The Daily Eastern News

Former rugby field to be converted to new soccer field

Dillan Schorfheide, Sports Editor

June 21, 2019

The field that formerly housed Eastern rugby will be converted to a soccer field for Eastern athletics. Work on the field, which is located right next to fourth street, started before the academic year ended in May, and associate athletic director Rich Moser said work on the conversion is progressing. However,...

Wright State beats Panthers 2-0

A pair of freshman sprint down the field as Eastern’s Frederico Verlichi pursues a pass as he his chased down by Wright State midfielder Joseph Grimes. Eastern lost the game 2-0 at Lakeside Field.

JJ Bullock, Assistant Sports Editor

September 19, 2017

The Eastern men’s soccer team lost its third game in a row Tuesday at Lakeside Field, as the Wright State Raiders made the most of their four total shots on goal to defeat Eastern 2-0. For Eastern, the game marks its third game in a row without scoring a goal, however, it is the first game of the lo...

Eastern draws Northern Kentucky

JJ Bullock, Assistant Sports Editor

September 5, 2017

For the fourth time in five games this season, the Eastern men’s soccer team finished a game with a tie. This time the draw came in a 0-0 result against Northern Kentucky at Lakeside Field on Tuesday. For the Panthers, the defense stepped up big again, as the game marks their third in a row where they s...

Panthers host pair of non-conference opponents

Red-shirt junior forward Chris Reed battles against defender Haley Laque in a game on Sunday at Lakeside Field.  The Panthers lost to the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs 3-1.  The Panthers are 0-4 overall.  Reed was the lone goal scorer for the Panthers.

Dominic Renzetti, Assistant Sports Editor

September 4, 2014

Eastern women’s soccer head coach Jason Cherry is not sure just yet who will be in goal this weekend, when the Panthers take on Missouri-Kansas City at 3 p.m. Friday and IUPUI at 1 p.m. Sunday at Lakeside Field. Junior Emily Hinton got the nod in the Panthers’ first four non-conference matches...

Panthers fall short against Lipscomb

Senior Will Butler battles for possession of the ball with Lipscomb’s Matt Kerridge, during Eastern’s game Monday at Lakeside Field. The Panthers lost 2-1 and dropped to 1-1 on the season.

Mark Shanahan, Staff Reporter

September 1, 2014

The Eastern men’s soccer team (1-1) went down two goals in the first half and was denied multiple chances in the closing minutes to drop its Monday afternoon game 2-1 against Lipscomb (2-0) at Lakeside Field. Lipscomb’s first goal game in the 13th minute, when the initial shot was saved by Eastern’s...

Panthers welcome big challenge from Conference-USA opponents

Dominic Renzetti, Assistant Sports Editor

August 28, 2014

The Eastern women’s soccer team, currently sitting at 0-2 after the first weekend of non-conference play, has two big challenges coming to Charleston this weekend in Marshall and Louisiana Tech. Marshall and Louisiana Tech, both of Conference-USA, will each be facing Eastern for the first time,...

Panthers’ practice to focus on play execution

Megan Radloff, a senior forward, attempts to move the ball upfield against Indiana State on Sunday at Lakeside Field. The Panthers lost 2-0.

Dominic Renzetti, Assistant Sports Editor

August 26, 2014

Despite the 0-2 start, Eastern women’s head soccer coach Jason Cherry knows there is still a lot of time for the Panthers to turn it around. “Our team works hard and they don’t quit and that’s a great foundation to start with,” he said following Sunday’s 2-0 loss to Indiana State....

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