When play begins in August, the Cougars will be looking to defend their back-to-back 2013 and 2014 regular season Colonial Athletic Association titles.
The College is slated to host 15 home matches throughout its 2015 campaign, including two tournaments. The Cougars will also make two high-profile road trips to tournaments in Wisconsin and Alabama.
“I am very excited about this fall’s schedule,” head coach Jason Kepner said. “Playing matches at Wisconsin and Alabama in front of huge crowds should be an exciting experience for the girls. Overall, it will definitely challenge us right away and should prepare us well for another tough CAA schedule. “
The Cougars enter the 2015 season with hopes of extending their 14-year streak of winning either the regular season or conference tournament championship (currently the longest such streak in the nation).
The 2015 season officially kicks off on August 28, 2015 when the Cougars head west to Madison, Wisc., to take part in the Wisconsin Invite, a four-team tournament featuring the host as well as Western Kentucky University and Colgate University.
Take a look at last year’s highlights: