Wodnick scores the golden goal to lead Gophers to semifinals
The Gophers will battle Illinois live on the Big Ten Network
The Gophers sweep the weekend with wins over Purdue and Indiana
Freshman Rachel McCloskey broke Auburn's 300 minute shut out streak with a goal in the 33rd minute
Stiever and Kolander score goals in the Gophers 3-2 loss
2014 SEASON: 15gp, 4g, 2a, 10pts, 26sh, 11sog
Has appeared in fifteen of the Gophers' twenty-one games as a freshman One of three Gophers to score two goals during the Gophers 10-0
victory over Stetson and tallied one assist (8/22) Recorded two shots on goal during the Gophers 4-1 loss to Florida State (8/24) Scored the game-winning goal during the Gophers 1-0 victory over Marquette (8/29) Helped lift the Gophers over SDSU by scoring the first goal of the 2-0 victory (8/31) Tallied one assist during the Michigan match (9/12).
The only Wisconsin native to join the Gophers this upcoming season, Sydney Squires makes her way to Minneapolis from Hudson High School. Squires played at St. Croix Academy where she helped her team earn a Minnesota State Cup Championship in 2013 as well as a MRL championship in 2012 and a Disney Showcase Championship in 2013. Not only did Squires have a successful club soccer career, she was also a gifted hockey and tennis student-athlete at Hudson. She was a four-time letterwinner and a four-time All-Conference and All-State honorable mention. She also earned three letters in tennis where she was named to the All-Conference team and made it to the state tournament her junior and senior years. She plans to major in business or marketing at the University of Minnesota.
"Sydney Squires is the goalscorer of the group," said Coach Golan. "She is athletic and fit with a tremendous work rate and has a knack for scoring goals. She can score in the run of play, off service, with her head, and works extremely hard to be consistently dangerous. On top of that, she has the fitness base and work rate to do what we need on the defensive side of the ball, and we are excited to help her grow as a player over her 4 years as a Gopher."