Claremore Daily Progress


February 11, 2013

Tulsa women's soccer inks 8 to 2013 squad


TULSA — "Katelyn is an all-around athlete," Cussen said. "She is strong up front, good on the ball and can score goals, and I am looking forward to watching her potential grow in her time at Tulsa."

Sohmer, a 5-3 forward from Houston, Texas, is a three-year letterwinner at St. Agnes Academy. She has helped her team post 50 wins, finish as the TAPPS 5A State Runner-Up as a junior, as the District Champions as a freshman, and as the Bi-District Champions as a sophomore. Sohmer has netted 15 goals and 19 assists for 49 points, was a two-time all-district performer and earned all-state accolades once. She also played club soccer for Space City Futbol Club, which won the 2012 South Texas State Cup Championship and Premier League West Championship.

"Annette is an attacking player," Cussen said. "She is good on the ball, is good one-vs-one, likes to run at people and has a lot of potential."

A 5-9 midfielder from Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, Viergutz played club soccer for the Calgary Blizzard Soccer Club. She also played for the Canadian Soccer Association National Training Center from 2009-12 and the Alberta Soccer Association Provincial Select Team as a member of the U17, U16 and U15 teams. Viergutz was a silver medalist in the 2012 ASA U18 Tier 1.

"Olivia has a lot of international and club experience as part of the Canadian National Training Center," Cussen said. "She is really good on the ball and good in possession."


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