women’s soccer

Senior soccer players highlighted

By Marisa Strawn | gargoyle@flagler.edu 
Photo by Marisa Strawn

The Flagler women’s soccer team celebrated the athletic careers of six seniors last week. Loren Cate, Amanda Slevin, Cristina Coca, Lindsay Zullo and Marisa Strawn partook in the celebration of the four years they spent committed to the women’s soccer team.

Through the four years these girls spent day in and day out practicing, traveling, and playing their hearts out, and many strong statistics came out of their careers.

A change from the island life

By Cristina Coca | gargoyle@flagler.edu

When talking about the international diversity in athletics at Flagler College you would normally think of the Men’s soccer team.

But not many people know about Kyhla Brangman the newly acquired freshman on the Women’s soccer team.

Loren Cate and Lindsay Zullo look to get the women’s soccer team back on track

By {Jaycob Ammerman} | gargoyle@flagler.eduThe Flagler College women’s soccer team started off their season with an impressive 6-2 record behind the stellar play of juniors Lindsay Zullo and Loren Cate. Now the great play of Zullo has helped her achieve her first Peach Belt Conference offensive player of the week honors.

“I felt honored to be chosen since there are a lot of really good players in our conference,” she said.

Senior women soccer players look back on experiences

By Nick Cardoso| gargoyle@flagler.edu

When playing with a group of people for so long, there is a time when a sports teams stops being a team and becomes a family. Senior women’s soccer midfielders Erin Buning and Caleigh Hodgkins can both relate.

Hodgkins has played on the women’s soccer team since she was a freshman but said that she was familiar with the team even before she began attending Flagler.