22 Mari Kneisel
Zags cruise past South Dakota to begin Chris Watkins' era
Zags welcome Mount Royal for exhibition match
Dept. record 158 student-athletes recognized on President's or Dean's List
Kernion and Kneisel both score second goals of season
Pepperdine scores four goals in opening 45 minutes
JUNIOR (2016): Appeared in 12 matches...started 6 games...scored game winning goal on only shot against St. Mary’s...scored once on one shot in season-high 73 minutes against Loyola Marymount...took three shots against Pepperdine...one was on goal...had shots on goal against Nevada, Oregon, and Pacific...took five corner kicks in 2-1 loss versus Portland.JUNIOR COLLEGE: transferred to Gonzaga after excelling at the College of the Canyons … finished the 2015 season with 31 goals, 12 assists and 74 points to lead COC in all categories, while starting all 21 games for the Cougars … Included in those totals were 11 game-winning scores and a trio of hat-trick performances … named the Western State Conference Player of the Year after leading the league in goals, points, total shots (111) and shots on goal (67) … In 2015, Kneisel essentially rewrote the COC women's soccer program's record book, by establishing a new single season mark for goals scored and becoming the college's all-time career leader with 51 career goals and 129 points in her two years as a Cougar … Those numbers helped Canyons (14-2-5, 11-0-3) clinch its fifth straight WSC, South Championship, all coming under head coach Justin Lundin.
HIGH SCHOOL: scored 11 goals and recorded 11 assists during her senior season at Canyon High School.
09/16/2017 - Women's Soccer Welcomes Nationally-Ranked Memphis
09/15/2017 - Jencks Records Brace in Gonzaga Victory
09/13/2017 - Zags Meet Fairleigh Dickinson for the First Time
09/10/2017 - Gonzaga Grabs Comeback Victory in Denver
09/09/2017 - Women's Soccer Looks to Bounce Back at Denver
09/08/2017 - Bulldogs Drop First Game of the Season
09/06/2017 - Women's Soccer Makes Short Trip to Cheney Friday
Women's Soccer09/24/2017Men's Soccer09/24/2017Women's Volleyball09/23/2017Men's Soccer09/22/2017