For the past year, women’s soccer’s junior midfielder Emma Yackley has been pushing for a change in Creighton Athletics’ sustainable efforts, which has consequently led to this week’s Green Games.
The Creighton Bluejay men’s soccer team suffered a heartbreaking 2-1 loss on Saturday against the No. 1 Georgetown Hoyas in front of an attendance of 6,577 at Morrison Stadium.
The Bluejays men’s soccer team was undefeated on the weekend headlined by an upset of hosts and No. 1 nationally ranked Indiana 3-0 last Friday.The historic win was Creighton’s first over a No. 1 ranked team in program history and Creighton Athletics’ first in 20 years since baseball defeate…
Men’s soccer will host No. 1 Georgetown for Socctoberfest at Morrison Stadium Saturday, Sep. 18 for its ninth annual celebration, an exciting event for Bluejay fans after a year’s hiatus.The first celebration of Socctoberfest was on Oct. 20 of 2012, when women’s soccer fell to Evansville 1-0…
The Creighton men’s soccer team fell on the road against the St. Louis Billikens Sunday 4-0, moving the Jays to an 0-2 record on the season.The team officially began their sea- son on Aug. 26 with a narrow 2-1 loss against Tulsa in their home opener.After the tough loss to Saint Louis, sopho…
With its eighth annual matchup last Friday, Socctoberfest has cemented itself as an important tradition for Creighton soccer and the Omaha community.But the event has proven to be more than a full stein of beer and a meal ticket. The annual double-header serves as much-needed energy in the l…
A new era of Creighton men’s soccer kicked off last weekend as Johnny Torres walked the sidelines in his first couple games as head coach. Creighton traveled to North Carolina for matchups against top-10 teams No. 6 UNC and No. 4 Wake Forest.
Creighton head coach Elmar Bolowich announced his resignation late Monday evening as he is set to become the Executive Director of Armada Youth FC in Jacksonville, Florida. During his time at Creighton, Bolowich created quite the legacy.
With the season on the line, Creighton freshman goalkeeper Paul Kruse bounced up and down on his toes and across his goal line in an effort to psych himself up before an attempt to extend the penalty shootout one more round.
Creighton men’s soccer team heads into the postseason after a successful regular season. The Jays finished the regular season at 11-4-2 and is currently ranked 17th in the United Soccer Coaches Poll. They are the number one seed in the Big East tournament.
No. 17 Creighton men’s soccer (11-4-2) is entering the Big East tournament with the No. 1 seed, after winning the Big East regular season title for the first time since 2014.
No. 14 Creighton men’s soccer (11-3-1) clinched the Big East regular-season championship after two 2-1 victories this past week, keeping the Bluejays undefeated in Big East play. The first of which was a 2-1 home win against Marquette on Wednesday, and the other a 2-1 road win against DePaul…
An early goal in the second half was enough for the struggling Akron Zips to get a much-needed 1-0 victory over the No. 8 Creighton Bluejays in a nonconference match at FirstEnergy Stadium in Akron, Ohio on Tuesday night.
Freshman midfielder Stefan DeLeone scored a 104th minute match winner to help the No. 5 Denver Pioneers defeat the No. 8 Creighton Bluejays by a score of 1-0 on Tuesday night at Morrison Stadium in a battle between two of the nation’s top college soccer teams.
Last Saturday night, senior forward Sven Koenig scored a pair of second half goals as the No. 25 Creighton men’s soccer team opened Big East play with a 3-0 victory over defending regular-season conference champion Butler in front of a Homecoming crowd of 4,711 at Morrison Stadium.
The Creighton Bluejays (3-1-1) used a pair of second half goals to defeat the Memphis Tigers 2-0 in the second and final match of Friday night’s Socctoberfest festivities at Morrison Stadium.
The No. 20 Creighton Men’s soccer team used a pair of first-half goals to defeat the South Florida Bulls by a score of 2-1 on Monday night at the Corbett Soccer Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
The Creighton men’s soccer team lost in difficult fashion in Phoenix on Friday night, coming up short against Grand Canyon University with a 1-0 score line.
The Creighton men’s soccer team has a history of winning, finishing as the Big East regular season champs in four out of the last five years and reaching the NCAA Tournament 23 out of the last 24 years.
After recording a 1-1 draw with St. John’s on Saturday night, the Creighton men’s soccer team will have its hands full against another high-profile Big East opponent on Friday night.
About 1,500 fans toughed the rain, wind and cold weather to see the No. 14 Creighton Bluejays (2-1-1) score a 3-0 victory over the University of Missouri-Kansas City Kangaroos (1-2-0). The match began at 7:05 p.m., already under the lights at Morrison Stadium.
The 2016 Major League Soccer SuperDraft took place on Jan. 14 and 19 in Baltimore.Creighton has traditionally been known as a program that breeds MLS players, and this year’s SuperDraft was no exception.
With Saturday’s 1-0 win over No. 5 seed North Carolina (15-2-3), 12th-seeded Creighton (19-3-0) advanced to its fourth NCAA quarterfinals appearance in the past five years.
The No. 12 seed Creighton Bluejays scored two first-half goals and defeated Drake 5-1 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The Jays will travel to Chapel Hill, North Carolina to face the No. 5 seeded Tar Heels on Saturday at 6 p.m.
A week after Georgetown snatched the Big East title away from the Creighton men's soccer team, the Bluejays earned themselves the opportunity to return the favor on Sunday.
It’s almost the end of the regular season for the Men’s Soccer team and the team is getting ready to start postseason play. Creighton coach Elmar Bolowich has high expectations for the postseason for his team.
Last season the Creighton men’s soccer team ended Xavier’s season with a 2-1 NCAA tournament victory at Morrison Stadium. This season the Musketeers ended the Bluejays’ 15-match win streak.
The No. 1 team in the country did not disappoint on Senior Night as the Creighton men’s soccer team scored five unanswered goals to take a 5-1 win and improve to 15-0-0.
During the 87th minute Ricky Lopez-Espin fired a shot off the left post and the ball trickled out into an open area in the middle of the box. With defenders rushing from all directions, sophomore midfielder Noah Franke recovered the ball, took a moment to gather it and fired his first career…
The No. 1 Creighton Bluejays had their hands full on Tuesday night, as they narrowly defeated former Missouri Valley Conference rival Drake 2-1 in thrilling comeback fashion.
The No. 1 Creighton men’s soccer team fired off 17 shots in the first half and kept the ball in their attacking zone for the majority of the first 45 minutes, but the Bluejays put only one goal on the scoreboard.
As the No. 1 team in the country with a 9-0-0 record, the Creighton men’s soccer team has its sights set on another conference title. As the lone unbeaten or untied team in the nation, the Bluejays will face a slew of conference opponents looking to unthrone them.
The unanimous No. 1 ranked Creighton Bluejays men’s soccer team continued their non-conference dominance on Tuesday night, defeating the Missouri State Bears (3-2-2) 4-0 at Morrison Stadium to improve to 9-0-0 on the season.
No. 1 Creighton defeated Tulsa 1-0 on Saturday night in front of 6,453 fans. The Homecoming crowd was the second largest in program history.
With a healthy lineup, the Creighton men's soccer team has many different offensive threats. The No. 1 Bluejays are 5-0 and host Tulsa for the 2015 Homecoming match on Saturday at 7 p.m.
Following a come from behind victory against Cal State Northridge on Friday night, the Creighton men's soccer team jumped out to an early advantage Sunday and never looked back.
Myles Englis’ goal during the 89th minute lifted the No. 3 Creighton men’s soccer team to a 2-1 victory over the Cal State Northridge Matadors and sent the Socctoberfest crowd home happy with the second of two wins Friday night at Morrison Stadium.
The Creighton men’s soccer team is back on the pitch for the spring season following a trip to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinal last fall.