2016 Women's Soccer Year in Review
Junior Lexi Prillaman and freshmen Brooke Beam and Alyssa Walker were all honored by the conference after leading the team to one of the most efficient offensive seasons in program history.
In an aggressive and hard-fought rivalry game, the University of Richmond women's soccer team could not find the back of the net on Sunday afternoon, falling in overtime to VCU, 1-0.
Lexi Prillaman scored twice and Meaghan Carrigan added a goal to lead the University of Richmond women's soccer to a dominant 3-1 win over St. Bonaventure on Thursday night.
After a standout performance in the Spiders' 4-3 win over La Salle last week, University of Richmond women's soccer senior Meaghan Carrigan has been selected as the Wells Fargo Athlete of the Week.
The University of Richmond women's soccer team played through a heavy wind, but were unable to overtake Fordham, falling 3-1 on Sunday afternoon.
Senior Meaghan Carrigan scored twice for her third multi-goal game of the season, as the University of Richmond women's soccer team downed visiting La Salle, 4-3, in Atlantic 10 action.
Spider soccer standout Ashley Riefner returned to Richmond's campus on Wednesday evening for the first time in nearly six months after completing her first professional season in Finland.
The University of Richmond women's soccer team played a dominant second half on Sunday afternoon, but a late goal was not enough, as the Spiders fell, 2-1, to George Washington in Atlantic 10 play.
Meaghan Carrigan and Keaira Clark both scored for the Spiders, but the University of Richmond women's soccer team was unable to overtake a threatening Saint Joseph's offense
For the second time this season, Brooke Beam was named the Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week for her play in the Spider midfield. This marks the second-straight week that a UR newcomer has taken home the conference honor.
The Spiders scored twice in the first half to take a 2-1 win over visiting Rhode Island on Sunday afternoon.