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SPORTS: Women’s soccer looks forward to next season
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SPORTS: Women’s soccer looks forward to next season

SPORTS: Women’s soccer looks forward to coming season By Jordan MaseBridge contributing writerPublished Wednesday, May 18, 2022 The Fall 2022 women’s soccer season kicks off Aug. 25 when the Dustdevils attempt to bring down the Griffins. Missouri Western State University visits TAMIU for the 8 p.m. game. After a tough first season back from COVID-19, the TAMIU women’s soccer team ended with a record of 3-14-1 overall with 2-10-1 in the Lone Star Conference. The women brought in some new recruits who have been successful at their previous junior colleges. Especially after a challenging previous season, the positivity is a credit to the team and coaching staff. Creating a positive environment for the players to thrive can be challenging. Alejandro Carbajal | Bridge FileTAMIU ...
National Girls and Women in Sports Day reaches TAMIU
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National Girls and Women in Sports Day reaches TAMIU

National Girls and Women in Sports Day reaches TAMIU Elis Regina Reyes-SanchezBridge Staff InternPublished Sunday, Feb. 12, 2022 As National Girls and Women in Sports Day celebrates its 36th anniversary, female athletes organized a meet-and-greet to celebrate at TAMIU. On Friday, Feb. 4, senior business administration major Glenys Maldonado, also a Texas A&M International University volleyball outside hitter and defensive specialist, organized the noon event in TAMIU's Breezeway. Due to inclement weather, the location was changed from the Breezeway to the Student Center Rotunda. Maldonado created the event in hope of getting female athletes more recognition from their classmates. David Peralta | BridgeNational Girls and Women in Sports Day promotes women's athletic...
Freshman soccer player takes conference honor
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Freshman soccer player takes conference honor

Freshman soccer player takes conference honor From Staff Reportswith content from David J. Garcia Jr. Bridge Staff InternPublished Sunday, March 28, 2021 Despite her status as a newer member of the team, one Dustdevil freshman received conference recognition in part due to her nature as a team player. Achieving recognition from the Lone Star Conference, Texas A&M International University women’s soccer goalkeeper Alicia Huerta, of Laredo, said she was taken by surprise when it was announced. In her first collegiate start, she received the LSC Goalkeeper of the Week honor. “It took me by surprise,” she recalled. “It has always been one of my goals to be recognized. It was especially shocking because it was my first debut. Overall, I’m very grateful because the team and the ...
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