Let’s take a look at some of the Canadian-born NCAA stats leaders as of September 22nd.
The NCAA season is just around the corner and a number of Canadians are looking to take another jump in their careers. The list includes those who have already etched impressive numbers in college and one who is just getting started.
Sarah Kinzner is one of the youngest members of the 2015 Pan American team. The Calgary-born midfielder is looking forward to the tournament, as well as joining the University of Colorado later this summer.
The squad played 11 games in 2014 and finished with a record of 4W-2D-5L.
2014 marked an impressive year for our college players south of the border. Canadians excelled in every position on the pitch and their work was rewarded with some well-deserved recognition.
Chalk it up to leftover momentum from the U-20 Women’s World Cup or perhaps it’s just giving players their much needed due, but Canadians are having tremendous NCAA seasons thus far.
Participating in a World Cup on home soil is something soccer players can only dream of. The Canadian U-20 women’s squad has now lived that dream and are walking away from the tournament with not only unforgettable memories, but building blocks to move forward.