Saldivar scores her first career goal in the 110-minute tie
Wildcats post five goals in Leopard defeat
Leopards look to continue recent successes this fall
Leopards feature eight returning starters, six of whom are seniors, this fall
Two Mass. newcomers, one each from N.J. and Conn. highlight women's soccer class
At East Catholic: Four year varsity starter and Senior captain…All Central CT Conference team (’12, ’13, ’14, ’15)... Central CT Conference All-Academic team (’12, ’13, ’14, ’15)…Connecticut CIAC All-State Team (’14,’15)…The Hartford Courant All Courant Team (’14, ’15)…The Journal Inquirer All Area Academic team (’12)…Sports Depot Athlete of the month (’15)…Member of The East Catholic Eagles first State Championship team (’14)…two year selection to ODP Region 1 team (’11, ’12)…4 year player on the Connecticut Football Club's ECNL United team….3 year player on CFC’s Academy Team…member of Varsity indoor track...member of state qualified indoor track 4x200 and sprint medley relay teams (’15)…Academic First Honors or Honors with Distinction all four years….Spanish II award…Sage College Book award…member of the East Catholic senior executive board…four year MARC volunteer...selected as a member of the National Honor Society in 2016.
Why Lafayette?: I chose Lafayette because it embodies a perfect balance of athletics and academics. By choosing this school, I knew I would be guaranteed 4 years of a great education and a highly competitive collegiate soccer experience. Lafayette will provide me with the foundation to be successful in the future and a better all-around person. Additionally, the small school environment will provide a competitive yet comfortable atmosphere to thrive in.