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Women’s Soccer Adds Transfer Oliwia Wos

 

 

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana Women's Soccer has announced the addition of sophomore defender Oliwia Wos, who is transferring to IU after spending last season at Wake Forest. Wos will be eligible to play immediately for Indiana.
 
A native of Olesno, Poland, Wos played in 16 games with 13 starts as a freshman centerback for the Demon Deacons, who advanced to the Third Round of the NCAA Tournament in 2018. Wos earned her first collegiate point on an assist against Virginia on Sept. 30.
 
Prior to her time at Wake Forest, Wos played for Poland's U-17 and U-19 national teams, in addition to earning an appearance with the full national team in 2017. With the U-19 squad, Wos participated in the Elite Round of the 2018 UEFA European Women's U-19 Championship. Wos played club for Arminia Bielefeld in Germany and previously played for Herforder SV and VfL Bochum.
 
The daughter of Beata and Krzysztof, Wos has two sisters, Julia and Natalia.
 
The Hoosiers begin the 2019 campaign, the first under head coach Erwin van Bennekom, on Aug. 22 at North Carolina. For the full schedule, click here.

Is it common for soccer transfers to play immediately


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I believe outside of Football and Basketball everyone is allowed a one time transfer waver to be eligible immediately but I am not positive on that.

I seem to remember being told that when Dlyan Mares transferred to the men's soccer team and was eligible right away way back in 2013. I could be remembering wrong and rules may have changed but this would make most sense.  

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Per the NCAA site on transfer rules Aaron is correct.

Transfer terms

Eligibility Timeline

Division I five-year clock: If you play at a Division I school, you have five-calendar years in which to play four seasons of competition. Your five-year clock starts when you enroll as a full-time student at any college. Thereafter, your clock continues, even if you spend an academic year in residence as a result of transferring; decide to red shirt, if you do not attend school or even if you go part-time during your college career.

Division II 10-semester/15-quarter clock: If you play at a Division II or III school, you have the first 10 semesters or 15 quarters in which you are enrolled as a full-time student to complete your four seasons of competition. You use a semester or quarter any time you attend class as a fulltime student or are enrolled part-time and compete for the school. You do not use a term if you only attend part-time with no competition or are not enrolled for a term.

Progress-toward-degree: A system of academic benchmarks ensuring a student-athlete makes progress towards a bachelor’s degree at a reasonable pace.

Season of competition: NCAA student-athletes are allowed to compete for four seasons in one sport. Division I and II student-athletes who compete for any amount of time during a season use up one season in their sport. Division III student-athletes who practice or compete after the first date of competition in their sport use up one season in their sport. 

Exceptions

Exception: If you meet a legislated exception, it means a specific regulation will not apply to you. The school to which you are transferring determines whether you are eligible and has the authority to apply exceptions.

One-time transfer exception: If you transfer from a four-year school, you may be immediately eligible to compete at your new school if you meet ALL the following conditions:

  • You are transferring to a Division II or III school, or you are transferring to a Division I school in any sport other than baseball, men's or women's basketball, football (Football Bowl Subdivision) or men’s ice hockey. If you are transferring to a Division I school for any of the previously-listed sports, you may be eligible to compete immediately if you were not recruited by your original school and you have never received an athletics scholarship.
  • You are academically and athletically eligible at your previous four-year school.
  • You receive a transfer-release agreement from your previous four-year school.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Class of '66 Old Fart said:

Per the NCAA site on transfer rules Aaron is correct.

Transfer terms

Eligibility Timeline

Division I five-year clock: If you play at a Division I school, you have five-calendar years in which to play four seasons of competition. Your five-year clock starts when you enroll as a full-time student at any college. Thereafter, your clock continues, even if you spend an academic year in residence as a result of transferring; decide to red shirt, if you do not attend school or even if you go part-time during your college career.

Division II 10-semester/15-quarter clock: If you play at a Division II or III school, you have the first 10 semesters or 15 quarters in which you are enrolled as a full-time student to complete your four seasons of competition. You use a semester or quarter any time you attend class as a fulltime student or are enrolled part-time and compete for the school. You do not use a term if you only attend part-time with no competition or are not enrolled for a term.

Progress-toward-degree: A system of academic benchmarks ensuring a student-athlete makes progress towards a bachelor’s degree at a reasonable pace.

Season of competition: NCAA student-athletes are allowed to compete for four seasons in one sport. Division I and II student-athletes who compete for any amount of time during a season use up one season in their sport. Division III student-athletes who practice or compete after the first date of competition in their sport use up one season in their sport. 

Exceptions

Exception: If you meet a legislated exception, it means a specific regulation will not apply to you. The school to which you are transferring determines whether you are eligible and has the authority to apply exceptions.

One-time transfer exception: If you transfer from a four-year school, you may be immediately eligible to compete at your new school if you meet ALL the following conditions:

  • You are transferring to a Division II or III school, or you are transferring to a Division I school in any sport other than baseball, men's or women's basketball, football (Football Bowl Subdivision) or men’s ice hockey. If you are transferring to a Division I school for any of the previously-listed sports, you may be eligible to compete immediately if you were not recruited by your original school and you have never received an athletics scholarship.
  • You are academically and athletically eligible at your previous four-year school.
  • You receive a transfer-release agreement from your previous four-year school.

 

 

Guess you can add Baseball and Ice Hockey to that but otherwise I had the rule correct. Thanks for finding the exact wording. Much appreciated.

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Indiana Women's Soccer @IndianaWSOC

#IUWS saw three incoming freshmen make the @TopDrawerSoccer State Stars list:  Fall season:  Elizabeth Jacobson and Alaina Kalin.  Spring season:  Jamie Tottleben

https://www.topdrawersoccer.com/high-school-soccer-article/hs:-2018-2019-tds-all-america_aid46485

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Exhibition Final:  Indiana 3, Indiana State 0

Mel Forbes, Allie Schlom & Chandra Davidson all score for the Hoosiers while Jaimie Tottleben added two assists.  Bethany Kopel and Caitlin Arbuckle combine for the shutout in goal.

#IUWS wraps up exhibition play Wednesday against Northwestern.

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Next up- exhibition vs Northwestern Wednesday @ 11 in Bloomington.  

**credit nusports.com 

The #B1GCats are coming off a 2018 season that saw head coach Michael Moynihan's side reach the NCAA Tournament while earning 10 victories for the fourth consecutive year. The recent success of the program propelled three Wildcats to be selected in the 2019 NWSL Draft, including Chicago natives Kayla Sharples and Hannah Davison joining the nearby Red Stars. In addition, Marisa Viggiano was selected as a fourth-round pick by the Orlando Pride. 
 
Sophomore Mackenzie Wood highlights a talented crop of returning players, and she will resume her spot between the goalposts after a banner rookie campaign (8 shutouts, .854 save percentage) that landed her on the Big Ten All-Freshman Team. Junior Regan Steigleder will features in central midfield, while sophomores Kaylee Titus and Julietta Thron expect to return to the back line. 

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana Women's Soccer senior forward Chandra Davidson has been named the team's 2019 captain.
 
"Chandra's not only a talented player but also exemplifies the work-rate we want to have and the dedication we want to put into this program," said head coach Erwin van Bennekom. "She's relentless and she brings the right attitude and that's why she's the captain. We have a leadership group that will help make sure the team runs smoothly and will look to Chandra to be the head of that."
 
The native of Hamilton, Ontario has played in 56 games, earning starts in every game of the last two seasons. For her career, she's tallied nine goals and eight assists, including five in 2018.
 
Davidson is a two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree and earned 2018 Big Ten Preseason Honors List accolades and a spot on TopDrawerSoccer's National Team of the Week on Sept. 18.
 
Indiana Women's Soccer officially opens the 2019 season, the first under van Bennekom, on Thursday, Aug. 22 as the Hoosiers travel to Chapel Hill, N.C. to take on the No. 2-ranked Tarheels at 6:30 p.m.

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The first official IU sporting event of this school year!  

Live Stats

Match will be available via WatchEspn App also

 

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana Women's Soccer officially kicks off the 2019 season on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. by traveling to No. 2 North Carolina. The game marks the first official contest under head coach Erwin van Bennekom.
 
 The Hoosiers will open the home slate this Sunday by hosting UIC at 1 p.m. Admission is free to all home games.
 
SCOUTING THE TARHEELS
• The Tarheels are coming off their 25th appearance in the NCAA Championship as North Carolina fell to Florida State in the title game. UNC finished the year 21-4-2 and winners of the ACC regular season. North Carolina came in at No. 2 in this year's United Soccer Coaches Preseason Poll and were picked as the preseason favorite to win the ACC title again. Juniors Emily Fox and Alessio Russo and sophomore Brianna Pinto were all tabbed for the All-ACC Preseason Team. Thursday's game marks the first official contest for the women's soccer team in the new UNC Lacrosse & Soccer Stadium, which was opened on March 2.
 
• North Carolina has won both previous meetings against the Hoosiers. The last contest came in the Second Round of the 2013 NCAA Tournament, a 4-0 UNC win in Chapel Hill.
 
START OF VAN BENNEKOM ERA
 Erwin van Bennekom was named the fourth coach in Indiana Women's Soccer history on Dec. 4, 2018 after spending the last four seasons at Duke as associate head coach. His time at Duke was the most successful stretch in the Blue Devils' history, earning a 68-17-11 record and advancing to a pair of Women's College Cups.
 
• Completing his staff are assistant coaches Bri Young and Doug Starnes, as well as Emily Basten and Director of Operations/Video Analyst Alex Ng. Young, a former All-American at Texas A&M joins the Hoosiers after serving as an assistant at Kansas. Starnes spent the previous season as an assistant with IUPUI while Ng served as a student assistant with Valparaiso Women's Soccer. Basten, an alumna of the women's soccer team has been with the program since 2017, previously serving as the team's graduate student manager.
 
DAVIDSON, LOCKWOOD AND WOS EARN BIG TEN PRESEASON HONORS
• Senior Chandra Davidson, sophomore Oliwia Wos and freshman Avery Lockwood were named to the Big Ten Preseason Honors List, the conference announced on Monday. It marks the second straight year for Davidson, who is the team's active team leader in both goals (9) and points (26). Lockwood is just one of three freshmen who made the list.
 
RETURNING IN 2019
• Indiana returns five starters from a season ago - Davidson, Allison Jorden, Bethany Kopel, Hanna Németh and Meghan Scott. In addition, Melanie Forbes and Madeline Carlson logged heavy minutes last season.
 
• Kopel has been the starting goalkeeper for the Hoosiers in each of her first two seasons. In her career, she's tallied 188 saves - already fifth-most all-time at Indiana -  with a 1.42 goals against average and nine shutouts.
 
NEW TO THE HOOSIERS
• IU adds 12 newcomers this year - 10 freshmen and two sophomore transfers.
 
Oliwia Wos joined Indiana after spending her freshman season at Wake Forest, starting 13 games as the Demon Deacons advanced to the Third Round of the NCAA Tournament.
 
 Megan Wampler transferred to IU after playing her freshman season at Dayton.
 
• The freshman class hails from seven different states - Indiana (Jacelyn Smith and Grace Saccone), Michigan (Avery Lockwood, Bria Telemaque and Madi White), California (Lily Davis), Missouri (Jaimie Tottleben), Texas (Allie Schlom), Georgia (Chloe Briede) and Pennsylvania (Alaina Kalin).
 

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Had to wait out a nearly 2 hour weather delay and the Lady Hoosiers never got their mojo going.  

 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – Indiana Women's Soccer fell to No. 2 North Carolina in the season opener on Thursday night, 3-0. The game marked the first contest under head coach Erwin van Bennekom.
 
KEY MOMENTS
• UNC found the back of the net in the 14th minute after a corner kick went across the six-yard box and was sent back in by Taylor Otto. She connected with Bridgette Andrzejewski, who scrambled through the box to score.
• The Tar Heels added on to their lead in the 18th minute after a free kick at the top of the box fell to Aleigh Gambone, who tipped it in to Brianna Pinto for the score.
• After a mostly quiet second half from both sides, Pinto pushed the Carolina advantage to 3-0 in the 81st minute on a left-footed shot from 20 yards out.
 
NOTABLES
• The game was delayed an hour and 52 minutes due to lightning in the area.
• Hanna Németh had the lone Hoosier shot of the night on a wide look in the 16th minute.
• Three freshmen earned the start in their first career game – Alaina Kalin, Avery Lockwood and Jaimie Tottleben. In addition, sophomore transfer Oliwia Wos got the start in her first game in an Indiana uniform.
• Sophomore Sarah Wampler saw her first career appearance, starting the second half. Also seeing their first career action was Megan Wampler, Allie Schlom, Bria Telemaque and Grace Saccone.
• Junior goalkeeper Bethany Kopel collected four saves.
 
HEAD COACH ERWIN VAN BENNEKOM
"I think losing the game is never good – that's not why we came here – but they did just about everything we asked of them. We defended hard and we had courage on the ball and that's what we ask for and we got better tonight.
 
I'm super happy with the freshmen, Avery and Alaina didn't even come off the field tonight. The freshmen came into this environment and didn't just act like freshmen, they acted like college soccer players. That was great to see."
 
UP NEXT
Indiana opens the home slate this Sunday as the Hoosiers host UIC at 1 p.m. The Flames played Central Michigan to a scoreless draw in their opener on Thursday. Admission to all games at Bill Armstrong Stadium are free of charge.

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