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The outlook for 2013 is a promising one for the Mustangs women's soccer team! They are coming off their best post-season finish in school history, where they progressed to the Region IX semi-finals after defeating Northwest College in the first round on the road. The Mustangs are returning 11 players from last year's team, and have added players from Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, and Moldova.
The players returning are Breanne DeMar in goal (2nd Team All-Conference GK, 3rd in nation in saves), Tlyncia Wilson and Celeste Cox return to the backline. After starting every game last season at defense, Cassie Winck will be getting minutes at midfield this year. She will be joined in midfield by Kaitlyn Pogroszewski and Laura Miego. Moving out to wing this year is Christina Fullmer, where she will be with Shelby Stevens. Returning at forward will be Maree Richardson and Amanda Jackson. They will be joined by Harli Hall, who is moving up from the wing.
New additions to the team are led by former WWCC basketball player Kira Miller who comes by way of Preston, ID. She will be finding her way out onto the wing with her size and athleticism. The Mustangs are also adding another WWCC student, Heather Darrin from Chisinau, Moldova. Heather will be trying to make her way into the forward or wing groups.
New to Western will be 2012 Utah 4A State Champion, Morgynn Hall from Bonneville High School, who will be finding time out on the wing. Esmeralda Orozco from Highland High School in Salt Lake City will be joining the team in the midfield after taking a year off from school. ln the back will be Adriana Atilano from Hunter High School in West Valley, UT, as well as Shamralee Rhodes, outside back from Rock Springs High School. To round off the newcomers, joining Western in goal will be Megan Fillpot of Bonneville High School, who was the 2012 Utah 4A MVP and State Champion along with Morgynn. It is safe to say that WWCC added some great talent to the team for this fall.
The Mustangs are focused on becoming the class of Region IX soccer this year. The team is very athletic and has added players that have great physical play. Things are looking very promising.
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