At Trent, significant investments have been made in the varsity soccer program to ensure that the University continues to attract exceptional student athletes from around the world. With the Trent soccer program, our athletes stay in competitive shape all year round, with both men's and women's varsity teams competing in the outdoor Ontario University Athletics (OUA) and training and competing indoors during the winter months. Trent's varsity soccer players also benefit from strong academic support and encouragement, ensuring that all athletes maintain the healthy balance between athletics and academics.
Adriana Risa Commits to Trent Women’s Soccer
Trent University Women’s Varsity Soccer Program is pleased to announce that Adriana Risa of the Brams United 96 OYSL team has committed to joining the Trent University soccer program in the Fall of 2014.
Risa is an honours student attending St. Michael Secondary School and will enrol in the Honours Philosophy degree program at Trent University. A multi-sport athlete she was named female athlete of the Year in 2012 and MVP for soccer, curling, and MIP for basketball. As a member of St. Michael’s basketball team she won ROPSSAA in 2011, 2012 and 2013, and has played rep basketball for the Caledon Cougars. Adriana began playing rep soccer with the Woodbridge Soccer Club at U12 and has played with Burlington U13 before moving to Brams United at U14. With Brams she won an Ontario Cup in 2010 and was part of the team who were semi-finalists in 2011 and 2012.
Adri noted that “The first time I visited Trent was during a showcase tournament and I instantaneously fell in love with the school. I loved the environment and how I felt at home. From that moment, I knew Trent was where I wanted to play my Varsity soccer"
Brams coach Frank Artuso noted that Adri “Has a real burning passion for the game. Her love for soccer shows in her training and game play. She is a player who is self-motivated and very determined to overcome any personal obstacles. Adri always puts the team first and before her own personal wants or gains. She will be a great recruit for the Trent soccer program.”
Excalibur Coach Joe Muldoon noted that he had followed Adri and the Brams 1996 team since they participated in the 2012 Trent University Showcase. “Adri is an attacking midfielder who has an excellent touch on the ball, good vision and a great personality, she will be an excellent addition to the Excalibur team”.
For additional information contact: Joe Muldoon, Head Coach, Women’s Varsity Soccer, email@example.com
If you are interested in playing on the Trent Varsity Soccer Team for the upcoming 2013/2014 season, please contact one of our coaches, listed to the right.
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2014 Trent Women's Soccer Showcase Announced
Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013
Trent University would like to take this opportunity to
invite you to the 2014 Trent University Girls Showcase Tournament being held at
Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario.
This tournament is one of the earliest outdoor soccer showcase
tournaments, and is hosted by the East Central Ontario Soccer Association
(ECOSA). Trent will be holding a
competition for girls born in 1996 1997 and 1998 on the weekend of May 3rd
and 4th, 2014. The
tournament will be held at the Trent University stadium. The Showcase tournament will consist of three
round robin games. Teams will play
eleven (11) a side (including keeper) in two (2) 30-minute halves. Factors that
will be considered for team acceptance will be as
2013 League Standing
2013 Provincial and/or National
2013 Tournament Success.
This tournament is designed to provide an opportunity for
elite athletes born in 1996, 1997 and 1998 to display their talents in a highly
competitive environment. The Showcase
Tournament is directed at players who wish to further their soccer careers and
education at an accredited Canadian institution. Coaches from various Canadian Universities and Colleges will be invited
For an application form and or tournament rules, please contact Trent Women's Soccer Head Coach, Joe Muldoon.
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