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Clark College News and Events


June 13, 2007
For Immediate Release
For additional information: 
Lisa Quednow-Bickler, Director of Athletics
Telephone:  (360) 992-2268

PENGUIN WOMEN’S SOCCER SIGNS
13 LOCAL ALL-STARS FOR 2007 SEASON

Clark College welcomes star recruits from Battle Ground, Camas, Evergreen, Fort Vancouver, Hudson’s Bay, Mountain View, Ridgefield, and Woodland.

VANCOUVER, Wash. -- Clark College will welcome an all-star class of women’s soccer players for fall 2007.  Head Coach Troy Sletten recruited heavily in Southwest Washington and has signed 13 players within a 15 mile radius of Clark College. 

The recruits include Brooke Koppi, a forward from Evergreen High School, who was a two-time First-Team All-League Greater Saint Helens League (GHSL) selection.  Sletten describes Koppi as “very speedy, technical and has the ability to score goals.” 

Sletten added, “Kylee Krouse, a sophomore transfer from Western Oregon University, will help to solidify the forward position. Kylee is a very forceful player and also has a great knack for scoring goals.”  On the defensive side of the field, said Sletten, three-time All-League GSHL selection Christina Lopas “will help strengthen the Penguin backfield.”

The 2007 Clark College recruits are:    

Athlete High School   Position
Katie Carothers Mountain View  Defensive center midfielder
Profile:  Katie Carothers was GHSL first team all-league in her junior season.  She is a solid defender with great organizing skills.
 
Cassie Del Prato  Heritage Forward midfield
Profile: Cassie Del Prato is a quick forward with great technical abilities.
 
Taylor Foyt Evergreen Wide midfielder
Profile: Taylor Fout has great speed and is very athletic.
 
Brandie Gaylor  Heritage Defender/midfielder
Profile: Brandie Gaylor is good technical player who can play a number of positions.
 
Michelle Hoggat  Woodland Defender

Profile: Michelle Hoggat was named to the Trico all-league second team. She is a strong marking back and a great ball winner. 

 
Amanda Johnson  Camas Midfielder/ Goalkeeper
Profile:  Amanda Johnson will be an asset to the program.  She can play on the field and is a first team all-league goalkeeper (GSHL).
 
Brooke Koppi  Evergreen Forward
Profile: Named twice to the first team all-league, Brooke Koppi is capable of making a huge impact in the NWAACC.  She is very speedy, technical and has the ability to score goals.
 
Kylee Krouse Hudson’s Bay Forward
Profile: Kylee Krouse is a transfer from Western Oregon University who will help to solidify the forward position. Krouse is a forceful
player and has a great knack for scoring goals.
 
Christina Lopas Fort Vancouver Defender
Profile: Christina Lopas was named three times to the first team all-league (GSHL).  She is one the best defenders in the area and has a keen understanding of the game.
 
Cecelia Newman  Ridgefield  Midfield
Profile: Cecelia Newman is a very versatile player with good technical abilities and a great understanding of the game. She is a good distributor of the ball.
 
Carrie Palmer  Evergreen Midfielder
Profile: Carrie Palmer is a strong midfielder with a good sense for the game.
 
Kristin Palmer Evergreen Goalkeeper
Profile: Kristin Palmer was twice named to the first team all-league
(GSHL).  She has great technical goalkeeping ability and makes
spectacular saves as well.
 
Kelsey Smith Battle Ground  Defender/midfielder
Profile: Named to the first team all-league (GSHL), Kelsey Smith is a great one-on-one defender with great speed and a great understanding of the game.
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