2017 MIT Women's Soccer News

  • No. 16 Women’s Soccer Shuts Out Smith, 6-0, To Remain Undefeated
    September 23, 2017
    The MIT women’s soccer team, ranked No. 16 in the United Soccer Coaches Division III poll and No. 8 in the D3Soccer.com poll, extended their win streak to nine as the Engineers shut out Smith College, 6-0, in a New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) matchup on Saturday afternoon in Cambridge.
  • Hoekstra’s Hat Trick Propels No. 16 Women’s Soccer To 7-1 Win Over Salem State
    September 19, 2017
    Cambridge, Mass. (September 19) - MIT sophomore Chessa Hoekstra (Portland, Maine) registered her first collegiate hat trick this afternoon as the No. 8/16 nationally-ranked Engineers powered past Salem State University, 7-1, in non-conference action on Tuesday afternoon in Cambridge.
  • Nielan’s Game Winner Sends No. 20 MIT Over Wheaton, 1-0, In Rain Soaked NEWMAC Battle
    September 15, 2017
    Cambridge, Mass. (September 15) - MIT freshman Maya Nielan (Danville, Calif.) found the back of the net off an excellent corner kick by sophomore Emily Berzolla (Riverside, Conn.) in the 81st minute as the nationally-ranked Engineers claimed a 1-0 win over Wheaton College in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) opener for both teams.
  • No. 20 Women’s Soccer Doubles Up Roger Williams, 2-0
    September 12, 2017
    Bristol, R.I. (September 12) - The MIT women's soccer team, ranked No. 20 in the first United Soccer Coaches Division III national poll and third in the first United Soccer Coaches New England Regional rankings, improved to 6-0 this fall with a 2-0 win over Roger Williams in non-conference action on Tuesday night in Rhode Island.
  • Women’s Soccer Blanks Thomas; Runs Win Streak To Five
    September 09, 2017
    Cambridge, Mass. (September 9) - The MIT women’s soccer team ran its win streak to five this afternoon as the Engineers blanked Thomas College, 7-0, in non-conference action at Steinbrenner Stadium.
  • Women’s Soccer Takes Road Match at Emmanuel, 6-1
    September 07, 2017
    Boston, Mass. (September 7) - The MIT women’s soccer team remained undefeated this fall and moved to 4-0 with a 6-1 non-conference win over the Saints of Emmanuel College on Thursday evening in Boston. MIT used four first half goals, including two from junior Allie Hrabchak (Princeton, N.J.) to secure the victory.
  • Nichols, Nielan Sweep NEWMAC Women’s Soccer Athlete of the Week Honors
    September 05, 2017
    Westwood, Mass. (September 5) – After opening the season with a 2-0 record by defeating No. 6 nationally-ranked Brandeis University, 3-2, and Lesley University, 5-2, the MIT women’s soccer team has swept the first New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) weekly honors of 2017. Junior Hailey Nichols (Boulder, Colo.) was named as the Offensive Player of the Week and freshman Maya Nielan (Danville, Calif.) was named as the Defensive Player of the Week
  • Women’s Soccer Downs Worcester State, 4-1
    September 05, 2017
    Cambridge, Mass. (September 5) - The MIT women’s soccer team used three second-half goals to stay undefeated in 2017 as the Engineers downed Worcester State University by a 4-1 score on Tuesday evening in Cambridge.
  • Four Second Half Goals Send Women’s Soccer Over Lesley, 5-2
    September 02, 2017
    Cambridge, Mass. (September 2) - The MIT women’s soccer team used four second half goals including two which came in a span of 2:37 seconds to win their second game of the year by a 5-2 final score against the host Lesley University Lynx on Saturday evening in Cambridge. Junior Allie Hrabchak (Princeton, N.J.) registered a pair of goals, while sophomore Montana Reilly (Los Angeles, Calif.) notched two assists to aid the Engineers offensive effort.
  • Women’s Soccer Topples No. 6 Brandeis, 3-2, On Opening Night
    September 01, 2017
    Cambridge, Mass. (September 1) - With the score even at 2-2, MIT junior Hailey Nichols (Boulder, Colo.) knocked in the game winning goal in the 65th minute as the women’s soccer team defeated No. 6 nationally-ranked Brandeis University, 3-2, in both teams season openers on Friday evening in Cambridge.
  • Women’s Soccer Selected Second In NEWMAC Preseason Poll
    August 29, 2017
    WESTWOOD, Mass. (August 29) – In the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) women’s soccer preseason coaches’ poll, which was released by the league this morning, the MIT women’s soccer team was selected to finish second in 2017 only behind 2016 league champion WPI. The Engineers earned three first-place votes, with each head coach not allowed to vote for their own team.
  • Women’s Soccer Unveils 2017 Schedule
    July 05, 2017
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (July 5) – The MIT women’s soccer program has announced its slate of games for the 2017 season, which will feature a 19-match schedule that includes ten New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) contests and ten home games at Roberts Field at Steinbrenner Stadium. The Engineers will be under the guidance of tenth-year head coach Martin Desmarais