Utah Valley women’s soccer was in sin city Sunday, visiting the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. Sophomore forward Julianna Carter made sure UVU wouldn’t have to ….
“It was a wild game you know, everything from the weather, the fans, the cards, the officiating and the goals. It was a knockout kind of battle and I don’t think we played well initially in the first 20 minutes,” said UVU head coach Chris Lemay. “We were very lethargic, second to balls, it almost took their goal to wake us up and as soon as we conceded we started to build a little momentum. I thought we took that into the second half.”
“There were individual efforts that were good defensively, collectively we were good. Defensively you know it’s a shame to give up one and lose,” said UVU head coach Chris Lemay. “At the end of the day they’re a really good team and are ranked in the top-10 for a reason.”
“We loved the ending and we feel like we deserved it. I felt like our possession was great all night, created a lot of chances and we stayed persistent,” said UVU head coach Chris Lemay. “Juli Carter was in the right place and she was able to tuck it away, that is what she was there to do.”
Utah Valley University finished off their California road trip on Sunday afternoon taking on Santa Clara University. The Wolverines didn’t bring much fight though, and ….
Utah Valley University had to work on Labor Day, and work they did. The Wolverines faced off against the Titans of Cal State Fullerton University ….
Utah Valley University was back in action on the comfort of their home field Friday night. Having come off a tough two-game road trip resulting ….
Coming off a dismal 5-14-2 record last season, the UVU women’s soccer team looked to turn a new page and start their 2019 season in ….
Wolverine green against Wolverine blue was the scene on the pitch Sunday in Ann Arbor as Utah Valley University took on the University of Michigan. ….