Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Women's Soccer Adds 12 to fold

LYNNWOOD -- New Edmonds CC women's soccer coach Adam Fenster and his coaching staff have hit the ground running, signing 12 new freshmen for next fall. There is a strong base of decorated local players with a mix of out of state flavor. "We are very excited about bringing in a new class of freshmen that should compete from the get go," said Fenster. "We have a lot of local talent, and a few from out of the area that should add to our team dynamic."

Women's Soccer Signing Class

Oshinaye Taylor - Marysville Getchell HS - MF/F - 1st Team Wesco 4A Forward
Kailee Carrizosa - Waianae HS (HI) - DF
Paige Peterson - Hillcrest HS (UT) - DF
KC Gonzalez - Sultan HS - DF
Lexia Ramirez - Lake Stevens HS - DF - 1st Team 4A Wesco Defender
Katy Ewoniuk - Hillcrest HS (UT) - MF - Honorable Mention 6A All-State 
Jocelyne Lopez - Hillcrest HS (UT) - DF - Honorable Mention 6A All-State
Jazmin Nunez - Edmonds Woodway HS - MF - 2nd Team 3A Wesco Midfielder
Julia Hart - Mountlake Terrace HS - F - 1st Team 4A Wesco Forward
Kailin Wiley - Kamiak HS - F - 1st Team 4A Wesco Forward
Mariah Davis - Meadowdale HS - F 
Sammy Miller-Foy - Holy Names HS - GK - transfer from Austin Peay State University

Erikah Ledesma
The team will return six players from last year, including keeper Erikah Ledesma (Yakima, Wash.) and midfielder Alex Modica (Shoreline, Wash.). Ledesma was one of the main goal keeper's last year and understands the league. Modica was the starting center midfielder. Fenster added, "It's always nice to have that base player." Midfielders Karla Olsan (Spanaway, Wash.) and Nataliya Datskiv (Lynnwood, Wash.), and defenders Victoria Hunter (Edmonds, Wash.) and Audriawna Andrade (Lynnwood, Wash.) round out the sophomores. "I'm really pleased about the sophomores who are coming back. They will continue to rebuild the culture of our program."

Fenster has finalized his coaching staff -- veteran Val Seid and keeper coach Aaron Johnson, who assisted the past two years, will help in the development of the women's soccer program. "Seid has a real connection to the local soccer community. He's been a coach in club soccer for many years, and has four-year coaching experience," said Fenster. "Aaron Johnson will take over as our keeper coach." Fall sports begins official practices on August 1. The first chance to see the Tritons will be a scrimmage at Northwest University on August 21.

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