Girls’ soccer loses at home

Girls’ soccer loses at home

The girls’ soccer team was defeated 2-1 at home Friday night by Flintridge Sacred Heart. On an early goal by Kat Hollis ’19, the Wolverines got out to a quick lead before Sacred Heart scored two straight goals. The team had a few chances to put in a second goal at the end of the […]

Boys’ soccer falls to Crespi

The boys’ soccer team lost to Mission League rival Crespi 2-0, falling to an overall record of 4-7-1 and 2-3 in league. This was the team’s first matchup against the Celts and will face off again in the final game of the season on Feb. 8. Midfielder Asher Vogel ’19 expressed the squad’s disappointment in […]

Alumna earns spot on FIFPro shortlist

FIFPro announced Ali Riley ’06’s selection to the player-elected Womens’ World XI shortlist on Wednesday.   Riley, an outside back for Sweden’s FC Rosengård, appeared in the Summer Olympics last year, playing for New Zealand’s national team. “Simply being mentioned in the same sentence as these two feels like a dream, let alone being nominated alongside them,” Riley wrote on Instagram, referring […]

Wolverines win Mission League on Senior Night

After defeating the Marlborough Mustangs 6-1, on Senior Night, the girls’ soccer team is first in league. This win marks the sixth consecutive Mission League title for the squad. Bridget Stokdyk ’18 scored in the first five minutes, providing an early lead for the Wolverines. Annabelle Heisel ’19 and Katherine Hollis ‘19 also scored. Paige […]

Freshman scores only goal in boys’ soccer win

The boys’ soccer team defeated Crespi 1-0 in the two teams’ second league meeting of the season. After losing their first league meeting to Crespi 3-0, the Wolverines were able to hold Crespi scoreless for the entirety of tonight’s match. Langston Holly ’21 scored the Wolverines’ only goal of the game. After starting their league season […]

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