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Women's Soccer

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The outlook for 2014 is a promising one for the Mustangs women's soccer team! They are coming off the second best record in school history, where they started the season 4-0 for the first time. The Mustangs are returning just 3 players from last year’s team, but they added very good players from Utah, Idaho, Colorado, Wyoming, and Wisconsin.

The players returning include: Celeste Cox, after recovering from hip surgery last season. She will look to come in at outside back. Morgynn Hall is returning on the wing after scoring 6 goals last season. Esmeralda Orozco will be back to anchor the team in midfield after a strong season last year.

The incoming freshman class is led this year by Katelynn Mortensen, a wing from Brighton High School in Salt Lake City, UT. Brighton won the 5A Utah State Championship on their way to a #10 National Ranking. Coming from Utah with Katelynn, we have Josie Wiscomb, a very quick outside back from Riverton, UT. Josie’s club teammate Heather Proctor will also be looking to strengthen our back line. They both combined to create a stellar defensive combo. A duo of former state champions at Bonneville High School in Ogden, UT, look to bring more big game prowess to the team. The first is Tobin Niebrugge, who is coming in at center midfield. Joining her is Jordynn Strickland, who will be out on the wing after taking a year off from soccer at Weber State University. Joining us off of a 27 goal season at Vernal High School is Erin Elder, and she looks to continue that great form. The last of our Utah players is Rachel Richards, a quality left footed back from Herriman High School.

Our slew of players from outside of Utah starts with Melia Dayley from Sugar City, ID. Melia, a center midfielder, led to her team to an undefeated regular season record and earned All-District First Team honors. Also from Idaho, Brianna Clark, a stand out goal keeper from Idaho Falls. More locally in Wyoming we have Marlee Child, a wing/forward who was a leader for Evanston. Bricia Thornburg will cross over from Green River to help us out in defense. Lastly we have M’kinlee Gillins, a hometown player that adds a big work ethic to the backline. Also joining our top class defense will be Acacia Stephen from Mead High School in Longmont, CO. Lastly we are bringing in Karissa Neibaur, an all-conference sweeper out of Racine, WI.

The Mustangs are looking to bring a whole new team atmosphere to the field this season. The future is looking bright at Western Wyoming Community College and these players are going to be a huge part of that.

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