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Mustangs Stung by Hornets

DETROIT, MI–The Mustang women’s soccer team hosted their first home game in program history Wednesday against NCAA Division III Kalamazoo College. The Mustangs welcomed the Hornets to Detroit after a great 2-2 start to the season.

Cook, DeVoe Lead Mustangs to 2nd Straight Win

HUNTINGTON, IN–Coach Williams and the Mustangs were riding high all week after a huge (1-0) NAIA road victory at Pikeville College (KY). On Saturday, the Mustangs traveled to Huntington University (IN) seeking their second NAIA road win in as many tries. The Mustangs would begin the game staring down a tall task if they wanted to escape Indiana with a win against an impressive Forester program. The game quickly turned…

Women’s Soccer Makes History; Wins 1-0

PIKEVILLE, KY–They did it! Three games into the inaugural season and the Mighty Lady Mustangs found a way to pick up their first victory in program history. Not only that, but the Mustangs played a balanced all-around game to secure their first shutout, 1-0. The Mustangs first victory came at the hands of Pikeville College (KY). The Bears from Pikeville entered the game with an impressive (3-1) record, compared to…

Mustangs Tripped Up on the Road

WINONA LAKE, IN–The Mustangs traveled to Grace College (IN) on Wednesday for a tough afternoon matchup. Wednesday’s game came a week after the Mustangs surprised NCAA Division III Olivet College by pushing the strong team to the limit. The Lancers, who came into the game with an unblemished (4-0) record, looked to corral the Mustangs before the young team could gain any momentum. The corralling began shortly after the first…

Mustangs Fall in Hard-fought 2-0 Battle

OLIVET, MI–The Marygrove Women’s Soccer team hit the field for the first time in program history at Olivet College on Tuesday. A strong start would propel the Mustangs to a 0-0 tie through the first (36:00) minutes. Starting a first year program is never easy. Opening the inaugural season on the road against a successful NCAA Division III opponent makes it even more difficult. However, the Mustangs pressured the host…

Women’s Soccer Inks First 2010 Recruit

DETROIT, MI–The Mustangs added their first 2010 recruit to the program as Bianca Berry signed her letter of intent.┬áThe signing, the first 2010 recruit for any sport, comes days before the women’s soccer team hits the field for their inaugural season on Tuesday. Berry, a 5’6″ forward from Crestwood High School in Dearborn, is the sister of freshman men’s soccer player Jordan Berry. The latter of the siblings looks to…

Titans Top Mustangs, 3-0

DETROIT, Mich. — The Mustangs squared off with NCAA D1 University of Detroit in what has become an annual matchup between the pair of local women’s soccer programs. The Titans came into the match as one of the favorites in the Horizon League this season. Early on, the Titans got off to a strong start and went up 1-0 within the first three minutes of the contest. After the early…

Mustangs Land Talented Inglsbee

DETROIT, MI–The Mustang women’s soccer program gained valuable experience on Thursday with the signing of Ashley Inglsbee. The Oakland Community College transfer looks to make an immediate impact with the first year Mustangs. As a 5’7″ forward, Inglsbee made stops to play on various successful clubs in the metro Detroit area including the Waterford Warriors, Bloomfield Force, and the well-known Metro Rangers. During her high school years at Waterford Kettering…

McClendon Signs, Team Receives Offensive Boost

DETROIT, Mich. — Coach Williams landed another key addition to his 2012 roster with the signing of former Canton High School standout Jessica McClendon. The signing marks the 12th of the 2012 class for women’s soccer as they near their first season in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC). McClendon, a 5’2″ skilled forward, brings exceptional speed and talent to the Mustangs attack up front. In 2010, McClendon was named to…

Mustangs Battle Golden Eagles to a Draw

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.-The never-say-die Mustang women’s soccer team played their way to another draw after 110 minutes of action at Cornerstone University. This time, the Mustangs summoned another comeback as junior Kaylie Guellec (Waterford, Mich./Oakland CC) scored with 18 seconds left in regulation. The 1-1 tie was the third draw of the season for the Mustangs as their record moves to 6-6-3. Junior goalkeeper Deanna Lints (Hazel Park, Mich./Hazel Park)…

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