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MCMINNVILLE, ORE. -- The Willamette University women's soccer team was defeated by Linfield College, 4-1 on Wednesday, Sept. 15. The Bearcats trailed just 1-0 at halftime, but fell behind 4-0 before picking up a late goal to avoid the shutout.

The Bearcats travel to Tacoma, Wash., to play the University of Puget Sound on Saturday, Sept. 18 at 12 p.m. (PDT) The Loggers are currently 3-0-1 and ranked 12th in the latest National Poll.

The Longhorns replay the 2006 Big 12 Tournament Championship match when visiting Colorado comes to Austin for the 2007 regular season finale. Texas, ranked No. 7 at the time, won its first post-season Big 12 soccer title, defeating the No. 23 Colorado Buffaloes, 5-4 in penalty kicks, after a 1-1 tie, in front of 1,636 fans at Blossom Soccer Stadium in San Antonio on Sunday, Nov. 5.

ORLANDO, Fla. ( - UCF's women's soccer team used an impressive first half to build an early lead vs. UTEP, and it held on for a 4-2 victory at the UCF Soccer Complex Friday. With the win, the Knights remain all alone in first place in Conference USA with a 5-0-0 record, and they are 10-2-2 overall this season.

WACO, Texas - The Baylor soccer team used a high-octane first half to take an early lead, then held on through the second half to beat the Mexico Women's National Team 3-1 Wednesday evening at Betty Lou Mays Soccer Field.

As a physical therapist, I see many avoidable injuries happen every year when young athletes get back into soccer without proper preparation. Below are 4 crucial steps to help your soccer star better prepare for and navigate the season. We have also provided links to a 6 week Return to Sport program and exercise ideas to help keep athletes of all ages injury-free so they can stay in the game.

Gone are the days of sitting in a circle and stretching before practice. Research has shown that you are less likely to get injured if you perform what we call a dynamic warm-up. The goal of a dynamic warm-up is not to make you more flexible. The goal is to prepare your tissues and muscles for high-level activity that is required for a sport like soccer. Be sure to include dynamic warm-up activities before every practice and game, to prepare your body for the exertion of the sport and to help you avoid injury.

Soccer is not played in a straight line. We must be able to move in many different directions and do so quickly to be successful in sports such as soccer. A strength program that has us moving in one plane will not translate functionally to the field of play. A good injury prevention and sports performance program requires an athlete to move in multiple directions (forward/backward/sideways/diagonal). Below is an example of a lunge exercise performed in multiple directions. This is a much more functional and beneficial exercise than performing straight lunges.


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