WSOC: Panther Season Ends on Penalties

After 110 minutes of scoreless soccer, the sixth-seeded Evansville Purple Aces slipped past the third-seeded UNI Panthers on penalty kicks on Sunday at the Cedar Valley Soccer Complex. The six-round penalty kick shootout was settled 3-2, with Evansville freshman Amanda DaSilva providing the winning conversion. Michaela Till stood her ground to deny four of UNI’s…read more »

WSOC: Panthers Punch MVC Tourney Ticket

The University of Northern Iowa women’s soccer team scored three first half goals Saturday in a 3-0 shutout versus Valparaiso. The win assured the Panthers a place in the 2018 Missouri Valley Conference Soccer Tournament. Sydney Hayden put the Panthers ahead in the eighth minute, capitalizing after Valpo goalkeeper Kezia Gesell’s initial save. Jordyn Rolli…read more »

WSoc: Panthers Slice Through Sycamores

The UNI Panther soccer team won the first of four consecutive conference soccer matches Friday on the road at Indiana State, 2-1. UNI opened the scoring early as Jordyn Rolli converted a rebound in the 16th minute. Later in the half, Claire Netten connected with Brynell Yount on a long pass in the 31st minute…read more »

WSoc: Panther Goal Eruption in Rockford

The game was delayed over a month and moved from the Cedar Valley to Rockford, Illinois. It was worth the trip and the wait Monday night for the UNI Panther soccer team. UNI set a program single-game record , blasting Viterbo 10-0. The previous record for goals in a match was six. Jamie Althiser scored…read more »

WSoc: Bears Claw Past Panthers

The UNI soccer team suffered their second setback in Missouri Conference play on Saturday, as Missouri State defeated UNI, 1-0, at the Cedar Valley Soccer Complex. The only marker of the match came from the Bears’ Kennady Orlick in the 24th minute of the match. Missouri State’s Kaitlin Maxwell recorded 10 saves. Panther senior Kelsey…read more »

WSOC: Ramblers Take A Bite Out of UNI

The stingy UNI Panther defense suffered a hiccup Sunday, allowing a season-high four goals to the Loyola Ramblers in the Missouri Valley Conference opener for both teams. Loyola prevailed 4-2 during the match at the Cedar Valley Soccer Complex. The Ramblers had also been the last MVC team to top UNI at home, during the…read more »