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CHAMBERSBURG (Aug. 20, 2019) — The 2019 Wilson College Women’s Soccer team begins their 2019 season with a home opener Aug. 30 against Hollins University. This marks the first season for the Phoenix under new head coach, Terrance Harris. Harris comes to Wilson after serving as the assistant head coach at Penn State Mont Alto. 

Following the home opener, the Phoenix will hit the road for three straight games, with matches against Trinity (DC), the University of Valley Forge and Mary Baldwin University, before returning home on Sept. 14 to host the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg.

Other nonconference home games for the Phoenix include contests against Sweet Briar College and Hood College. Wilson will travel to Bethany College and Christendom College to conclude the nonconference portion of the schedule. 

Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) play kicks off Sept. 28 for the Phoenix when they travel to Keystone College to face the Giants. Wilson will host key conference matchups against Cedar Crest College, Centenary University and Clarks Summit before their final home game Oct. 26 against Bryn Athyn.

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The Phoenix will visit Notre Dame of Maryland, Cairn University, Rosemont College, then finish the regular season at the College of Saint Elizabeth on October 31. 

The first round of the CSAC Playoffs is set to begin Nov. 4.

Chris Brunner is Sports Information Assistant at Wilson College

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