CSUF women’s soccer adds six recruits for fall 2017 – Orange County Register

Six recruits will join Cal State Fullerton’s women’s soccer team during the fall 2017 season.
Anna Conners, midfielder (Oaks Christian High School); Haley Brown, midfielder (Las Lomas High School); Samantha McKenna, midfielder (El Capitan High School); Isabel Salvadori, goalkeeper (Valencia High School); Callie Petrey-Juarez, midfielder/forward (Torrey Pines High School) and Callie Strouse, midfielder (El Dorado High School) will look to give the program a boost.

Cal State Fullerton finished the 2016 regular season with a 7-2-0 record at Titan Stadium and was  8-10-1 overall. The team advanced to the Big West Conference Tournament for the fifth consecutive season in 2016 before falling to UC Irvine on penalty kicks.

Demian Brown, Titan head coach, returns for his 11th season with the program. He owns a 92-85-26 record and has earned four Big West regular season championships and four Big West Tournament titles.

Brown has built Cal State Fullerton women's soccer into a Big West champion.
Coach Demian Brown has built Cal State Fullerton women’s soccer into a Big West champion.

Conners started as a midfielder for Oaks Christian as a freshman, helping her squad advance to the state finals. She also has club experience competing for Real So Cal and was a member of Cal South ODP from 2011-2014 and Region IV ODP in 2011, 2012 and 2014.

Brown was named MVP and a team captain her senior year at Las Lomas and competed in the East Bay All-Star game. She helped her team capture the CIF-North Coast Section championship by racking up 21 goals and five assists.

McKenna, also a track athlete, has been a four-year varsity member at El Capitan. Her junior year, she recorded 14 goals and 13 assists to take home MVP honors.

Petrey-Juarez finished second on the Torrey Pines High School team with 26 points last year after posting eight goals and 10 assists over 19 matches. She was a first team All-Palomar League and All-CIF second team member.

Salvadori played four years of varsity for Valencia, defending the goal as a team captain as a senior and…

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