College of Charleston Women’s Soccer Ends In Disappointment

The College of Charleston women’s soccer season ended Sunday afternoon after a tough loss in the CAA Quarterfinals. The Cougars lost 6-0 to Northeastern and finished their season with a record of 8-9-1.

Northeastern outshot the Cougars 18-8 and got out to a quick start-scoring two goals by the 5:08 mark.

Laure Ortega led the Cougars in shots with five and will be a returning senior next year.

Even though the Cougars lost in the first round they still made lots of improvements from the previous season. In 2016, the Cougars finished just outside of the tournament and therefore missed a chance of winning a championship.

With many of their players coming back next season head coach Christian Michner and the 2018 Cougars should be back and ready to compete for a CAA championship.

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Nick Rodriguez is a senior at the College of Charleston entering his third year with Cisternyard News. He first started working at CYN his sophomore year and enters his first year as the Sports Editor. He hopes to continue sports journalism once he graduates. Other interests include: walking his dog and trying new foods. Don’t forget to keep scrolling and read Nick’s next post!

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