Monday, May 30, 2011
This summer Kaylee Phillips and Natalie Fiorelli (pictured above celebrating Kaylee's goal on Saturday) ventured across the boarder to Ontario, Canada to play for the London Gryphons of the USL W-League. Kaylee and Nat are living in a house with other hosted Gryphon players and will be participating against some of the best women's soccer players over the country for the next two months.
In the Gryphons home opener this past weekend they faced off against the Laval Comets and unfortunately ended up on the wrong side of a 2-1 decision. However, there was a bright spot for the Crusader duo as they were both on the field at the same time when Kaylee scored the lone goal for the Gryphons!
You can keep up with Kaylee and Natalie through our blog, the Capital website or the W-League website: http//:wleague.uslsoccer.com/
Monday, May 23, 2011
Maggie Sullivan is joining the Crusaders after lettering four years for Clermont Northeastern HS. She is a three times Ohio Scholar Athlete Award recipient and captain of her high school team. Maggie was named Offensive MVP for her team and selected 1st team SBACC her senior year.
Maggie also plays club soccer for Cincinnati Soccer Alliance.
Outside of soccer, Maggie lettered in basketball for three years, led her team as captain her senior year and was named defensive MVP. Maggie participates in Student Senate and as a class officer. She also serves as President for her church youth group and 4-H Club.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Briana Walcutt will be joining Capital University this year after a stand out career at Olentangy Liberty High School. A three year letter winner for Olentangy she helped lead them to OCC Division Championships in 2008 and 2009. Bri also led them to the OCC District Semi-finals in 2009. While at Olentangy Liberty Bri earned the 2007 Coaches award and the 2007,2008 & 2009 Favorite Player Award.
Outside of high school soccer Bri is on the Ohio South Olympic Development Program state pool and plays for the Crew Juniors Gold Soccer program. She has been a member of the Crew Juniors for the past three years and they are currently ranked #3 in Ohio South. They were finalist in the Midwest College Showcase and Semi-Finalist in the Crossroads Soccer Showcase.
Monday, May 2, 2011
Delaney Thompson is coming to Capital as a four year letter winner at Centerville High School. A three year varsity starter at Centerville she was named as the team captain for her senior year. The 2nd team All-GWOC honoree was the GWOC leadership representative from CHS and also led her team to a Ohio State High School Final Four.In addition to playing soccer at Centerville HS Delaney also plays for the Ohio Galaxies Soccer Program.
Outside of the athletic arena Delaney is an excellent student. She was awarded the CHS student athlete award as both a junior and senior and acted as the President of the Pre-Professional Work Experience program. Her involvement with that organization earned her the PPWE Business Scholarship. Delaney was also a Homecoming Court Attendance her Freshman, Junior and Senior years.