Women's Soccer

Cowgirl Soccer Inks Pair

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May 13, 2002

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

Wyoming head soccer coach Anne Moore announced the signing of two student-athletes today. Mercy Adetoye and Kathryn Mak will join the Cowgirl squad in the fall.

Mercy Adetoye, 5'7", forward, Englewood, Colo. (Littleton H.S.)

A 2001 All-Conference selection, Adetoye was a four-year letterwinner in soccer at Littleton High School. She was also named Most Valuable Player of her team in 2001, in addition to being honored Athlete of the Month for March 2002. Adetoye scored the most goals in her conference during her senior season, as well. She has also been on the honor roll all four years of high school. Other schools that recruited Adetoye include Wheaton College and several others. While attending UW, Adetoye plans to major in biology and hopes to be a medical doctor one day.

Kathryn Mak, 5'5", midfielder, Portland, Ore. (Valley Catholic H.S.)

A four-year First-Team All-League soccer player in the Tri-Valley Conference, Mak was also named Most Valuable Player All-League her sophomore, junior and senior years. She was also First-Team All-State from 1999-2001. Mak has been a four-year letterwinner in soccer throughout high school and was the student body secretary her senior year. She was also in the Spanish National Honor Society from 1999-2002, in addition to being named the Chemistry Student of the Year in 2001. Other schools that recruited Mak include Seattle University, Wheaton College and the University of Pittsburgh. She is undecided on a major at this time.

 

 

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