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Boys soccer ties Crossroads High School in back and forth battle

Justin Goldstein March 28, 2021

The boys soccer team tied Crossroads High School 1-1 making the squad's record 0-3-1 this season at home Friday. Chronicle staff writer Charlie Seymour '23 scored the one goal for the Wolverines in...

Valentina Gaxiola ’21 edits her iMovie about Italian women’s soccer. Credit: Valentia Gaxiola, used with permission.

Valentina Gaxiola researches gender inequality in Italian sports

Liam Razmjoo August 27, 2020

Junior Summer Fellowship recipient Valentina Gaxiola '21 researched gender inequality in sports this summer. While on a trip to Italy a few years ago, Gaxiola said she was inspired to study sexism in...

Credit: Ryan Albert/Chronicle

Wolverines Only: Charlie Mendes

Charlie Mendes March 1, 2019

I started playing soccer when I was five. My parents never forced me to play, but, as a Brazilian, soccer was ingrained in my life from the second I was born. One of my earliest memories was setting up...

Girls’ soccer loses in semi-finals of the CIF Regional Tournament

William Seymour February 28, 2019

The girls’ soccer team’s season has come to end following its 1-0 defeat tonight against Los Alamitos High School in the Semi-Final game of the CIF Regional Tournament. The squad finished with an...

Girls’ soccer wins round one of CIF Regional Tournament

William Seymour February 26, 2019

Girls’ soccer defeated Carlsbad High School 3-2 in overtime tonight in round one of the CIF Regional Tournament, capping their record off at 18-1-6. The Wolverines’ first two goals came during...

#NOPHILTER: Defender Natalie Phillips ’21 prepares to pass the ball while midfielder Whitney Elson ’19 looks on in the 1-0 Senior Night win against Notre Dame High School on Jan. 31. This win capped the Wolverines’ overall record off at 14-0-6. Credit: Lucas Lee/Chronicle

Semi-final playoff loss ends squad’s undefeated streak

William Seymour February 23, 2019

The girls’ soccer team ended its undefeated streak by losing 3-0 at the CIF Southern Section Division I Semi-Finals to Los Alamitos High School on Feb. 16. The squad had an overall record of 17-1-6...

Midfielder Natalie Barnouw '21 and midfielder Whitney Elson '19 both go after the ball in the Wolverines' 2-2 game against South Hills High School on Dec. 4.
Credit: Ryan Albert / Chronicle

Experience and depth result in an undefeated season

William Seymour January 30, 2019

The Wolverines have yet to lose a game so far this season and clinched the Mission League title on Friday after beating Flintridge Sacred Heart High School. They have also outscored all of their opponents...

FLYNNER FLYNNER CHICKEN DINNER: Defender Flynn Klace ’19 heads the ball in the 2-2 tie against South Hills in the first game of the Aliso Cup Tournament on Dec. 4. Both forward Katherine Hollis ’19 and midfielder Whitney Elson ’19 scored for the Wolverines. Photo Credit: Ryan Albert / Chronicle

Experience fuels team’s early success

William Seymour December 12, 2018

The girls’ soccer team is off to a positive start after beating San Juan Hills High School 3-1 in the championship of the OC Winter Showcase on Dec. 1. As of press time, they have a record of 5-0-3. On...

Ali Riley ’06 to play soccer for Chelsea FC

Keila McCabe June 28, 2018

Ali Riley ’06 signed to play professional women’s soccer for Chelsea FC in London, England.  During her time at Harvard-Westlake she was two-time Mission League Offensive MVP, two-time  first-team...

Natalie Barnouw '20 receives a pass in the middle of the field. Credit: Pavan Tauh/Chronicle

Girls’ soccer loses at home

Asa Saperstein February 2, 2018

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...

Boys’ soccer draws against Chaminade

Ben Tenzer January 27, 2018

The boys' soccer team came out with a 1-1 draw in a Mission League matchup at Chaminade on Friday night. The tie is the second of the season for the Wolverines and puts them at 6-7-2 overall on the season. The...

Boys’ soccer falls to Crespi

Ben Tenzer January 17, 2018

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...

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