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    Fuller's OT Goal Lifts UIC over Loyola, 1-0

    9/28/2014

    The UIC women's soccer team (2-9-0) notched its second program victory on Sunday afternoon in a 1-0 overtime thriller against city-rival Loyola (4-8-0) at Flames Field. Freshman Mackenzie Fuller netted the game-winner and the first of her collegiate career in the Flames' triumph.

    Flames Challenge City-Rival Loyola on Sunday

    9/26/2014

    The UIC women's soccer team (1-9-0) will challenge inner-city rival Loyola (3-7-0) on Sunday, Sept. 28 at 4:00 p.m. at Flames Field. The Flames faced their first Horizon League opponent of the season Wednesday night at Milwaukee and took a 4-1 loss.

    Flames Drop 4-1 Decision in Horizon League Opener

    9/24/2014

    The UIC women's soccer team (1-9-0) fell 4-1 at Milwaukee (4-6-0) on Wednesday night at Engelmann Stadium. Freshman Haley Kittle scored the first goal of her collegiate campaign in the Flames' first Horizon League match of the inaugural season.

    Flames to Open Conference Play at Milwaukee on Wednesday

    9/22/2014

    The UIC women's soccer team (1-8-0) will play its first Horizon League match of the inaugural season on Wednesday, Sept. 24 at Milwaukee (3-6-0) inside Engelmann Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m. CT, and can be seen live on the Horizon League Network.

    Flames Fall 4-2 Against Eastern Michigan

    9/21/2014

    The UIC women's soccer team (1-8-0) dropped a 4-2 decision on Sunday against Eastern Michigan (4-2-1) at Flames Field. Freshman Emily Wauer earned the first goal of her collegiate career while sophomore Jasmin Carrera earned her fourth goal on the season.

    Women's Soccer Goes Down Fighting in 4-2 Setback Against SLU

    9/19/2014

    The UIC women's soccer team (1-7-0) scored two goals in the second half against Saint Louis (4-4-0) on Friday night, but ultimately fell in the home match by a final score of 4-2. Freshman Sydney Wright and sophomore Kendall Wilde tallied UIC's goals and the first of their collegiate careers. Three first-half scores for the Billlikens proved too much for the Flames to overcome despite outscoring SLU in the final ...