-USA matchup, 1-0

The Southern Miss women’s soccer (6-3, C-USA 0-1) team lost its first C-USA bout against UTEP (5-5) on Sunday. The one goal victory came in...

Golden Eagles dominate Jackson State in shutout win

With nine different Golden Eagles scoring, the team tied the school record for goals scored in a match in their 10-0 win over Jackson...

Golden Eagles move to 3-0 after win at Louisiana-Monroe

The Southern Miss women’s soccer team remains undefeated after netting three goals in the second half of their road matchup against Louisiana-Monroe on Aug....

Southern Miss dismantles Southeastern Louisiana in soccer opening exhibition, 8-1

Lightning delays in no way discouraged the Golden Eagles women’s soccer team on August 10. In their season opening exhibition against the Southeastern Louisiana Lions,...

Gallery: USM soccer behind the scenes

All photographs taken by Adriana Garcia The Golden Eagles finished 2016 with eight wins and seven ties, 26 goals scored, five seniors, nine juniors, 10...
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