Utah Utes women's soccer

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Utah Utes women's soccer
2016 Utah Utes women's soccer team
Utah Utes logo.svg
UniversityUniversity of Utah
Head coachRich Manning (16th season)
ConferencePac-12
LocationSalt Lake City, UT
StadiumUte Soccer Field
(Capacity: 2,000)
NicknameUtes
ColorsRed and White[1]
         
NCAA Tournament Round of 16
2016
NCAA Tournament Round of 32
2002, 2006, 2016
NCAA Tournament appearances
2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2013, 2016
Conference Tournament championships
2003, 2004
Conference Regular Season championships
2003, 2005, 2006

Utah Utes women's soccer represents the University of Utah in the Pac-12 Conference of NCAA Division I soccer. The team is coached by Rich Manning. The team plays its home games at Ute Soccer Field.

History[edit]

Utah women's soccer began as an NCAA-affiliated program in the 1995–96 school year when the Western Athletic Conference began to sponsor women's soccer. The program earned its first NCAA tournament bid in 2002.[2]

All-time record[edit]

  Year   Head Coach   Overall   WAC (1995–1998)
MWC (1999–2010)
Pac-12 (2011–present)
  WAC Season (1995–1998)
MWC Tournament (1999–2010)
Pac-12 Season (2011–present)  
  NCAA Tournament  
1995   Amy Freeman-Winslow  
1996 12–6–1 1–3–1
1997 9–11–1 3–3–1 1st Round
1998 12–7–0 2–4–0
1999 13–7–0 6–2–0 Semifinals
2000 13–7–1 4–2–0 Runners-up
2001 11–7–0 3–3–0 Semifinals
2002   Rich Manning   13–4–3 4–1–1 Semifinals 2nd Round
2003 16–2–2 6–0–0 Champions 1st Round
2004 13–6–3 3–2–1 Champions 1st Round
2005 14–7–1 6–0–1 Semifinals 1st Round
2006 18–5–1 7–0–0 Runners-up 2nd Round
2007 13–5–4 3–2–2 Semifinals
2008 11–9–2 5–2–0 Runners-up
2009 10–10–2 4–2–1 Semifinals
2010 5–15–1 3–3–1 Quarterfinals
2011 10–9–1 6–5–1 6th Place
2012 8–8–3 3–7–1 9th Place
2013 10–5–6 6–3–2 3rd Place 1st Round
2014 8–8–4 1–8–2 11th Place
2015 7–10–3 4–7–0 9th Place
2016 13–4–5 6–1–4 4th Place Round of 16

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Visual Style | University of Utah Marketing & Communications". Retrieved May 8, 2017.
  2. ^ "UTE SOCCER RECEIVES FIRST EVER NCAA BID". Nov 11, 2002. Retrieved Aug 13, 2017.