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Tony Daniels has been named Rio's new women's soccer head coach
Tony Daniels has been named Rio's new women's soccer head coach
Fri, Jan. 8, 2016 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    RIO GRANDE, Ohio - The University of Rio Grande didn't have to look very far to find a new head coach for its women's soccer program.
    The school has announced the hiring of long-time men's soccer assistant coach Tony Daniels to lead the RedStorm women.
    Daniels replaces former head coach Callum Morris, who stepped down late in the 2015 regular season to pursue other career opportunities.
    The RedStorm, who posted an 8-10 record last fall following a loss to Point Park in the semifinal round of the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament, finished the season with assistant coach Craig Davies at the helm.
    "I'm excited and very much looking forward to the opportunity," Daniels said. "I think it's a good situation - not only for myself, but the University and for both of our soccer programs. I've been an assistant with the men's team for the past 25 years and I'd like to think I've played some kind of role in the success we've enjoyed. I think the girls program can be taken to that level, but it's going to take some work. A strong foundation has already been laid, though, and I'm ready to start working with the girls."

Rio Grande's Melissa Dickerson (left), Courtney Young (center) and Karla Garn (right) were named NAIA Scholar-Athletes
Rio Grande's Melissa Dickerson (left), Courtney Young (center) and Karla Garn (right) were named NAIA Scholar-Athletes
Thu, Dec. 10, 2015 - [Women's Soccer]

NAIA Sports Information
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Three individuals representing the University of Rio Grande were among the 588 student-athletes honored by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) as 2015 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes.
    Seniors Melissa Dickerson (Little Hocking, OH) and Courtney Young (Okeana, OH) and fifth-year senior Karla Garn (Morrow, OH) represented the RedStorm on the list.

Senior Kasey Crow had Rio's lone goal in a 3-1 season-ending loss to Point Park on Thursday night
Senior Kasey Crow had Rio's lone goal in a 3-1 season-ending loss to Point Park on Thursday night
Fri, Nov. 13, 2015 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    PITTSBURGH, Pa. - Second-seeded Point Park scored a pair of first half goals in a span of just 1:40 and rode the momentum to a 3-1 win over the University of Rio Grande, Thursday night, in the semifinal round of the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women's Soccer Tournament at Highmark Stadium.
    The Pioneers improved to 11-6-2 with the win and punched their ticket to the tourney's title game on Saturday against fourth-seeded West Virginia University-Tech, which upset top-seeded Asbury University, 1-0, in Thursday's other semifinal contest.
    Rio Grande, the No. 3 seed and the tourney's defending champion, finished its season at 8-10 with the loss.

Rio Grande senior Rachel Hoffman and the rest of the RedStorm play at Point Park on Thursday night
Rio Grande senior Rachel Hoffman and the rest of the RedStorm play at Point Park on Thursday night
Wed, Nov. 11, 2015 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    RIO GRANDE, Ohio - If the University of Rio Grande women's soccer team hopes to play for a second straight Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament title, they'll have to maintain a perfect road record in league play.
    The third-seeded RedStorm (8-9) will square off with No. 2 seed Point Park (10-6-2) in the semifinal round of the league's post-season tourney on Thursday, at 7 p.m., at Highmark Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pa.
    The winner advances to Saturday's championship game to face the survivor of Thursday's other semifinal between top-seeded Asbury and No. 4 seed West Virginia University-Tech at the site of the highest remaining seed. A start time is still to be determined.
    Rio Grande is perfect in seven road outings - including 3-0 this season - against KIAC competition since re-joining the conference last year.

Rio Grande senior Kasey Crow was named to the All-KIAC 1st Team on Wednesday
Rio Grande senior Kasey Crow was named to the All-KIAC 1st Team on Wednesday
Wed, Nov. 11, 2015 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande/KIAC Sports Information
    FLORENCE, Ky. - University of Rio Grande senior forward Kasey Crow was among those named to the 2015 All-Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women's Soccer First Team on Wednesday.
    Crow, a native of Chillicothe, Ohio and the league's Player of the Year last season, is tied for second on the RedStorm roster with three goals, while handing out a team-high six assists and scoring a team-best 12 points.
    Crow was one of 14 players named as First Team selections through the balloting of the conference's head coaches. An 11-player Second Team was also announced, along with a number of individual awards.

Senior Kasey Crow connected for the game-winning goal in the second OT of Saturday's 1-0 win over Carlow
Senior Kasey Crow connected for the game-winning goal in the second OT of Saturday's 1-0 win over Carlow
Sun, Nov. 8, 2015 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    RIO GRANDE, Ohio - Kasey Crow's goal 27 seconds into the second overtime period lifted the third-seeded University of Rio Grande to a 1-0 win over No. 6 seed Carlow University in the quarterfinal round of the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women's Soccer Tournament, Saturday night, at Evan E. Davis Field.
    The RedStorm, which won for the fourth straight time and for the third time under interim head coach Craig Davies, improved to 8-9 with the victory - their second over the Celtics in a span of 14 days.
    The win also sends Rio Grande into the semifinal round of the tournament to face second-seeded Point Park University on Thursday, at 7 p.m., at Highmark Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pa.