Women's Soccer Players Moving On

 

Lady Rattler Soccer Players: Where are they now?

Players Who Moved Onto Play at Four-Year Level (All Time):

 

2016 - 2017 Graduates Moving On
Cassandra Moosburger NCAA D2 Angelo State University
Callie Larson NCAA D2 CSU-Pueblo
Kaleigh Brough NCAA D2 CSU-Pueblo
Elija Ostin NAIA Southwestern College
Coleen Johnson NCAA D2 Young Harris College
Caylie Hartman NCAA D1 Southern Utah University

 

2014 - 2015 Graduates Moving On
Maria Perdomo NAIA Doane College
McKenna Schmitt NCAA D2 Queens University of NC
Vanessa Gallegos NCAA D2 Eastern New Mexico Univ.
Jasmine Brewster NAIA Brenau University
Megan Chandler NAIA Brenau University
Kerry Carmody NCAA D2 Colorado Mesa University
Maira De Campos NCAA D1 University of Arkansas – Pine Bluff

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2013 - 2014 Graduates Moving On
Sam McCurley NCAA D2 Metro State
Tori Slattery NCAA D2 Metro State
Kimi-Ann Kaniaupio NCAA D2 Fort Hayes State
Keenan Moreta NCAA D2 West Virginia Wesleyan
Susana Abundiz NCAA D2 Northwestern Oklahoma State
Jessie Parra NCAA D2 Colorado Mesa University
Baylee Lindsley NCAA D2 Colorado Mesa University
Nika Wang NCAA D2 NOVA Southeastern University
Brittney Lacek NCAA D2 St. Mary’s University
Jordan Thinger NCAA D2 St. Edward’s University
Stephanie Longtine NCAA D2 New Mexico Highlands University

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2012 - 2013 Graduates Moving On
Amanda Garcia NCAA D2 CSU-Pueblo
Lauren Connel NCAA D2 West Texas A & M
Stephanie House NAIA Friends University
Kat Waugh NCAA D3 Elmhurst
Mackenzie Korbus NCAA D2 CSU-Pueblo

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October 21, 2014: The Lady Rattler Soccer Team Ends Season Strong!

Season 2014 Soccer

The Lady Rattler Soccer Team ended their regular season strong this past weekend with a pair of wins at Tiger Field against Sheridan College on Friday, October 17th and Northwest College on Saturday, October 18th. OJC dominated both games, working together to outscore their opponents 13 to 1 on the weekend with goals from 8 different players, including Maira De Campos (So., Sao Joncalo, Brazil/Dom Heldes Camara) who had a goal and four assists. In addition to Saturday being the last home and regular season game for the Lady Rattlers, it was also Sophomore Appreciation Day.

The Lady Rattler’s continued to set a standard of success for a third year in a row, as they finished the regular season with an overall record of 12-1-1 and an 11-0-1 record in Region IX. This record allowed them to finish the regular season in first place in Region IX. Upon reflecting on the regular season, Coach Hutchison said, “The Lady Rattlers worked extremely hard on the practice field and during games to finish out the regular season 12-1-1, the team is fully deserving of their #1 seed in the upcoming Region IX tournament.”

The Lady Rattlers are coming off of a 7 game winning streak heading into the post-season. Now their focus shifts to the upcoming Region IX Tournament, which will take place on November 7th and 8th. OJC will face the winner of the quarterfinal game between Trinidad State Junior College and Western Nebraska Community College on November 7th in the semifinal match at 12:00pm at 5-Star Stadium in Thornton, CO. When asked about the tournament, Hutchison said, “We are planning to work consistently hard, on and off the field, in the coming three weeks in order to prepare for the Region IX tournament. One of our goals this season is to win the Region IX championship, and we’ll do what it takes to achieve it!”