Women's Soccer

8  Candace Sciberras
Candace  Sciberras


New South Wales, Australia

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Kevin's Commentary: Australian Cowgirls

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Wyoming has not lost at home since 2013


UW Soccer Ties Denver in Hawai'i

Cowgirls return home of Friday


Cowgirls Tie ‘Bows After Two Overtimes

Ashouri and Ramer score first goals of the season

Sophomore (2015): Sciberras proved to be dangerous in the attack for the Cowgirls before suffering a season ending injury...played in five games with fiver starts...notched nine shots, five of which were on goal...also tallied an assist giving her a point on the season during the season.

RS Freshman (2014): Played in 19 games with nine starts...recorded ten points... scoring four goals and assisting on two others...tallied one goal each against Weber State, San Diego State, Colorado State and New Mexico...her New Mexico goal was the equalizer during the Mountain West Championship to push it into overtime...assisted on two other goals with one each against Air Force and Colorado State for victories...tallied 1,347 minutes...earned her first Cowgirl letter with the Cowgirls.

Freshman (2013): Redshirted.

High School: As a midfielder, Sciberras joined the program after playing for the Marconi Stallions club team (Australia) since 2009...competed for the New South Wales state team at the U-13 and U-15 levels and was on the U-17 Australian National Team that competed at the Asian Cup...also played in the Australian W-League for the Western Sydney Wanderers in 2012.

Personal: Born January 22 in New South Wales, Australia...is the daughter of Paul and Silvana...majoring in human nutrition.

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