Maryann Boddy leads the Seattle University Redhawks Women as they play a transitional NCAA Division One schedule in 2008. So far, so good for Redhawks soccer.
(Seattle University photo)
So far, so good for the Seattle University Redhawks Men's and Women's soccer clubs as they step up this season to play mainly NCAA Division One schools.
After primarily Division One schedules, the Redhawks Women are Win-5 Lose-3 Draw-2 while the Men are W-6 L-2 D-1 (not counting a exhibition loss to the Washington Huskies).
These are remarkable numbers given that the Redhawks have played a combined 17 road matches and only two at Championship Field on the Capitol Hill campus.
The men will be home this Saturday October 4th at noon to play Cal-State Bakersfield. The Women host Eastern Washington on Sunday October 5th at 1:00 PM at Championship Field.
Maryann Boddy has been blogging for www.GOALSeattle.com about this transition year for the women. You can read her entries here.
Junior Ian Walsh leads the Redhawks Men with five goals. Junior Jamie Coe, from Duvall, Washington, is the Women's leader with five tallies as well.