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Sports Editor Ryan Wiener sits down with Men’s Soccer Player Jacob Randolph. (Brandon Sans/UNCW)
One on one with starting goalkeeper Jacob Randolph
Ryan Wiener, Sports Editor • November 4, 2023

A one-on-one interview was conducted with fifth year goalkeeper, Jacob Randolph. Randolph has started every game this year for the University...

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UNCW men's soccer takes down Campbell on Alumni Weekend
Ryan Wiener, Sports Editor • October 3, 2023

The UNCW men’s soccer team played against the Campbell Camels on Saturday, Sept. 23rd at Wilmington. Coming  into the game, UNCW’s record...

Ayla Vaneus strips the ball from VCU during UNCW Womens Soccers opening game on August 30, 2023. ( Tom Hanna/UNCWSports.com)
Women’s Soccer secures a win on Senior Day
Ryan Wiener, Sports Editor • September 4, 2023

The UNCW Women’s Soccer team took on Queens University in a Senior Day matchup. The matchup occurred on Sunday, Sept. 3. Queens University...

UNCW Athletics kicks off the 2023-2024 season. (UNCWsports.com)
A UNCW Fall sports preview for the upcoming season
Ryan Wiener, Sports Editor • August 24, 2023

Women’s Cross Country Last season’s record: One first place finish, multiple top ½ finishes as a team Coach: Jeff Klaves and Max Coleman Incoming...

Pep Casas dribbles around defenders against Hofstra in the CAA tournament. Photo by Joe Browning.
Seahawks fall in men’s soccer semi-final
Bailey Swogger, Sports Editor • November 9, 2022
WILMINGTON, North Carolina - Despite an 84-degree day in November, an unsettled UNCW crowd had boos raining from the stands early Sunday afternoon. The Seahawks took a heartbreaking loss to the Hofstra Pride 2-1 that will send Hofstra to face Elon for the CAA title on Saturday, but the boos were not because the Seahawks were losing.
Josef Hefele connects on a pass against Old Dominion. Photo by Joe Browning.
Win or go home: UNCW men's soccer prepares for semi-finals
Parker Ormsby, Staff Writer • November 6, 2022
WILMINGTON, North Carolina - The UNCW men’s soccer team earned a total of nine clean sheets throughout regular season play this year. This achievement assisted them in receiving the no. 2 seed, as well as a bye straight into the CAA tournament semi-final game, where they will have home-field advantage.
Gabriel Perrotta directs the team during one of their 2022 matchups. 
Photo by Joe Browning.
Perrotta and the Seahawks eye the conference crown
Bailey Swogger, Sports Editor • November 2, 2022
The UNCW men’s soccer team will compete for the CAA conference tournament over the next two weeks, and with their second place finish in the league, the Seahawks have the pleasantries of home field advantage through the semifinals.
UNCW Womens Soccer player #6 Madison Henry shooting a goal.
Henry’s hat trick secures Seahawk's win against Spartans
Bailey Swogger, Sports Editor • September 13, 2022

GREENSBORO, North Carolina - On Sunday, the Seahawk women’s soccer team routed the UNC Greensboro Spartans 5-1.  The offensive explosion...

Harry’s Game children walking hand-in-hand with UNCW athletes.
Harry's Game is more than just a game
Bailey Swogger, Staff Writer • April 8, 2022
‘Harry’s Game,’ named after Heaney’s son who has down syndrome, has been a charitable event that has become increasingly popular in the Wilmington community over the years, which has also had a positive impact on Harry.
The UNCW womens soccer team celebrates during its matchup with James Madison on Oct. 24, 2019.
Women's Soccer sets sights forward after regular season championship
Bailey Swogger, Contributing Writer • November 3, 2021
Cheers erupted from the UNCW Soccer Stadium on Sunday as sophomore Kara Mills delivered the overtime game winner that gave Coach Neal and the women’s soccer program their first regular season CAA Championship ever.
Audrey Harding makes history as career nears an end
Audrey Harding makes history as career nears an end
Zachary Kilby, Sports Editor • October 15, 2021
WILMINGTON, North Carolina – UNCW’s Audrey Harding netted her 20th career goal in Sunday’s game against No. 10 Hofstra (12-1, 4-0 Colonial Athletic Association) and became just the 10th woman in program history to score 20 or more goals.
Jordan Faveri during UNCWs match with Charlotte on Sep. 12, 2021.
Faveri’s hot streak places her with elite company
Zachary Kilby, Sports Editor • September 17, 2021
Faveri, a junior forward, was a key part of the Seahawks’ successful 2020 campaign that fell just short in the CAA Championship. Now, returning to a UNCW squad welcoming 12 newcomers in 2021, Faveri’s expectations for herself and her team have remained the same.
Gabriel Perrotta during UNCWs match with Lafayette on Aug. 26, 2021.
In the heat of the moment, UNCW men’s soccer kicks off season strong
Zachary Kilby, Sports Editor • August 27, 2021

WILMINGTON, North Carolina–UNCW men’s soccer began the 2021-22 campaign with a 1-0 win over Lafayette. However, the victory did not come...

UNCW Soccer Stadium on Oct. 24, 2019.
UNCW Soccer Stadium to host NCAA tournament games
Morgan Starling, Staff Writer • April 26, 2021

WILMINGTON, North Carolina – Ole Miss (10-5-0) and Bowling Green (6-1) are set to match up in the first round of the NCAA women’s soccer...

Blair Barefoot during UNCWs practice.
Women’s soccer falls in CAA finals
Morgan Starling, Staff Writer • April 17, 2021

TOWSON, Maryland – UNCW women’s soccer’s (7-3) season ended Saturday afternoon when they fell to the Elon Phoenix (6-3) 1-0 in the CAA...

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