Forty-Five Named to SEC First Year Honor Roll
SEC First Year Honor Roll
BATON ROUGE, La. – On Wednesday, 45 LSU student-athletes were named to the Southeastern Conference First Year Honor Roll the league announced, one day after 64 of their fellow teammates were named to the SEC's Spring Honor Roll.
Chapman, Canada Fall in World Cup Quarterfinal
Canada Falls in WC Quarter, 2-1
BATON ROUGE – Star striker Christine Sinclair pulled a goal back before halftime when she stabbed home a mishandled save by England goalkeeper Karen Bardsley in the 42nd minute, but that was not enough to send the hosts into the semifinals at this year's FIFA Women's World Cup as Canada fell to England, 2-1, in Saturday's quarterfinal match in Vancouver.
Soccer Matches Selected for Television
2015 Soccer TV Schedule
BATON ROUGE – Fans of the LSU Soccer program will be able to watch their Tigers in action on the SEC Network during the 2015 season as the league office announced Thursday that regular-season matches against the Georgia Bulldogs on Sept. 17 and Arkansas Razorbacks on Oct. 15 will feature on the network with both kickoffs set for 6 p.m. CT.
Soccer Adds Transfer Hahn for 2015 Season
Soccer Adds Hahn for 2015
BATON ROUGE – The LSU Soccer program bolstered its squad for the upcoming 2015 season with the addition of Florida State transfer Debbie Hahn as confirmed Tuesday by the school's compliance office after the Tampa, Florida, native made 11 appearances as a true freshman for the NCAA Champion Seminoles during their title-winning run last fall.
Chapman, Team Canada in World Cup Quarterfinal
Canada in World Cup Quarterfinal
BATON ROUGE – Thanks to Josée Bélanger's goal in the 52nd minute and former LSU standout Allysha Chapman leading a dogged defensive display from the hosts, Canada advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup with a 1-0 shutout of Switzerland in their Round of 16 match at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver on Sunday night.