Women's Soccer Headlines
Fall Athletes Recognized
(12/15/10) On Monday, December 6, the athletic department of Clearwater Christian College presented their 2010 fall sports team and individual awards during a special Athletic Award Chapel. Athletic Director James Whitaker opened the chapel with a short highlight video of the season.
Women's Soccer Season Closes at Palm Beach Atlantic
(11/5/10) The women’s soccer team closed out their season at Palm Beach Atlantic with a 7-0 loss. Several starters from the season were out with injuries and Palm Beach’s All-American D-II forward proved difficult to defend by scoring 3 goals. It was a good effort by the younger players and all the seniors were able to start and play most of their final game in a CCC uniform.
Close Competition at Regionals Ends in Loss
(10/30/2010) Clearwater jumped on top in the third minute of action when Madeline Tewes scored her second goal of the season, with the assist from Andrea Williamson. The Cougars played solid defense for the rest of the half, Ahna Boley made several outstanding saves in goal, and they led 1-0 at the intermission. Toccoa Falls quickly scored two goals in the first 5 minutes of the second half to take the lead.
Third Scoreless Tie for the Cougars
(10/23/2010) The women's soccer team played their final home game of the 2010 season on Saturday against Johnson and Wales University. Both teams played tough, physical defense, and after 90 minutes the game remained scoreless.
Cougars Fight, Lose to Eckerd College
(10/22/2010) The CCC women's soccer team made the short trip to St. Petersburg to face off with the Eckerd College Tritons on Friday. Eckerd scored in the 9th minute to make the score 1-0.
Cougars Shut Out By Brevard
(10/19/10) The women's soccer team traveled across the state to take on Brevard Community College on Tuesday. Brevard proved to be a very skilled and quality opponent. The Cougars were shut out 9-0.
Scoreless Tie Against Montreat
(10/15/10) The women's soccer team played host to Montreat University on Friday. The game went back and forth throughout the match, but even after two overtime periods neither team was able to score.
Cougars Suffer 1-5 Defeat
(10/9/10) The women's soccer team played Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College on Saturday in the second match of their 2-game road trip. Both teams played hard and created quality scoring chances, and in the 41st minute ABAC scored with a breakaway goal.
Cougars Deliver Shutout Victory
(10/8/10) The women's soccer team traveled to Atlanta to face off against Ohio Christian University on Friday. Senior Andrea Williamson put Clearwater up 1-0 when she beat the keeper with a shot to the far post. The Cougars were consistently able to put pressure on the OCU goal, but were unable to find the back of the net again in the first half.
Cougars Fight Hard In 2-1 Loss
(10/5/10) The women's soccer team played host to the Florida College Falcons Tuesday, and were looking to avenge a 1-0 loss from earlier this season. The Falcons are a quality team that is well coached, and an excellent opponent for the Cougars.
Florida College opened the scoring in the 10th minute with a very well placed shot past Clearwater's goalkeeper. They continued to put pressure on the Cougar goal throughout the first half but were unable to find the back of the net again.
Cougars Win Second of Two Region Games
(10/2/10) The women's soccer team won its second straight conference game with a 2-0 victory over Atlanta Christian College. For the second straight game Whitney Redemann gave the Cougars a one-goal lead when she beat the ACC keeper with a 30 yard shot.
Cougars Win First of Two Region Games
(10/1/10) The women's soccer team played the first of two region games this weekend against Toccoa Falls College and earned a tough 2-0 victory.
Cougars Take Loss Against Ave Maria
(9/17/10) The Cougars took a 4-1 loss on Friday in a match against Ave Maria University. AMU scored first, in the 21st minute, and quickly afterward Andrea Williamson scored her second goal of the season, tying the game at 1. Ave Maria scored again in the first half, putting the game at 2-1 halftime.
Cougars Take Blow From Falcons
(9/14/10) On Tuesday, the Cougars traveled to Temple Terrace to take on the Florida College Falcons, losing 1-0. The Falcons played well and the Cougars could not keep up going down 1-0 at the midway point of the game.
Clearwater Wins In Overtime Against Atlanta
(9/11/10) The women's soccer team won their first conference game in overtime on Saturday against Atlanta Christian College, with a final score of 2-1. For the second straight day the Cougars fell behind early in the game, with Atlanta Christian leading 1-0 after a very physical first half.
Conference Schedule Opens With Loss
(9/10/10) The Clearwater Christian College women's soccer team opened its conference schedule with a 2-1 loss to Toccoa Falls College on Friday. Toccoa Falls scored first with a goal in the 25th minute, scoring on a direct kick from just outside the penalty area.
Women Beat Alumni 4-0
(9/6/10) The women's soccer team achieved a total victory over the alumni with a final score of 4-0.
Cougars Tie With Fontbonne University
(9/4/10) The Cougars played very well Friday and carried a 1-0 lead deep into the second half before conceding a tying goal in the 35th minute of the second half. Two 10 minute overtimes produced no goals for either side and the game finished in a 1-1 tie.
Clearwater Loses to Southeastern 5-0
(8/28/10) The women's soccer team began their season against rival Southeastern University in an unfortunate 5-0 loss.
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I look back on my first year as a college athlete and thank the Lord for the privilege to be part of something bigger than myself. To be a
member of a soccer team gives you the opportunity to bond with other Christian girls and strive for the same goals on and off the field.
Fellow athletes give you a reason to keep playing your best even in the most difficult games.
It's a good parallel to the cause of Christ
and the resources He gives us in our challenges during this earthly race. Like our fellow Christians, we are all pursuing the same goal--to
glorify Christ in all we do. Playing college soccer has been challenging, but the rewards are so evident and to be part of something that
you could never achieve on your own is a privilege that I hope many others come to enjoy in their college experience.