Chris Moraga is in his third year as full-time assistant women’s soccer coach at Carnegie Mellon University. He previously served as an assistant coach for five years at Whittier College, during which time he was named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) “30 Under 30” program.
Neha Cheemalavagu is in the computational biology graduate program at the University of Pittsburgh. She earned first team All-Association honors twice and second team accolades once competing in soccer at Case Western Reserve University from 2014-17.
Brandeis Women's Soccer Student-Athlete Sabrina Salov Leading Hidden Opponent/Athlete Mental Health Initiative
When someone sprains an ankle or breaks their wrist, it is visible to the naked eye, with players and trainers working towards rehabilitation in an effort to return that athlete to the field as soon as possible. However, unlike a physical injury, damage to one’s psyche is more or less invisible on the surface, obscuring pain and strife from coaches, teammates and larger social circles.
Recent NYU graduate and student-athlete Isabelle Turner has turned her attention to marathon running, specifically to help raise money for Shoe4Africa, an organization focusing on health, education, and empowerment in Africa.
After four standout seasons on the pitch for the nationally-ranked Washington University in St. Louis women's soccer team, 2020 graduate Taylor Cohen will continue her soccer career in Germany.
Michelle Karabin of Carnegie Mellon University and Shivani Beall of Emory University Selected as UAA NCAA Woman of the Year Representatives
Carnegie Mellon University track & field student-athlete Michelle Karabin and Emory University soccer student-athlete Shivani Beall have been selected as the UAA representatives for NCAA Woman of the Year.
Brandeis University has selected Mary Shimko '14 as the next head coach of the women's soccer program, director of athletics Lauren Haynie announced.
Brandeis University women's soccer coach Denise Dallamora has announced her retirement after four decades as one of the pioneers in women's athletics at the Division III level. Dallamora, who took over in 1980 and has been the only coach in Brandeis women's soccer history, will officially retire on May 31, 2020.
Former Emory University women's soccer standout Shivani Beall has been named a fall recipient of the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, bestowed upon student-athletes who excel academically and athletically, while also serving as leaders in the community.
Washington University in St. Louis sophomore back Gabbie Cesarone and senior forward Taylor Cohen were named to the 2019 D3soccer.com Women's All-America Team.