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Women’s soccer team strives for win

The women's soccer team charges off the field following a win. Photo credit: Jordan Jarrell

Cydney Nance

October 17, 2016

Only two figures stand out to the Chico State women's soccer team: six and 10. The team suffered six consecutive losses after starting its conference, despite having an undefeated preseason. The lack of success has stumped the team's leaders, including senior midfielder Emily Shleppey. “Honestly,...

Women’s soccer claims first conference win

Junior defender Brooke Coelho dribbles the ball away from a defender. Photo credit: Jordan Jarrell

Jordan Jarrell

October 9, 2016

The Chico State women's soccer team pulled out their first conference win Oct. 7 with a goal by senior midfielder Emily Shleppey to put the 'Cats over Cal State L.A. 2-1.The win brings the Wildcats overall record to 5-6-1, and their conference record to 1-6-0.The Golden Eagles took the lead in the firs...

Coyotes continue ‘Cats losing streak

Sophomore Carlie Reader fights for the ball during the 'Cats home game against Cal State San Bernardino. Photo credit: Makayla Hopkins

Cydney Nance

October 1, 2016

The Chico State women's soccer team took on Cal State San Bernardino on the 'Cats home field on Sept. 30 and lost 1-3.The loss gives the 'Cats a season record of 4-5-1 and is the fifth consecutive loss for Chico State. The 'Cats remain without a win in their conference, with a 0-5 record.The Coyotes took an ...

The ‘Front Row Joe’ rules of soccer

Junior Shelby Lanksbury prepares to launch the ball in a game last semester. Photo credit: Allisun Coote

Esther Briggs

March 7, 2016

Sitting in the front of the classroom is not everyone's favorite place. Teachers might call on you or notice if you skip class more than they would if you sat closer to the back.For the Chico State women's soccer team, head coach Kim Sutton uses the "Front Row Joe" rule when it comes to choosing a s...

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