19 CMFSC U18 players graduate onto collegiate play for 2017
Posted by Lindsay on June 15, 2017
19 COQUITLAM METRO-FORD U18 PLAYERS GRADUATE ONTO COLLEGIATE PLAY FOR 2017
Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club has been a model of consistency in producing provincial champion teams at all levels and ages as well as developing players that move onto national team and professional play. As part of the club’s youth pathway, CMFSC supports its youth players as they transition into postsecondary competition. In advance of the 2017 fall season, the club is excited to announce 19 members of their U18 program graduating onto the collegiate game.
On the girl’s side; the Univ. of British Columbia-Okanagan Heat and 2016 Pac West Bronze Medalist Capilano University Blues had the largest pick-ups, each signing three. The Kelowna based UBC-O program selected defender Kathleen Deady, striker MacKenzie Pfoh, and midfielder in Erica Reis. The North Shore based Blues signed on striker Adrianna Babinski, midfielder Catrina Olstrom, and defender Claire Ye.
Montana’s Rocky Mountain College swooped in to sign central defender, Yasmina Enneddam. Enneddam will represent the club in the US based NAIA competition with the Battlin’ Bears beginning in August. Ontario’s Algoma University has secured Shyan Campbell to compete for the Thunderbirds while entering into their Honours Program in Biology.
The 2016 U-Sports National runners-up, UBC Thunderbirds, selected standout goalkeeper Bayley Wachsmuth. The Abbotsford based Fraser Valley Cascades drew in attacking player Megan Rose, and the Douglas College Royals successful gained attacking player Amanda Kristiansen.
On the men’s side; 2016 Pac West Silver Medalists, the Douglas College Royals, attracted four to stay in the region in Filip Capek, Spencer Jones, Sami Mohammad Kazem, and Joel Webb.
A trio of players will take their talents out-of-province to impact Canada’s U-Sports. Joe-Seok Jeong will travel to Kingston, Ontario’s Royal Military College with midfielders Joseph Powell and Jordan Verones joining the Univ. of Saskatchewan Huskies.
BC based powerhouses, Thompson Rivers Univ. and Univ. of BC-Okanagan each signed a club member. The TRU WolfPack are bringing striker Josh Penny to their Kamloops based campus, with the Heat attracting striker Owen Spicker to it’s Kelowna based program.
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