2020 Griz Soccer: whole squad comes back plus 6 freshmen

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2020 Griz Soccer: whole squad comes back plus 6 freshmen

Post by mikegriz25 » Wed Nov 27, 2019 9:34 am

2019 undefeated Big Sky Champions with no seniors on the squad. From the looks of it the whole squad is returning and they added 6 more newbies to the mix.

https://gogriz.com/news/2019/11/13/socc ... s-six.aspx

Josie Windauer from Columbia Falls, MT. All-State, school record 80+ goals over her HS career and an all out amazing athlete. :clap: That's three Montana kids on the roster in 2020.

Meredith Udovich from Puyallup, WA. Will be playing in the High School All-American game in December. :clap:

Alejandra Melendez from Oakland, CA. Seems to be some sort of social media instagram celebrity from what I hear. Travelled to the last soccer world cup with Coca Cola, has been invited to camps overseas.

Camellia Xu from BC Canada. Plays at the top club in Canada whose main purpose is to develop players for the national team there. If you were worried about Griz Soccer losing Claire Howard after 2020 then you no longer need to be. Amazing goalkeeper.

Elizabeth Basile from Renton, WA. Same club as Udovich. Coming off of an ACL and should be good to go. Sounds like she's the classic blue collar kid Citowicki likes to fill the team with.

Reese Elliott from Blacklick, OH. Currently trains and lives at IMG academy in Florida. Doesn't get much bigger than that when it comes to sport training environments. Looking at their commitments they have players going Florida, UCLA and all the other big power 5 programs. Not sure how we got this one but its great!

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Re: 2020 Griz Soccer: whole squad comes back plus 6 freshmen

Post by alabamagrizzly » Wed Nov 27, 2019 2:37 pm

Almost undefeated...but yes, Coach C has these girls and this squad trending in the right direction despite one unfortunate hiccup. It’s unfortunate that you win the regular season title and have to go on the road for the con tourney.
"In Bill's(Wild Bill Kelly) tragic death there might be some message for the college society that basks in the glory of the football team and the individual heroes, but overlooks the fact that they are like the rest of us with conflicts, fears, frustrations, and weakness."-Joseph Cochran, friend of Kelly's

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