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2014 Golden Ram's Women's Soccer Team
Region XIII Champions
The Anoka-Ramsey Community College Golden Rams Women’s Soccer program was established in 2008. The team is nationally recognized, earning a spot in the national championships and placing players in NCAA Division I, II and III programs and NAIA schools each year.
Season: August to November
Tryouts: Early August
Training: Six hours of workouts and conditioning through September; plus weight room strength development and classroom film sessions
Practices: Six days a week, two hours a day
Facilities: Game field and two practice fields at Coon Rapids Campus; 5000 square foot fitness center for strength and fitness development
Awards: Two Region XIII Runners Up; Four All-Region Awards
Message from the Coach: We are committed to the talented student-athletes who are competitive on the field and in the classroom. The majority of our players transfer to four-year schools to continue their college careers after they have competed for Anoka-Ramsey for two years.
Anoka-Ramsey Community College Freshman Women's Soccer
Player Named 1st Team All-American
Natalie Engel (Maple Grove High School), a freshman defender, was just
named a 1st Team All-American by the NJCAA for Division III Women's
Soccer. Natalie had a stellar season in helping lead the Golden Rams to a 14-3-1
record, a @2 national ranking, Region XIII Champions and District Runner-ups.
Natalie is the 3rd women's soccer player in the three seasons to garner All-America
Golden Rams Soccer Players Garner All-American Honors
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