Syracuse, NY – The 2022 Le Moyne College women’s soccer team is scheduled to open its season on Thursday, August 25, as the team’s schedule was released on Friday morning.

The 16-game schedule will feature seven home games and nine contests on the road, including 12 games against Northeast-10 Conference foes and four against non-conference opponents.

The Dolphins begin the season on Thursday, August 25 at home against Chestnut Hill College. The team opens its road slate the following Tuesday at Daemen University and then visits Lake Erie College on Saturday, September 3.

The Dolphins begin Northeast-10 Conference action on September 10 against Southern New Hampshire University. They then host American International College three days later.

The team plays its first road NE10 contest on September 17 at Saint Anselm College to start a stretch of three straight contests on the road. The Dolphins then head to The College of Saint Rose on the 21st and wrap up the swing at Saint Michael’s College on the 24th.

The Dolphins return home to face Franklin Pierce University to close out their September slate on the 27th.

The team’s first two games in October are on the road. They open the month at the University of New Haven on Saturday the 1st and then wrap up their non-conference foes at Mercy College on Wednesday the 5th.

The Dolphins start a two-game homestand on Saturday the 8th against Southern Connecticut State University and then host Bentley University the following Saturday.

The team wraps a pair of road games around their final home game to conclude the regular season. They head to Assumption University on Tuesday the 18th and then host Adelphi University in their home finale on Saturday the 22nd. They close out the regular season at Pace University on Wednesday the 26th.

The Northeast-10 Conference Championship will once again feature an eight-team field with all contests being hosted by the higher seeded squad. The quarterfinals are scheduled for October 30, while the semifinals take place on November 3 and the championship game is slated for November 6.

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