Women's Soccer

The girls from Douglas College had a stellar season in CCAA women’s soccer. They will host the national tournament next year. (Twitter/@RoyalsAthletics)

Royals gain valuable experience ahead of 2018 nationals

They finished fifth of eight teams after grueling schedule, will host 2018 CCAA soccer nationals

 

U Sports Photo/Twitter: @justsportsca                                UBC Thunderbirds forward Jasmin Dhanda (left) is the nation’s best U Sports women’s soccer player, after she won the award last week.

Surrey’s Jasmin Dhanda is U Sports women’s soccer ‘Player of the Year’

Dhanda set a U Sports record with 65 points in five seasons with the UBC Thunderbirds

 

Mikayla Hamilton had a fantastic week, winning PACWEST’s women’s soccer player of the year while also helping her team win provincials all in the same week. (Submitted photo/Douglas College Athletics)

Surrey’s star forward Mikayla Hamilton leading the way for Douglas College

Hamilton was named PACWEST women soccer’s player of the year

 

The Surrey United U-15 Girls were welcomed by a blanket of snow in Calgary, but their first game did get underway Wednesday. (Twitter, @SU2002BCSPL)

Two Surrey United women’s soccer teams fight for national supremacy

The women’s team plays in Surrey while the U-15 girls compete in Calgary from Oct. 4th to 9th

The Surrey United U-15 Girls were welcomed by a blanket of snow in Calgary, but their first game did get underway Wednesday. (Twitter, @SU2002BCSPL)