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Soccer veteran Lisa Oyen has stepped down from her position as head coach at the University of Arizona Wildcats and said she plans to pursue other opportunities. Read more»

The Arizona Wildcats closed out the 2012 soccer season Friday afternoon with a loss to the Arizona State Sun Devils, 2-1. The loss left the Wildcats with a 6-11-3 record for the season. Read more»

Just two seconds determined the winner and loser of Sunday's Arizona-Utah's soccer match. The Wildcats pulled off a 1-0 shutout with junior midfielder Shannon Heinzler's goal in double overtime at Mulcahy Stadium. Read more»

The Arizona Wildcats lost their penultimate home game to the University of Colorado Buffaloes on Friday afternoon by a score of 3-0. Read more»

Stanford's Chioma Ubogagu holds off Arizona midfielder Shannon Heinzler in the Arizona box.

A capacity crowd of 1,021 fans shoe-horned into Mulcahy Stadium on Thursday night to see the Arizona Wildcats lose to No. 2-ranked Stanford, 4-1. Read more»

UA striker Emily Lai sprints past Brianne Medved in a match against Loyola Marymount on Sept. 16.

"They have a reputation for being a good program," said Wildcat soccer coach Lisa Oyen of Thursday's opponent, the 2nd-ranked Stanford Cardinal, the defending national champs. Plus, a former Yavapai Roughrider is on the U.S. roster for the next World Cup qualifying round. Read more»

Arizona defender Sheridan Cohen attempts to pass the ball around USC midfielder Elizabeth Eddy.

The University of Arizona women's soccer team battled the USC Trojans to a 1-1 tie in double overtime Sunday afternoon at Murphy Field at Mulcahy Stadium. Read more»

Arizona forward Jazmin Ponce.

Arizona put up a good effort but could not beat the third-ranked UCLA Bruins, falling 2-1 on Friday night. Wildcat Jazmin Ponce became the first player to score on UCLA's goalkeeper this year. Read more»

The University of Arizona women’s soccer team came out with a 2-1 victory over the No.15 California Bears on Friday in its first Pac-12 showdown of the season. Jazmin Ponce's brace brought her season total to five goals. Read more»

Arizona midfielder Jazmin Ponce shrugs off the attention of LMU midfielder Madison Heilmann.

Arizona and Loyola Marymount ended the Cats Classic soccer tournament with a 110-minute scoreless draw on Sunday night at Mulcahy Stadium. While the defense recorded another shutout, poor finishing up front meant no win for the Wildcats. Read more»

Arizona's Shannon Heinzler fires a shot from outside the FIU area.

The Arizona Wildcats soccer team won their opening match in the Loew's Ventana Canyon Cats Classic tournament with a strong performance against the Florida International University Panthers. Arizona ended the Friday night match 2-0. Read more»

The University of Arizona Wildcats soccer team passed a milestone of sorts on Sunday when they beat Creighton University. The team now has more victories than they did all of last season. Read more»

U of A defender Kirstyn Magyar flies in for a tackle on BYU forward Michelle Murphy.

The University of Arizona soccer team has shown improvement over last season, but it wasn't enough to overcome an early error and the Wildcats fell to BYU 1-0. Read more»

Arizona's Kirstyn Magyar dispossesses Arizona State's Sierra Cook in a 2011 game.

As the UA soccer team prepares to play their home opener against BYU on Thursday, Coach Lisa Oyen already sees a new attitude in her squad. "We are progressing." Plus: Pima prepares for debut, Wildcat in U-20 World Cup Read more»

The Arizona Wildcats women's soccer team dropped their opening match on Friday, a 2-1 loss to the 18th-ranked Long Beach State 49ers at George Allen Field in Long Beach, Calif. Read more»

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