The Charles Spencer High School Mavericks 2017-18 team captain, Kelsey, will add depth at point guard for us this fall. Her poise and maturity to see the floor and find teammates, even when pressured will be a big asset for us according to head coach Mandy Botham. Kelsey, who is enrolled in the Bachelor of Education program, chose GPRCbecause of the academic offerings, and wanted to stay close to home. She also looks forward to playing at the college level and developing her skills as an athlete.
Mariah, who captained Team Alberta at the 2017 North American Indigenous games in Toronto is a skillful and strong player. According to Head Coach Chris Morgan, Mariah has a booming shot and he is delighted she has chosen to continue her soccer career with the Wolves. She chose GPRC because of the soccer program and its coaching staff, and looks forward to meeting new people, learning new skills and reuniting with old friends and teammates.
Hailing from Surrey, BC, Danja wanted to play soccer through post-secondary, and playing with the Wolves is a great opportunity to compete at a higher level.
The four-time MVP for North Surrey Secondary School, and Guildford Athletic Club back-to-back District Champion, Danja has a great skill set and a good attitude to the game, according to Head Coach Chris Morgan.
He believes that her new surroundings will allow her to flourish as a player.
Dominica who has grown with the Wolves club program is excited to develop her skills and gain experience at a higher level. Because of her close relationship with the program, she chose to continue her basketball career with the Wolves because it already felt like home. As a 2017 GPRC Wolves All-Star and St. Joes Ceinah’s MVP, Dominica will add to the program with her strength, grit and competitive fire according to Head Coach Mandy Botham, adding that Dominica plays much bigger than she is and will be an asset to the team in the upcoming season.
Head Coach Chris Morgan is delighted that Noah has chosen GPRC, and looks forward to coaching him again, saying that he has great energy and tremendous work ethic.
Hailing from Fort St. John, B.C., Noah has had back-to-back victories at Zones with North Peace Secondary School and chose GPRC because of his past coaching relationship and experience with Morgan. Noah is eager to play for Morgan again, and looks forward to developing his soccer skills.