Soccer - Varsity
Holy Cross Soccer Heads Off the Competition!
|1||Melanie McNamara (captain)||2019|
|2||Carleigh Meyer (captain)||2019|
|11||Cecilia Rogers (captain)||2019|
|8||Samantha Slark (captain)||2019|
Pedro Paz has spent the last two years as the Head JV Soccer Coach at Holy Cross where he amassed several winning seasons in the WCAC. Previously, he spent three years establishing the Kenmoor Middle School boys’ team as a force in their 32 team league from last to a semifinal appearance. During that stint, he also spent two seasons as a coach at Dematha Catholic High School with the academy teams and the WCAC teams. Paz holds the United States Soccer Federation D Soccer License and degrees from Auburn University and the University of Maryland.
Born in Brazil, soccer has always has been a major part of his life. Time has brought him even closer to the sport as he has dedicated a great deal of time to studying and coaching the game.
Assistant CoachChristine is entering her first year on the coaching staff at Holy Cross. She graduated from Salisbury University in 2016 where she played soccer for 4 years, and she is an AHC graduate, class of 2012. Christine is excited to come back home to Holy Cross where some of her soccer routes started!
Congratulations to Bria Fuller '19 who scored her 1,000th point during the Tartan Varsity Basketball team's game against Elizabeth Seton on Tuesday, January 8. Bria scored 24 points during the game which the Tartans won 62-59. During the 2017-2018 season Bria was awarded the team's Most Valuable Player and was named All-WCAC Third Team.
Family, friends, teammates, President Katy Prebble, Athletic Director Dena Rapoport, and Coach Gray celebrated the accomplishment with Bria.