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UM Women Battle #6 MMC To Double-Overtime Tie


PULASKI, Tenn-- The University of Mobile women's soccer team battled 6th-ranked Martin Methodist College to a 1-1 double-overtime tie in road action Thursday evening. Mobile moves to 1-0-1 on the year and will visit top-ranked Lee University Aug. 28 at 7 pm. Defense ruled the game, as the teams combined for only 11 shots, with Martin Methodist holding a 7-4 advantage in that area.

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Simmons Lifts Lady Rams In Double-Overtime


MOBILE, Ala-- Brianna Simmons' goal in the 102nd minute gave the University of Mobile women's soccer team a 1-0 win over rival Spring Hill College in double-overtime to open the 2010 season at Spring Hill's Liberty Field. The Lady Rams (1-0) will travel to face Martin Methodist University in Pulaski, Tenn., August 26 at 4 pm. The game featured few scoring opportunities, with Mobile putting only 5 of 19 shots on target, and Spring Hill putting 4 of 8 shots on frame.

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Women's Soccer Opener Moved To Spring Hill

MOBILE, Ala-- Due to heavy rains over the past week, the University of Mobile women's soccer team will open up the 2010 season at Spring Hill College Monday, Aug. 23 at 5 pm. The game was originally scheduled to be at UMobile at 7 pm, but the playing field was made unplayable by the recent wet weather. The Lady Rams and Badgers moved to the Southern States Athletic Conference this season, but this contest will be a non-conference matchup.

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Women's Soccer Receives Votes In Preseason Poll

MOBILE, Ala-- The University of Mobile women's soccer team received 28 votes in the 2010 NAIA Women's Soccer Coaches' Preseason Top 25 Poll, as voted upon by NAIA coaches. The Lady Rams are 10th among teams receiving votes, while Lee University tops the poll after going 21-2-1 in 2009. Point Loma, Concordia University, Lindsey Wilson College and Azusa Pacific round out the top five.

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Women's Soccer Adds Two More

MOBILE, Ala-- The University of Mobile women's soccer program announced the addition of Dominique Jones and Brittany Boston for the 2010 season. Jones's primary position is goalkeeper, but she has played in the field, and the team will decide where to play her when she gets to Mobile. Boston is a midfielder whose "strength is her natural athletic ability," according to Mobile Head Coach Brian Person.

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Mobile Finishes 2nd In Thomas Howell Cup Standings

HATTIESBURG, Miss-- The Gulf Coast Athletic Conference announced the 2010 Thomas Howell Cup winner Tuesday and Belhaven University edged out the University of Mobile to win the coveted trophy for the first time in school history. The Thomas Howell Cup is awarded to the school with the highest number of points based on the order of finish in the various sports they participate in.

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Maddox And Stovall Named All-American

KANSAS CITY, Mo-- The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics released the 2009 NAIA Women's Soccer All-America Teams Saturday, and the University of Mobile Lady Rams had two players honored.

Missy Stovall and Anna Maddox were named Honorable Mention All-Americans. There are three teams in addition to an honorable mention list. Maddox, a junior goalkeeper from Auburn, Ala., is a two-time NAIA All-American.

 

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