Recent Women's Soccer Headlines
Junior forward Kasey Crow was named to the All-American honorable mention list on Monday
Junior forward Kasey Crow was named to the All-American honorable mention list on Monday
Mon, Dec. 8, 2014 - [Women's Soccer]

NAIA/Rio Grande Sports Information
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – University of Rio Grande junior forward Kasey Crow was among those named to the honorable mention list of the 2014 NAIA Women's Soccer All-America teams on Monday by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).
    Crow, a native of Chillicothe, Ohio, was the offensive leader of the RedStorm, who enjoyed the best season in the program's history by winning a single-season school record 12 games.

From left to right, Courtney Young, Karla Garn and Renee Davis were named Scholar Athletes
From left to right, Courtney Young, Karla Garn and Renee Davis were named Scholar Athletes
Mon, Dec. 8, 2014 - [Women's Soccer]

NAIA Sports Information
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Three players representing the University of Rio Grande are among the 578 women's soccer student-athletes named 2014 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes.
    Senior midfielder Renee Davis (Amsterdam, OH), senior forward Karla Garn (Morrow, OH) and junior forward Courtney Young (Okeana, OH) represented the RedStorm on the list of honorees.

Rio's Kasey Crow races Cumberland's Taylor Nay to the ball in Saturday's NAIA tourney game
Rio's Kasey Crow races Cumberland's Taylor Nay to the ball in Saturday's NAIA tourney game
Sat, Nov. 22, 2014 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    LEBANON, Tenn. - Third-seeded Cumberland University scored four times in the final 34-1/2 minutes to break open a tight game and defeat the University of Rio Grande, 5-0, in the opening round of the NAIA Women's Soccer National Championship Tournament, Saturday afternoon, at Lindsey Donnell Stadium.
    Cumberland, ranked No. 11 in the final regular season coaches' poll, improved to 16-3-1 with the win.
    Rio Grande, which qualified for the tourney by virtue of winning the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament championship, saw its most successful season in the program's history end at 12-6.
    The RedStorm, who were making their first-ever national tournament appearance, established a new single-season school record for victories.

The Rio Grande women's soccer team tangles with Cumberland University in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament
The Rio Grande women's soccer team tangles with Cumberland University in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament
Fri, Nov. 21, 2014 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    RIO GRANDE, Ohio - After leaving the Mid-South Conference prior to the 2014 season, the University of Rio Grande women's soccer team is hoping that its third meeting this year with an old MSC foe turns out better than the first two did.
    The RedStorm will make the nearly eight-hour trek to Lebanon, Tenn. and Cumberland University where they'll face the 11th-ranked and third-seeded Bulldogs in the opening round of the NAIA Women's Soccer National Championship on Saturday afternoon.
    Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. EST at Lindsey Donnell Stadium-Kirk Field.

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Mon, Nov. 17, 2014 - [Women's Soccer]

KIAC Sports Information
    BEREA, Ky. - Five members of the University of Rio Grande women's soccer team and their head coach were honored for their record-breaking 2014 season as the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (KIAC) announced its All-Conference team.

Junior Kasey Crow scored both goals in Rio's 2-0 win over Asbury on Saturday
Junior Kasey Crow scored both goals in Rio's 2-0 win over Asbury on Saturday
Sun, Nov. 16, 2014 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    WILMORE, Ky. - Kasey Crow scored a pair of first-half goals and the University of Rio Grande rode a solid defensive performance to a 2-0 win over Asbury University in the championship game of the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women's Soccer Tournament, Saturday evening, at the Asbury Soccer Complex.
    The RedStorm, who were the tourney's top seed as a result of an unbeaten mark in league play during the regular season, improved to 12-5 with the victory while, at the same time, earning the program's first-ever trip to the NAIA National Tournament.