Becca Wann, in her 1st home game since winning gold in the U-20 Women’s World Cup, scored both goals in a 2-0 victory for Richmond women’s soccer over American.
After falling in its first four games of the 2012 season, Richmond’s women’s soccer team defeated Villanova, 3-1, in its first home contest.
Richmond’s Becca Wann was named a first-team All-American for her season on the soccer field. She is just the second Spider in history to receive the accolade.
Richmond’s women’s soccer team earned the second seed in this weekend’s Atlantic-10 Tournament, receiving a bye in Dayton, Ohio.
Richmond’s women’s soccer coach, Peter Albright, gets spotlighted, as he talks about his daily schedule and how he got to where he is today.
Richmond’s women’s soccer team took down No. 21 Dayton, 1-0, Sunday on a goal from Becca Wann for the Spiders’ second win over a nationally ranked opponent this season.
Richmond’s women’s soccer team outshot its opponent, Xavier, 35-17, Friday night, but was unable to find the net and finished with a tie, 0-0.
Reigning A-10 Player of the Week, Becca Wann, takes some time to answer questions from the Collegian sports team.
The Richmond women’s soccer team picked up its third victory in four games by blanking Liberty, 1-0, Sunday evening. Jensen Smith scored her first goal of the year in the win.
The Richmond women’s soccer team took out a ranked opponent for the first time in two years, defeating WIlliam & Mary 2-0 at Robins Stadium Thursday night.