UConn Women's Soccer

Women’s Soccer: Huskies ship south for final road trip of season

Women’s Soccer: Huskies ship south for final road trip of season

“Temple’s getting some decent results and East Carolina has a result or two, but we have the ability to beat both those teams,” Rodriguez said. “Our main objective right now is we’re gonna be spoilers. We’re not in the conference tournament, but we’re not gonna finish tenth.”

Women’s Soccer: Huskies to host Memphis and Tulsa

Women’s Soccer: Huskies to host Memphis and Tulsa

The Huskies have played just one game in the month of October due to an off week and Hurricane Michael postponing a game at East Carolina. In their one game, the Huskies were dominant, defeating the previously 6-7-3 Cincinnati Bearcats 4-0.

Athlete Spotlight: Sophia Danyko-Kulchycky

Athlete Spotlight: Sophia Danyko-Kulchycky

It has been a tough season to this point for UConn women’s soccer, but one bright spot has been sophomore Sophia Danyko-Kulchycky. “DK,” as she is known, is tied for first on the team with four goals and is tied for second in shots. The Daily Campus caught up with the Chappaqa, New York, native after a recent 5-3 defeat to UCF in which she scored a goal.

Women’s Soccer: UConn Overpowered

Women’s Soccer: UConn Overpowered

The UConn women’s soccer team lost 0-4 to USF on Thursday night. The team is now 2-10 on the season and 0-3 in The American. After the game, UConn’s head coach Margaret Rodriguez discussed the takeaways she took from the loss. “I think South Florida is a class team,” Rodriguez said. “I think they’re good but I believe we competed in moments.