The Cowgirls Spring Season Closed With The Alumni Game and Awards Banquet
11 Cowgirl Volleyball Members Honored
Cuadrado joins the Cowgirls from North Dakota State.
Sanchez Posted A 37-34-11 Career Record At UW
Senior Masumiya and redshirt freshman Paul earn third team honors.
Photos from the 2010 Wyoming Cowgirl Soccer Season
2010: Masumiya started and played in 18 of 20 games for the Cowgirls last season. She was a key member of the Cowgirl defense that allowed 1.50 goals per game. She took 11 shots on the season and scored one goal against Creighton. She earned her third UW letter award in three seasons.
2009: Masumiya continued to play a key role in the Cowgirl defense as a sophomore. She started in all 18 games she participated in. Masumiya helped lead the Cowgirls to a goal against average of 0.99 surpassing last year's 1.12 as the best in school history. She earned her second straight letter award.
2008: In her first year as a Cowgirl, Masumiya was a key role in the Cowgirl backfield. She started in 14 games and played in all 19 games. She helped the Cowgirls greatly in seven shutout wins and took five shots. Masumiya earned MWC Academic All-Conference and earned her first letter award.
High School: Masumiya was named to the Varsity Harry J. Moore first team her sophomore and junior seasons as well as being named the offensive player of the year her sophomore year. She helped lead her team to two straight second place finishes in the Harry J. Moore League. Masumiya played for the Cerritos Regional Soccer Club Infinity from 2003-2008. She has played in the upper age bracket all five years and was named the premier player her last two years. She was named the team captain from 2006-2007 and helped lead the team to three straight Coast Soccer League Championships from 2003-2005.
Personal: She was born on June 20, 1990 in Los Angelos Calif. She is the daughter of Valerie and Curtis Masumiya and has one younger brother named Joseph. She is majoring in elementary education.