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Women's Soccer Drops First Game At Florida Southern

LAKELAND, Fla.—The eighth-ranked Barry Buccaneers went into Lakeland, Fla., shorthanded after three defensive starters missed the game, and were clipped by the Florida Southern Moccasins 2-1 at Barnett Field. The Bucs missed center back Amber Smith, right back Natalie Diaz and defensive center midfielder Tamara Vuckovich in the game for various...  read more

Follow Soccer's Matches Against the Mocs Online

LAKELAND, Fla.--The Buccaneer soccer teams play another +2 match against Sunshine State Conference foe Florida Southern in Lakeland, Fla., on Saturday and you can follow all the action on the Buccaneer Broadcasting Network. The eighth-ranked women (3-0-1) take on the undefeated Mocs (3-0-1) at 4:30 pm, with the broadcast slated to start at 4:25...  read more

Women's Soccer Plays Scoreless Draw With Panthers

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The eighth-ranked Barry Buccaneers battled to a scoreless draw with the Florida Tech Panthers at Buccaneer Field on Wednesday night. The Bucs (3-0-1) and Panthers (2-2-1) have failed to score in the last three contests between the schools. Since 2012, the teams have combined to score just two goals in five games. The Bucs...  read more

Women's Soccer Making Waves In The National Polls

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers are making some waves in the NCAA Division II women's soccer rankings this week. The Bucs (3-0-0) jumped into the NSCAA/Continental Tire National Poll this week at number eight after receiving votes in the pre-season poll. The jump comes on the heels of a 1-0 win over previously #10-ranked North Georgia in...  read more

Barry Soccer hosts Florida Tech in Wednesday Doubleheader

Men's Soccer looks to get back winning form against Florida Tech This past weekend saw Men's Soccer just nine seconds away from notching its second win on the season, but a late goal by Embry-Riddle and a goal less over time period meant that the Bucs had to settle for a draw. So on Wednesday night Coach Steve McCrath's men look to get back to...  read more

Women's Soccer Blanks #10 North Georgia

MELBOURNE, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers continued their early season success with a 1-0 upset of the 10th-ranked North Georgia Nighthawks at Florida Tech's Stottler Field on Sunday. The Bucs (3-0-0) and Nighthawks battled to a scoreless draw through the first half with neither team able to mount much offensively. But in the second half, the Bucs won...  read more

Women's Soccer Douses Flames

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The third-ranked Barry Buccaneers stayed unbeaten on Sunday night with a 2-1 win over the Lee Flames at Buccaneer Field in the home opener. After giving away a goal early to the Flames (0-2-0), the Bucs (2-0-0) battled back to score twice in the last 22 minutes. Nicole Blanchard put Lee on top in the fourth minute with a 38-yard...  read more

Women's Soccer Opens With Road Win Over Saints

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers got the 2014 season started right with a 3-0 win over the Flagler Saints on the road on Friday night. Six different players figured into the Bucs' three goals. Last year's leading scorer, Lauren Manna, got the goal parade started in the 22nd minute. Ashley Harlan drove the ball down the left side and...  read more

Women's Soccer Look To Continue Ascent In the SSC

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers are coming off a Sunshine State Conference regular-season title in 2013 and picked second in the SSC heading into this season. With 13 letterwinners and eight starters back in 2014, but the Bucs should still be a force to be reckoned with in the SSC. “I think we did really well last year,” head...  read more

GoBarryBucs Seeking Social Media Milestone Marks

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Barry University athletics is calling out to you to join the GoBarryBucs social media movement. In other words, follow the Buccaneers at GoBarryBucs. Barry is expanding its social media coverage in 2014-15, and reaching for new milestone marks. Already this year, GoBarryBucs Facebook followers exceeded 2,000. Now we're...  read more

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