Women's Soccer News

  • Oct

    Congratulations to the Women’s IceHawks Club Team for a Great Season!

    The women’s IceHawks club team ended the 2016 soccer season with several wins against varsity level teams in Region 13. Women’s team closed out the season with a 2-1 victory over Century College on Oct. 15. Way to make Lake Superior College proud!

  • Sep

    IceHawks Women Blank Rochester

    The Icehawks women continued to show improvement with each game of the season and earned a hard fought victory over Riverland on Saturday. Bryanna (Cody, Wyoming) scored a cracker of a goal to give the IceHawks a lead that they would not relinquish. The women displayed some very solid passing combinations in the midfield and… Read More

  • Jul

    Women’s 2016 Soccer Schedule

    Lake Superior College has released its women’s soccer schedule for Fall 2016 season. To view the schedule, click here.

  • Mar

    Lake Superior College: Now the IceHawks!

    First came sports, then came a new mascot. After a nearly four-month process, Lake Superior College has officially named a new mascot and team name: IceHawks. The new name, which replaces “Huskies” as LSC’s mascot/nickname, received the most votes in a student-only month-long election. Students were able to vote for one of five different names chosen by LSC’s… Read More

  • Dec

    Jeff Lightfoot named LSC’s first-ever soccer coach

    Lake Superior College has named Jeff Lightfoot head coach of both Lake Superior College men’s and women’s soccer programs. He’ll assume head coaching and recruiting duties immediately. This is Lightfoot’s first foray into coaching collegiate soccer. He nearly 30 years coaching experience at the youth and high school levels, most recently serving as head boys soccer… Read More

  • Sep

    NJCAA’s newest member: Lake Superior College

    On Tuesday, September 25th, 2014, the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) announced that Lake Superior College has become an official member. This is on the heels of LSC announcing it will debut both men’s and women’s intercollegiate soccer teams beginning fall 2015. “Joining the NJCAA means we’re one step closer to officially having athletics at… Read More