After a season in which his team notched a 15-4-2 record and advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament, Brian Pensky has been rewarded.
The Tennessee soccer team’s 2017 season came to an end in Gainesville, Florida, on Friday afternoon. Facing off against Washington State (10-7-4) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, the Vols (15-4-2) fell 3-1 in a penalty kick shootout after regulation ended tied at 2-2.
In its first NCAA Tournament match in five years, the Tennessee women’s soccer team proved that its success from the 2017 regular season is not over yet.
The mere four shot attempts that the Tennessee soccer team had at the half during the first round of the NCAA Tournament was a reflection of the offensive slow start to the game for both teams.
The Tennessee women’s soccer team made its first NCAA Tournament appearance in the last five years on Saturday night at Regal Soccer Stadium. Hosting the Murray State Racers, the Vols were thrust into a situation they had not found themselves in all season.
The Tennessee women’s soccer team will be making its first NCAA tournament appearance since 2012, hosting Murray State at Regal Soccer Stadium on Saturday.
The SEC announced postseason honors on Sunday, preceding the conference soccer tournament that starts this week. Of the honorees, five players on the Tennessee soccer team made the cut.
Coming off a hard loss to Florida, the Tennessee soccer team rebounded against Arkansas on Thursday during the Razorbacks' Senior Night. The Vols came out on top with a final score of 3-2 in Fayetteville to conclude Tennessee's regular season slate.
Snapping a four-match winning streak, the Vanderbilt Commodores handed the Tennessee soccer team its second conference loss on the season with a 2-1 victory in Nashville on Thursday night.
During an interview with The Daily Beacon on Tuesday afternoon, a train came screeching by, causing Tennessee soccer head coach Brian Pensky to chuckle: “Welcome to Regal.”
After helping Tennessee extend its program-best start to 8-0 on Sunday with a victory against the Virginia Tech Hokies, redshirt sophomore Katie Cousins has been named to the Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week.
Junior Khadija Shaw’s collegiate journey, which has brought her from Spanish Town, Jamaica, to Knoxville, Tennessee1, could be likened to the proverb, “The journey is the reward.”
In front of a home crowd of 1,054 and a national TV audience on Sunday, Tennessee looked to improve upon their already-impressive 7-0 start, which happens to be the best in the history of the soccer program.
The Tennessee soccer team claimed another road victory Thursday night, hurdling the Bucknell University Bison in a 1-0 match at Emmitt Varsity Soccer Field. The win gave Tennessee its sixth shutout victory on the season and a 7-0 overall season record.
A weather delay that lasted nearly over two hours did not stop the Tennessee soccer team from getting its first regular season win Friday night during its first of two road games this weekend.
“Dangerous” was the word that Tennessee soccer head coach Brian Pensky used in a preseason interview with The Daily Beacon to describe how he wanted his team to come out in its first exhibition game of the season.
Hosting the Wright State Raiders in their first exhibition match of the year, Tennessee left no doubt who the superior team was as on Wednesday night. Regal Soccer Stadium was the place to be on campus as the Volunteers officially kicked off their short preseason schedule.
On head coach Brian Pensky’s desk was a copy of The Artist: Being Iniesta — the autobiography of one of the most graceful players of “the beautiful game.” Using the X's and O's from a coffee table tic-tac-toe set to illustrate the movements of players in front of goal, Pensky diagrammed a co…
With nine minutes left to play, Katie Cousins took a pass from Maddie Krejci and played it into the middle. Anna Bialczak sent Salera Jordan running into the Cincinnati box on a ball over the top of the Bearcats’ defense.
By the end of the spring season, the Vols women’s soccer team will have played both professional opposition and two teams that were ranked in the top 13 nationally last season.