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Mustangs Win Behind Kator’s Overtime PK

DETROIT, Mich.-Heading into Friday’s match, the Mustangs (6-6-2) were no stranger to close games. In fact, the match versus Rochester (6-8) was the Mustangs seventh decided by one goal or less (ties) in 14 games this season. In the closest of games, the Mustangs used an overtime PK to win a 1-0 affair at home. The overtime victory came in the Mustangs fourth extra time contest of the 2011 campaign….

Hazel Park’s Mabee Signs with Mustangs

DETROIT, MI–Head Coach Tony Williams was at it again as he added another student-athlete to the growing inaugural class on Tuesday evening. Hazel Park’s Nicole Mabee was the latest to join an impressive list of Mustang women’s soccer players coming in the fall of 2009. The highly recruited athlete is the second in her family to play for Coach Williams. Mabee, a 5’5″ center midfielder, will bring plenty of toughness…

Foley Standouts Join Mustangs: Amber Williamson

DETROIT, MI–Amber Williamson was second to sign during the gathering held at Bishop Foley High School. The signing will pair her with longtime teammate Sarah Kator four more years. Assistant Coach Jim Stachura was in attendance to sign the uber-athletic Williamson to a letter of intent. Williamson, a hard-nosed forward and varsity captain, signs with Marygrove with a wealth of soccer knowledge and experience. Like Kator, her 14 years of…

Foley Standouts Join Mustangs: Sarah Kator

DETROIT, MI–A busy day for Marygrove College Women’s Soccer kicked off with the signing of a pair of Madison Heights Bishop Foley standouts. Assistant Coach Jim Stachura targeted the talented duo since he came aboard the soccer program late last year. Sarah Kator would be the first to sign out of the pair. Kator signs with Marygrove as an experienced midfielder with plenty of athleticism. Her 14 years of soccer…

Lints Inks with Mustang Soccer

DETROIT, MI–Coach Tony Williams signed his seventh student-athlete of the year on Wednesday afternoon inside the new Marygrove College Wellness Center. The signing was held on a week where campus visits and recruiting trips are heating up for Mustang soccer. Former Hazel Park Viking Deanna Lints joins high school teammate Nicole Mabee for the inaugural women’s soccer season at Marygrove. Lints, a four year starting goalkeeper from Hazel Park, joins…

Repeat? Tough Road Ahead for Defending Champs

DETROIT, Mich.-Last year’s Cinderella feel-good story has come and gone. A proud program standing tall to win a national championship in their first season – over, but never forgotten. This weekend, the women’s soccer team looks to gear up for another amazing national title run in Vermont. Exactly one year later they are back. The first year program that took the USCAA by storm is now headed back to Burlington…

Vermont? Mustangs Inch Closer to Defending Crown

ADRIAN, Mich.-Entering Wednesday, the Mustangs knew they had to come away with a win or tie against Adrian College to keep their USCAA National Championship hopes alive. The team, hungry to return to Vermont to defend their title, went into Adrian with a playoff  “do or die” attitude that set the tone early on. Sophomore Ashley Inglsbee (Waterford, Mich./Oakland Community College) bent a brilliant strike around the Bulldogs keeper to…

Birch Run’s Nail Signs Letter of Intent

DETROIT, MI–Women’s Soccer Coach Tony Williams signed his second student-athlete (third overall) in as many days on Tuesday afternoon. Birch Run High School’s Laura Nail became the third student-athlete to join the Mustangs inaugural class. Nail, a 5’2″ center-midfielder, is a skilled player who made a reputation for herself in the Flint area as a threat anytime she stepped on the field. Over the course of a successful playing career,…

Horizon League Leading Titans Top Mustangs

DETROIT, Mich.-The defending champ Mustangs got a taste of NCAA Division I soccer when they visited their McNichols Rd counterpart, the Titans of Detroit Mercy. In all, the Titans amassed 8 goals, most of which were goals the Mustangs usually wouldn’t allow. The game against the renewed division I power was a great experience for the NAIA/USCAA team looking to get back to the postseason. Over the course of the…

Mustangs Take Down Rochester, Again

PONTIAC, Mich.-On Thursday, the women’s soccer team picked up a huge road win at USCAA rival, Rochester College. The win over the #5 team in the land was key if the Mustangs wanted to keep their USCAA postseason dreams alive. Shaking up the roster, Coach Williams decided to take arguably his best defender up to forward. The risky move paid off for the two-time champion head coach (1992 MHSAA State…

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