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    http://www.gophersports.com/sports/w...051618aaa.html

    Assistant Krystle Seidel accepts head coaching position at Macalester:


    After 10 years as a part of the University of Minnesota soccer program, Krystle Seidel has accepted a job as the next head coach at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn.

    "I want to thank Kim Chandler for this unbelievable opportunity at Macalester College," Seidel said. "I will forever be indebted to the University of Minnesota soccer program for taking me in with open arms as a student-athlete and allowing me an extremely remarkable start to my coaching career, and giving me opportunities to grow as a person, coach, and leader over the past nine years."

    "I want to thank University of Minnesota athletic department for its support through this process," Seidel added. "I am especially grateful for Stefanie Golan's leadership and mentoring over the past six years and Mikki Denney Wright's willingness to make me a part of history at Minnesota Soccer as both a player and a coach. The time I have spent with the program has shaped who I am as a person and I will forever be appreciative of that. I love Gopher Soccer and plan to support it as an alum for years to come."

    After one year in a Maroon and Gold uniform, Seidel jumped right into the coaching scene. During Seidel's time with Minnesota as a coach, the Gophers have made the NCAA Tournament four times, and helped win the 2016 Big Ten regular season and tournament title. Seidel has primary coached defenders in her time with the program, and helped coach her fifth player to All-Big Ten honors. In 2017, the Gophers also qualified for the Big Ten Tournament for the 10th straight season, making it every year Seidel has been a part of the staff.


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    Umm they spelled Stanford wrong.

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    http://www.gophersports.com/sports/w...062718aaa.html


    Molly Rouse has officially joined the University of Minnesota women’s soccer staff as an Assistant Coach, announced by head coach Stefanie Golan today.

    “We are thrilled to add alumna Molly Rouse to the coaching staff. Molly has such a passion for the program and is a bright young coach who is committed to influencing the lives of young women through coaching,” Golan said. “We have watched her work her way through the profession and learn each step of the way, and she has really blossomed under Coach DiIanni at Iowa this past year. She embodies all that Minnesota Soccer stands for and we look forward to the impact she will make.”

    Rouse, a Minnesota soccer alum, played in 88 career games for the Maroon and Gold in her four seasons that spanned form 2007-2010. Rouse netted 18 goals with the Golden Gophers while adding 17 assists for a grand total of 53 points in her career....


    ...Rouse rejoins the Gophers as an assistant coach after making multiple other assistant coaching stops since leaving in 2010. She most recently coached the University of Iowa (2017-18), Nebraska-Omaha (2017), Buffalo (2015-16) and Alabama State (2014). Prior to coaching Rouse was played a few years professionally, competing for the Minnesota Kings and Vancouver Whitecaps in the Women’s Premier Soccer League.

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    The ladies played their first exhibition game last night, defeating Kansas State 3-1 in Manhattan, KS.

    April Bockin scored twice and had an assist. She was one of the leaders in the NCAA last year with 12 assists.

    Freshman McKenna Buisman added the third goal. She's the daughter of current Minnesota State-Mankato Athletic Director Kevin Buisman.

    The ladies held a 14-5 edge in total shots, including 10-4 in shots on target. Maddie Nielsen got the start in goal.

    The Gophers return home to host South Dakota State in their final exhibition match on Saturday at the Robbie. Kickoff is 6 p.m.

    link: https://gophersports.com/news/2018/8...-play-3-1.aspx

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    The ladies finished off the exhibition season with a 2-1 win over South Dakota State at the Robbie on Saturday.

    Gophers got goals from Makenzie Langdok and Haley Mennes and held a 22-4 edge in shots, including 9-3 in shots on goal.

    Ana Aguado got the start in goal.

    The ladies open up the regular season at Utah on Friday. Opening kick is 8 p.m.

    link: https://gophersports.com/news/2018/8...tion-play.aspx

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    https://gophersports.com/news/2018/8...on-opener.aspx

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – It started and ended as a picture perfect opening night for Minnesota soccer. Overcoming a scoreless battle in the final seconds, freshman Patricia Ward netted the game winner with a breakaway goal during the game's closing seconds as the Gophers defeated Utah, 1-0.

    "This was such a team win and I couldn't be more proud of them," said Head Coach Stefanie Golan. "Maddie [Nielsen] did what she had to do tonight in goal and gave our back line a tremendous amount of confidence in what was behind them."

    With just over 30 seconds remaining the Gophers had one last chance to get a shot off. Using her senior experience, April Bockin quickly sent the free kick to the Minnesota attacking third where Makenzie Langdok played a header perfectly to Ward. Taking one touch to gain control, Ward then fired the shot off her right foot past the diving Utah goalkeeper to net the match's only goal.

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