Posts Tagged ‘Karen Hoppa’

Tigers Defeat Alabama 1 – 0 … Win Soccer Iron Bowl

By Posted on: November 1st, 2013 in Other Sports 4 Comments »
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                     Forward  Chelsea Gandy-Cromer scored the only goal in Tigers win over BamaThe Auburn Soccer Team beat arch rival Alabama 1-0 on Thursday night on a rain soaked field to win what has been termed the Iron Bowl of Soccer. While it’s always sweet to beat the Continue Story…

AU Soccer Will Take on No. 2 BYU in 2nd Round of NCAA

By Posted on: November 14th, 2012 in Other Sports 3 Comments »

“BYU may very well be the hardest place to play in the country. You are dealing with altitude, (cold) weather, and phenomenal crowds but we are certainly excited for the challenge.” That’s the way Auburn Head Soccer Coach Karen Hoppa described the challenge her Tigers face in playing their second round NCAA Tournament game at Continue Story…

AU Soccer Headed to NCAA Tournament

By Posted on: November 6th, 2012 in Other Sports 1 Comment »

“It’s really exciting for these girls. We were on the outside looking in before the SEC Tournament. We had a great run … and we played our way into the NCAA Tournament.”Words spoken by Auburn Head Soccer Coach, Karen Hoppa after hearing the news Monday that her Tigers had received their seventh consecutive berth in Continue Story…

Tatiana’s Overtime Heroics Defeats Alabama 4 – 3

By Posted on: October 26th, 2012 in Other Sports, Uncategorized 3 Comments »

“When you get your last look in the game with 32 seconds left, that’s the kid you want on the ball.” That’s how Auburn Head Soccer Coach Karen Hoppa described Tatiana Coleman’s second goal of the match against Alabama Thursday with just seconds remaining in the second overtime period.   Auburn had jumped out to a Continue Story…

Auburn Soccer Earns 12th SEC Tournament Bid

By Posted on: October 20th, 2012 in Other Sports 2 Comments »

The Auburn  Soccer Team, 2011 SEC Tournament Champions, earned their 12th straight SEC Tournament bid Friday night after defeating Vanderbilt 4-1.                                      The Tigers did it with four different players scoring goals. But senior forward  Mary Coffed provided the leadership, when she scored the first goal in the eighth minute and then added an assist on Continue Story…