2017 Brookdale Women's Soccer News

  • Jessica Textor And Madison Doria Connect For Game Winning Goal Over Middlesex County College
    September 16, 2017
    Edison, NJ- Freshman midfielder Jessica Textor dished a free kick that freshman midfielder Madison Doria ripped in the back of the net to score the game winning goal in sudden dealth overtime. The Jersey Blues slipped past the Blue Colts of Middlesex County College, 4-3.
  • Gianna Murphy Strikes Twice; Brookdale Downs Bergen 8-0
    September 14, 2017
    Lincroft, NJ- Freshman forward Gianna Murphy found the back of the net twice as the Jersey Blues downed the Bulldogs of Bergen Community College, 8-0.
  • Women's Soccer Outscores Camden Cougars 6-1 In GSAC Action
    September 09, 2017
    Blackwood, NJ- The Jersey Blues women's soccer team outscored the Cougars of Camden County College, 6-1 in GSAC action. Freshman forward Gianna Murphy put Brookdale on the board early after scoring in the second minute of play. Murphy also collected one assist.
  • Brookdale Ties Northampton In Double Overtime
    September 07, 2017
    Bethlehem, PA - The Brookdale women's soccer team tied the Spartans of Northampton Community College, 3-3. The Blues went down by one early in the first half and scored two goals to take the lead before half-time. Freshman forward Gianna Murphy ripped the first goal while freshman forward Christine Albano netted the second.
  • Madison Doria Named GSAC Women's Soccer Player Of The Week
    September 06, 2017
    Lincroft, NJ - Madison Doria from Brookdale Community College has been named Garden State Athletic Conference Division III women's soccer player of the week for the week ending September 2nd.
  • Women's Soccer Defeats Bucks In Season Opener; Freshman Madison Doria Rips Hat-Trick
    August 31, 2017
    Lincroft, NJ- The Brookdale women's soccer team kicked off the 2017 season with a win against the Centurions of Bucks County Community College, 6-1. Freshman center-midfielder Madison Doria topped the Blues offense with three goals while freshman forward Alexandra Sweeney and sophomore forward Breeana Cassidy tallied two assists apiece.