Edwards-Roberson ’22, Cropper ’21 Lead Scoring
The women’s soccer team fought hard throughout the season and showed many signs of improvement in Chris Haught-Thompson’s second year leading the program as head coach.
The Keydets got off to an exciting start to the season by defeating nearby Southern Virginia University by a 5-0 shutout victory. During the season, VMI was led by Whitney Edwards-Roberson ’22, who tallied nine points off four goals and one assist, while Kiley Cropper ’21, forward, totaled five points on two goals and one assist.
Schull ’22 Leads Division I in Saves
VMI men’s soccer won a pair of contests by 2-1 margins at Southern Virginia University and at home against Marymount University. Broden Schull ’22, keeper, led all of NCAA Division I with 82 saves and 7.45 saves per game. He made a career-record 17 saves against East Tennessee State University and moved into second all-time for VMI career saves.
Nathan Lam ’23, midfielder, served as a captain with Schull (and Richard Quispe ’21) and led the team with three goals. Lam netted the game-winner against Marymount, while Tate Pospichal ’24 scored to lift VMI to a 2-1 win over Southern Virginia University.