LARAMIE, Wyo. -
Cowgirl soccer head coach Pete Cuadrado and staff will welcome Brittney Stark to the Wyoming roster. Stark earned 2013 High School All-American honors and will be eligible to compete for UW in the 2016 season.
Stark, a Broomfield, Colo. native, joins the Cowgirls after her sophomore season at the University of Colorado in 2015 and will have two years of eligibility remaining. She played as a forward in 39 games and made five starts for CU during her time in Boulder. Stark helped the Buffaloes to 19 total wins as she recorded six goals in addition to earning 2014 Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention accolades. She looks to pursue a career in nursing while at the University of Wyoming.
Stark graduated from Broomfield High School where she played four years for the Eagles. As a freshman, Stark scored 13 goals and contributed six assists while being named first-team All-Boulder County and second-team All-State. During her junior campaign, she earned first-team All-State honors and was an NSCAA All-West Region selection, scoring 10 goals and adding four assists. Stark played club soccer for the Colorado Rush, where she led her team to a Youth World Championship title at the 2010 Gothia Cup and was named the MVP of the championship match.
Brittney is the daughter of Roy and Denise Stark. Roy is a firefighter while Denise is a receptionist. Brittney has a younger sister, Michaela, who also plays soccer.