Women's soccer schedule released 2019


Hialeah, Florida – Florida National University women’s soccer Head Coach Giovanni de la Rosa has released his team’s 2019 schedule, featuring matchups against Florida Memorial, Keiser, NOVA, St. Thomas, PBA, and Lynn.

Florida National will play six of its first eight matches on the road. FNU will open its 2019 season at home against Johnson and Wales University. The Conquistadors then play five straight games on the road against Florida Memorial, Keiser, Nova, St. Thomas, and PBA respectively.

FNU then returns to Hialeah to play five games against Warner, Ave Maria, American International, and a home and an away game against ASA College.

In October FNU will face the University of Virgin Islands twice, at the Virgin Islands and in Hialeah. FNU will meet Florida Memorial and Webber university at home and Broward College in Pembroke Pines.

The lady Conquistadors closes out the season schedule with a 6 p.m. match against NCAA Division II Lynn University on Saturday, November 2nd.

Florida National University women’s soccer Head Coach Giovanni de la Rosa said “I’m super excited entering our third season because my staff has done a great job of recruiting top-level local talent”

Below is FNU’s full 2019 schedule (Home games in bold.)

vs Johnson & Wales University, Aug. 20. vs American International University, Sept. 20
at Florida Memorial University, Aug 29. vs ASA College, Oct. 7.
at Keiser University, Sept. 3. at University of Virgin Islands, Oct. 12.
at. Nova Southeastern University, Sept. 5. vs Florida Memorial University, Oct. 19.
at St. Thomas University, Sept. 7 vs Webber College, Oct. 23.
at Palm Beach Atlantic, Sept. 10. at Broward State College, Oct. 25.
vs. Warner University, Sept. 13. vs University of Virgin Islands, Oct. 26.
at ASA, Sept. 16. at Lynn University, Nov. 2.
vs. Ave Maria, Sept. 18. USCAA SOCCER NATIONAL TOURNAMENT, Nov 6-11. @ Virginia Beach.


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