Former national Under-17 women’s football captain Lauren Schmidt was among an impressive class of freshmen that joined Stanford University earlier this month which improved their chances of capturing a title in the coming season.
Trinidad and Tobago Under-17 women football team defender Camille Borneo is recovering from an anterior cruciate ligament (acl) which she suffered during a tour of Brazil with the national squad last August.
IT IS always a parent’s dream that their child, or even children, can aspire to great heights, in whatever field they partake in, and some parents may even take greater delight if their child/children follow in their footsteps.
TRINIDAD and Tobago Under-17 football goalkeeper Linfah Jones is in the reckoning for the top female award when the First Citizens Sports Foundation stages their 2010 Youth Awards tomorrow at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain.
PICKERING -- For all of her accomplishments, it's hard to believe Diarra Simmons is just 15 years old.
St. Francis-Mountain View senior defender Lauren Schmidt will play soccer for Stanford next year as a recruited walk-on.
Needless to say that the recently concluded FIFA Under 17 Women’s World Cup was unlike any other local or regional eyes have seen before. The young women who came from far and wide to vie for the coveted trophy gave the world a show that we will not soon forget and not the least, our own history making young women, endearingly dubbed, the Soca Princesses.
Camille Borneo, captain of the National U-17 women’s football team, has undergone surgery to correct an injury to her anterior cruciate ligament.
The Sportt Company of T&T played a major role in the successful staging of the Fifa Under-17 Women’s World Cup in T&T.