Despite a rocky start to the season, the men’s and women’s soccer programs have qualified for another ASC tournament run, finishing first and fourth in their conferences, respectively.
The subtle changing of leaves means it’s time for UTD fall sports to start up again. Volleyball, women’s soccer and men’s soccer all have high hopes this season, but … Read More
The men’s soccer team fell 3-0 in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Nov. 14 to second-ranked Trinity, ending its chances at a national tournament run.
Women’s team looks to shake up ASC tourney after year of learning, rebuilding
After graduating nine seniors and losing all 11 starters from last season, the women’s soccer … Read More
Men’s squad looks to bounce back from late season slump in first rounds
An unassisted shot from the left side zipped past LeTourneau’s keeper, finding the back of … Read More
Freshman and sophomore players lead soccer teams in goals, points
At the collegiate and professional level, young players often encounter growing pains as they adapt to the difference in … Read More
Men’s soccer player gives team boost in return from injury
During a team practice on Sept. 3, 2014, junior forward J.T. Hawkins was in a full sprint trying … Read More
Correction: An earlier version of this article misstated how many goals were scored by graduating seniors last year. The Mercury regrets this error.
Despite going toe to toe … Read More
After posting a 14-5-3 record and falling short in the 2014 ASC championship game, the men’s soccer team is looking to build on last years play — this time … Read More
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