Women's Soccer - Kansas Jayhawks

⚽️ Elinav Competing for the Israel National Team in International Play

Kansas senior Shira Elinav will play for the Israel National Team in the upcoming Group B qualifiers for the 2025-26 UEFA Women's Nations League. Elinav is planning to play with the team for its two upcoming matches over the next week.

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⚽️ Pasar Signs Professional Contract with Budapest Honvéd FC

Former Kansas goalkeeper Melania Pasar has signed a contract to play professionally with Budapest Honvéd FC. Pasar is the 22nd player in program history to play soccer professionally.

⚽️ Kansas Soccer Announces 2024 Spring Schedule

Soccer will be back this spring as Kansas will play five exhibition games over a six-week period beginning in March. The five matches will be the first opportunity for fans to see the team under new Head Soccer Coach Nate Lie.

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🎙 Jayhawker Podcast: College GameDay & Nate Lie

Today on the Jayhawker Podcast, Wayne Simien and Greg Gurley are recapping a big week for Kansas Basketball including a win over 4th ranked Houston, an overtime loss in Manhattan, and we’ll preview College GameDay coming to Lawrence for Saturday’s game against Baylor. Then we’ talk with our new Kansas Women’s Soccer Head Coach Nate Lie.

⚽️ Childers, Hansen Sign Professional Contracts Overseas

Former Kansas Soccer midfielder Rylan Childers and defender Kaela Hansen have signed contracts with clubs in Europe. Childers has signed an 18-month contract with Odense Boldklub Q in Denmark and Hansen signed a deal for the 2024 season with an option for 2025 with Kuopion Palloseura in Finland.

⚽️ Soderling Joins Kansas Staff as Director of Soccer Operations

Kansas Head Soccer Coach Nate Lie announced the addition of Shaun Soderling to his staff as the Director of Soccer Operations on Friday.

⚽️ Emily Spreeman Named 2023 U.S. Soccer Female Deaf Player of the Year

Emily Spreeman, formerly Emily Cressy, has been voted as the 2023 U.S. Soccer Female Deaf Player of the Year, the U.S. Soccer Federation announced on Wednesday. Spreeman, the inaugural winner of the award, was a forward for the Kansas Jayhawks from 2007-10.

⚽️ Kansas Soccer Announces Coaching Staff

Head Kansas Soccer Coach Nate Lie announced his coaching staff today, assembling a trio of coaches with a diverse soccer background that have experiences ranging from the collegiate level to the U.S. Youth National Team level. The group also brings extensive postseason experience to the KU program.

⚽️ Kansas Soccer Adds Four Commitments

Less than three weeks into the tenure of new Head Soccer Coach Nate Lie, Kansas has added four commitments to bolster its roster. Jillian Gregorski, Kate Langfelder and Addison Tauscher will join the team for the 2024 season, while Brooke Otto will be eligible to participate immediately upon her arrival for the upcoming spring semester.

⚽️ 2024 Kansas Soccer Season Tickets Now On Sale

Season tickets for the 2024 Kansas Soccer season are now available. To purchase season tickets, fans can visit the KU online ticket office or call 800-34-HAWKS.

📸 Behind the Scenes of Nate Lie's Introduction

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