The women’s soccer program will be returning to action in the Fall of 2016. College of St. Joseph has added Teresa Perri to take over the head coaching position and lead the new women’s soccer program.
Coach Perri is a CSJ alumna that brings years of experience coaching and playing at both the college and high school level. She is focused on helping players develop their skills both on and off the field. Perseverance, responsibility and fun are some of the core values that coach Perri values and knows will push Lady Saints soccer forward.
Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach
Recent Women’s Soccer News
Lady Saints close season against SUNY Cobleskill
Women's soccer ended their inaugural season with a 13-0 loss against SUNY Cobleskill.
Women’s soccer hosts Cobleskill for senior game Oct. 18
Women's soccer hosts Cobleskill for their last matchup of the season on Oct. 18 at 3 p.m.
CSJ soccer travels to Central Maine CC Oct. 15
Men's and women's soccer heads to Central Maine CC to take on the Mustangs on Oct. 15.
Men’s Soccer earns sixth shutout against Hampshire, Women score first goal of the season
Men's Soccer defeated Hampshire 4-0. Brittany Hance scored the first goal of the season for the Women's team.
Women’s Soccer looks for first win against SUNY Adirondack
The Lady Saints travel to SUNY Adirondack on Sept. 30, searching for their first win of the season.
CSJ Soccer heads to Paul Smith’s College Sept. 28
Men's and Women's Soccer head to Paul Smith's College on Wednesday to take on the Bobcats.
Men’s Soccer continues winning streak, Women’s team falls to NHTI
Men's Soccer earned their fourth straight win against NHTI Sept. 22, while the women still look for their first win.
Tavares, Simpson named YSCC Athletes of the Week
Dominick Simpson and Florence Tavares have earned Yankee Small College Conference Athlete of the Week honors.
CSJ Soccer heads to NHTI Sept. 22
Men's and Women's Soccer travel to NHTI to take on the Lynx on Sept. 22.
Men’s Soccer earns third straight win, Women’s Soccer has season best six shots
The Lady Saints suffered another tough defeat, losing to Central Maine 0-9. The men’s team was more fortunate, defeating the Mustangs 4-2.