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Gabriela and Daniela Colina will join the 2013 squad.
Women's Soccer - Mon, Dec. 3, 2012 - by Patricia Constantin

SAN ANTONIO (November 2012) -- The Our Lady of the Lake University women's soccer team has announced the signing of three from the Houston area. Gabriela Colina, Daniela Colina and Hailey Tiernay will join the squad in 2013.
 

Gabriela and Daniela Colina are defenders on the ECNL team from Albion Hurricanes in Houston. Both are in the top 10 of their class academically. Head Coach Shane Hurley said, "They are both quality competitors on the soccer field. We wish them a warm welcome to the OLLU family." Gabriela plans to major in pre-dental, while Daniela will major in pre-med.

Tiernay is a graduate of Cinco Ranch High School in Katy, Texas. She plays on the Challenge Soccer Club out of Houston. Coach Hurley said, "She is a forward and has an aggresive attitude toward the game. She is also a strong student. We welcome her to the OLLU family." Tiernay plans to major in criminal justice and minor in biology.




 

 
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