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UNCW goal keeper Sydney Schneider selected 29th overall in NWSL draft

Sydney Schneider's career at UNCW has included major milestones and historic moments. She added yet another one late Wednesday night – becoming the first player in program history to be selected in the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) Draft.

Sydney Schneider receives CAA Women’s Soccer honor

UNCW junior goalkeeper Sydney Schneider has been named the Colonial Athletic Association's Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week for her efforts in the Seahawks' victories over William & Mary and Drexel.

UNCW Women’s Soccer confident headed into 2019

The UNCW Women's Soccer team is confident headed into 2019 with five out of their top six scorers returning and all but two of last years starters. 

Schneider bringing World Cup experience back to UNCW women’s soccer

All it took was one game in the FIFA Women's World Cup for UNCW junior goal keeper Sydney Schneider to become a sensation.

UNCW goalkeeper taking Women’s World Cup by storm

UNCW goalkeeper Sydney Schneider, who is member of UNCW women's soccer team has been thrust into the spotlight, after recording three saves against Brazil in the FIFA World Cup for Jamaica.

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