Rock Valley College
Rockford, Illinois

RVC Women's Soccer Places 4th in Nation!

In just their first season returning to compete in NJCAA Division III women's soccer, Rock Valley College finished in fourth place at the NJCAA tournament. The Golden Eagles fell 3-0 to Herkimer County Community College in the third place game after also losing 3-0 to Brookdale in the semifinals. RVC defeated Nassau 2-1 in the tournament's opening round to reach the semifinals.

The Golden Eagles earned their spot in the NJCAA tournament after winning the NJCAA District D championship over Anoka-Ramsey in a shootout, winning 4-2 on penalty kicks after finishing tied 0-0 in regulation.


Women's Soccer 2014 Nationals

 
Golden Eagles Women's Soccer
 

About Women's Soccer

Rock Valley College women's Soccer will begin play in the fall of 2014 and will compete in the N4C (North Central Community College Conference) at the NJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) Division III level.

Carrie Barker is the Golden Eagles women's soccer coach. She brings 14 years of NCAA Division I coaching experience with her to RVC. She was the Head Women's Soccer Coach at Northern Illinois University (2008-2011) where her players succeeded both on the field and in the classroom. Under her watch, her players achieved a cumulative team GPA above 3.0 for seven straight semesters and had 17 student-athletes honored as Victory Scholars for achieving between a 3.5 and 3.99 GPA. She also coached five players who received CoSIDA/ESPN All-Academic Team Honors , three players who earned NSCAA Team Academic Awards, and coached one NSCAA Scholar All-Region player.

 
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