2010-11 Women’s Soccer Roster

2010-11 UFV Cascades
Women’s Soccer Roster

No. Name Pos. Height Year Major Home Town Last Team
01 Chantelle Biagioni Goalkeeper 5-9 3 Art Studies Pitt Meadows, B.C. UFV/Samuel Robertson
02 Selina Miller Defender 5-7 5 English Abbotsford, B.C. UFV/Abbotsford Mariners
03 Maria VerBenKov  Midfielder  5-7 4 Criminology Langley, BC UFV/SBAA Elite
04  Rebecca Zweep Defender 5-5 1 General Studies Abbotsford, BC Abbotsford Mariners
06 Lyndsay Munro Defender 5-5 5 History Maple Ridge, BC UFV/Coquitlam Renegades
07 Megan Webster Midfielder 5-5 4 Criminal Justice Abbotsford, BC UFV/Abbotsford Mariners
09 Ellen Kuyer Forward 5-11 4 Business Admin Surrey, BC UFV/SBAA Elite
10 Andrea McLachlan Forward 5-5 4 Kinesiology Maple Ridge, BC Coquitlam MetroFord
11 Chelsea Steffen Midfielder 6-0 2 Fashion Design Abbotsford, BC Abbotsford Mariners
12 Maddie Vaughan Defender 5-6 2 Nursing Studies Langley, BC Surrey Nitro Elite
13 Danika Snook Forward 5-4 2 Kinesiology Chilliwack, BC Chilliwack FC
14 Natalie Therrien Midfielder 5-8 3 General Studies Surrey, BC Kwantlen College
15 Donna Pinning Defender 5-6 3 Kinesiology Chilliwack, B.C. UFV
16 Caitlin Blondin Defender 6-0 1 General Studies Abbotsford, BC Abbotsford Mariners
17 Carly Neeson Forward 5-1 1 General Studies Maple Ridge, BC Golden Ears United
18 Danielle Schmidt Defender 5-4 2 Kinesiology Chilliwack, BC Abbotsford Mariners
19 Samantha Slack Midfielder 5-3 2 General Studies Surrey, BC Langley FC
20 Danielle de Bruin Midfielder 5-7 1 Criminology Victoria, BC Castaways
21 Roxanne Snook Midfielder 5-4 5 Biology Chilliwack, B.C. UFV/Chilliwack
22 Charmaine Biagioni Goalkeeper 5-9 1 General Studies Pitt Meadows, BC Golden Ears UNited
25 Michela Fiordo Goalkeeper 6-3 4 Criminology Surrey, BC Kwabtlen U
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