The 2020-2021 year was a remarkable year in which the Women's Soccer Program was able to overcome obstacles and produce the academic, social, and on field success that has become synonymous with this program's history! The players were able to navigate remote learning, hybrid classes, and in person learning to raise the program's Cumulative GPA to 3.66. Junior Kylinn Kraemer, was honored as the Student-Athlete with the highest cumulative GPA. Imani Thompson was named as the first ever Student Representative to the NJAC Diversity & Inclusion Committee
On the field, the 2020-2021 Women's Soccer Team captured the programs 4th NJAC Title, and finished 5-0-2. Despite constant COVID testing, and the start and stop nature of the season the group was able to keep focused on their ultimate goal... getting into those T-Shirts!!!!
The financial constraints of the past year have been significant. Having started preseason in February, our gear and equipment needs were tremendous. We continue to work to provide an outstanding experience for our student-athletes, through an expansive strength and conditioning, and by ensuring that our student-athletes are the best suited to continue to be a source of pride to the University and our supporters!
We are humbly asking for your financial support for the women's soccer program and helping us reach our goal of $5,000.00 as we begin our quest for the program's 5th NJAC title this fall!