No Event
No Event
No Event
Sun Oct 14
Final
2 Amherst
0 at Springfield
Tue Oct 16
Final
0 Clark
1 at Wellesley
Tue Oct 16
Final
0 Babson
3 at MIT
Tue Oct 16
Final
0 Wheaton
1 at WPI
Tue Oct 16
Final
1 Coast Guard
4 at Emerson
Wed Oct 17
Final - 2OT
0 Rensselaer
0 at Mount Holyoke
Wed Oct 17
Final
2 Smith
3 at Springfield
Sat Oct 20
12:00 PM
Wheaton
at Mount Holyoke
Sat Oct 20
1:00 PM
WPI
at Wellesley
Sat Oct 20
1:00 PM
Clark
at Coast Guard
Sat Oct 20
3:00 PM
MIT
at Springfield
Sat Oct 20
4:00 PM
Babson
at Emerson
Tue Oct 23
3:00 PM
Babson
at Wellesley
Tue Oct 23
4:00 PM
MIT
at WPI
Tue Oct 23
6:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Albertus Magnus
Tue Oct 23
6:00 PM
Smith
at Mount Holyoke
Tue Oct 23
7:00 PM
Clark
at Emerson
Wed Oct 24
7:00 PM
Wheaton
at Springfield
Sat Oct 27
1:00 PM
Smith
at Clark
Senior Day
Sat Oct 27
1:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Wheaton
Sat Oct 27
2:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
at Babson
Sat Oct 27
4:00 PM
Emerson
at MIT
Sat Oct 27
5:00 PM
Springfield
at WPI
Tue Oct 30
TBA
TBA
at Springfield
Tue Oct 30
TBA
Coast Guard
at TBA
NEWMAC Tournament -- Oct. 30/Nov. 1 & 3
Tue Oct 30
TBA
Babson
at TBA
Tue Oct 30
TBA
Wellesley
at TBA
NEWMAC Opening Round
Tue Oct 30
TBA
WPI
at NEWMAC Tournament Quarterfinal
Tue Oct 30
TBA
NEWMAC Tournament Quarterfinals
at MIT
Thu Nov 01
TBA
WPI
at NEWMAC Tournament Semifinal
Thu Nov 01
TBA
NEWMAC Tournament Semifinals
at MIT
Thu Nov 01
TBA
TBA
at Springfield
Thu Nov 01
TBA
Wellesley
at TBA
NEWMAC Semifinals
Thu Nov 01
TBA
Babson
at TBA
Sat Nov 03
TBA
TBA
at Springfield
Sat Nov 03
TBA
Babson
at TBA
Sat Nov 03
TBA
WPI
at NEWMAC Tournament Championship
Sat Nov 03
TBA
Wellesley
at TBA
NEWMAC Championship
Sat Nov 03
TBA
NEWMAC Tournament Championship
at MIT
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No Event
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Wellesley Soccer's Price Awarded by Peers at Women Coaches Academy 2.0

Wellesley Soccer's Price Awarded by Peers at Women Coaches Academy 2.0

This release is courtesy of Wellesley Sports Information.

WELLESLEY, Mass. - The Alliance of Women Coaches hosted the inaugural class of the NCAA Women Coaches Academy 2.0 last month in Englewood, Colorado, and Wellesley College soccer Head Coach Missy Price was named the first recipient of the Cecile Reynaud Coaching Mastery Award during the four-day program.

Named after Alliance Board of Directors President Dr. Cecile Reynaud, the award recognizes a member of each Academy 2.0 who embodies the characteristics of Coach Reynaud: leadership, commitment to personal development and the advancement of others, and a deep care and respect for the game. This award is granted via nomination by fellow classmates.

"When the Alliance of Women Coaches announced the Academy 2.0, I immediately applied because it's the only space where women coaches of all sports and NCAA levels collaborate and connect on all things coaching," said Price. "To be selected for the inaugural class and later recognized by my peers with the master coach award was humbling."
 
The NCAA Women Coaches Academy is designed to offer education, resources and support that female coaches need to stay and advance in the coaching profession. Price, who was named to the Alliance of Women Coaches Coached Council last year, was one of ten female coaches representing various sports across the country to attend Class #1 of Academy 2.0. She had previously attended Class #35 of the Women Coaches Academy in 2015. Price also became the first attendee of the Women Coaches Academy to earn both the Cecile Reynaud Coaching Mastery Award and the Judy Sweet Award, having previously recieved the honor in 2015. The Judy Sweet Award, named after Alliance co- founder Judy Sweet, recognizes two members at each Academy whose spirit and dedication to their own and to others' personal and professional success has made an impact on their peers. The honor is also granted via nomination by fellow classmates.

"I believe it's our responsibility as coaches to develop in all aspects of the coaching profession. Investing in myself is a commitment I make to my student-athletes because I want to be the best for them and for my sport. I'm passionate about coaching and being part of the academies reminds you to give back, advocate, and celebrate women in coaching. The Academy 2.0 expanded my horizons on topics such as team development, recruiting, and self-awareness. I grew my network and cultivated resources to help me grow the program at Wellesley and enhance the experience of our student-athletes."

For more information on the Alliance of Women Coaches, the NCAA Women Coaches Academy, and Academy 2.0, visit www.gocoaches.org.