Forward Miles Stockman-Willis scored for the St. Thomas men’s soccer team to tie rival St. John’s, but the Johnnies held on for a 3-2 victory.
Men’s soccer coach Jon Lowery led the men’s soccer team to its most MIAC wins in a season in 10 years in 2013 and is looking for a conference championship this season.
Women’s soccer coach Sheila McGill and forwards Morgan McConachie and Brielle Bierman join reporter Luke Moe in The Locker Room.
Two goals from midfielder Miles Stockman-Willis bolstered the St. Thomas men’s soccer team to cruise past Bethel 6-0 Tuesday at home.
Soccer coach Jon Lowery, midfielder Miles Stockman-Willis and goal-keeper Mitchell Wolff join reporter Travis Swan in The Locker Room.
Getting off to a slow start continues to be a problem for the St. Thomas women’s soccer team as it fell 2-1 to the Macalester Scots Tuesday.
After a sloppy start from the young St. Thomas men’s soccer team, the Tommies were able to find their footing and battle to a 2-1 victory over Lake Forest College Friday at home.
While the men’s and women’s soccer teams each have their own agendas, a commen them among them is learning how to handle their personnel.
Despite the United States’ loss Tuesday in the World Cup, St. Thomas soccer players said they feel optimistic about American soccer’s future in competing on a national stage more consistently.
For senior Mary Grace Flesher, when one door closes for her as a St. Thomas athlete, another opens.
Women’s soccer coach Sheila McGill, defender Jenna Savino and midfielder Taylor Sabrowski join reporter Jesse Krull in The Locker Room to talk about the team’s 2013 season.
The St. Thomas women’s soccer team drew with Augsburg College 0-0 in its final game of the season Saturday at home.
For men’s soccer midfielder Miles Stockman-Willis, a different home field is only one big change he’s adapting to.
Temperatures in the low 30s didn’t stop midfielder Taylor Sabrowski from tallying her first two goals of the season in the St. Thomas women’s soccer team’s 2-0 win over St. Catherine
Senior Katy Scherer is back in the women’s soccer lineup for the first time since last September when she tore her ACL.