Campus Life

Women's Soccer

 

Introduction

The Green River women's soccer program started competing in the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC) in 1994. The Gators practice and play their home contests on field turf at the gorgeous Wilson Playfields in Kent, WA. Partnering with Kent Parks has put Green River soccer on one of the best playing surfaces in the South Puget Sound region. The goal of the Gator women's soccer program is to attract and promote quality people who desire to improve in soccer and are determined to succeed in the classroom

In 2012 the Gator Soccer team made school history winning 12 games including the school's first NWAACC women's soccer playoff victory a 2-0 margin over Yakima Valley.

Soccer Ball

For additional information about our soccer program, contact head coach, Stuart Snow.

Meet the Team

2014 Roster

#NamePosYRHTHometown / High School
0 Molly Lambert GK SO 5'10 Enumclaw / Del Norte
22 Anna Marie Merrell Mid SO 5'7 Kent / Kentlake
20 Allison Quy Def SO 5'5 Tukwila / Kennedy
3 Carly Cooper Fwd SO 5'3 Honolulu, HI / Maryknoll
6 Monica Whitfield Mid SO 4'11 Enumclaw / Enumclaw
7 Alyssa Eng Def SO 5'4 Honolulu, HI / Kaizer
8 Danielle Gibbs Fwd SO 5'2 Covington / Kentlake
Abi Shaver FR Auburn / Auburn
Anastasia Behr FR Puyallup / Rogers
Wendy Vollmer FR Maple Valley / Tahoma
Brandy Sinclair FR Auburn / Riverside
Devin Cannon FR Auburn / Mountainview
Kennedy Schumacher FR Puyallup /Puyallup
Alexus Yantzer FR Maple Valley / Tahoma
Danielle Gunter FR Maple Valley / Tahoma
Jennifer Sanchez-Lara FR Renton / Lindbergh
Kim Ramirez FR Brewster / Brewster
 

Meet the Coaches

Head Coach, Stuart Snow

Head Coach, Stuart Snow

Spring of 2009, Coach Stuart Snow took over the reigns of the Green River women's soccer program.  2012 Coach Snow led the Gators to the best season in school history.  Finishing with twelve victories, the team advanced to the NWAACC quarterfinals for the first time ever.  

Having served the soccer community for over twenty years in Washington State Premier, Olympic Development and Washington State Youth Soccer Associations, Coach Snow has a wealth of experience to aid in the continued emergence of Gator soccer.

A national "C" licensed coach, Snow was a Washington State ODP scout, and led a team to the 2001 Girls Under 19 State Championship.  He is familiar with the Green River educational process as he has sent two children to Green River CC in the past and currently resides in Auburn.

Stu Snow College Coaching Record
Year Team Record Finish
2013 Green River 5-13-2 6th in North
2012 Green River 4-13-2 6th in North
2011 Green River 12-5-4 2nd in North, NWAACC quarterfinals
2010 Green River 5-10-2 4th in West
2009 Green River  3-10-1 4th in West
Career 29-51-11

Schedule

2014 Season

DateOpponentLocationResultTime / RecordGoals (season)
Tue Aug 26 Yakima Valley Starfire Sports
Tukwila, WA
  6:30 pm
Wed Aug 27 Rouge Valley Starfire Sports
Tukwila, WA
  4:30 pm
Sat Aug 30 at Highline Des Moines, WA   Noon
Tue Sept 2 Peninsula Wilson Playfield   2:00 pm
Fri Sept 5 Bellevue Wilson Playfield   2:00 pm
Tue Sept 9 at Grays Harbor  AHS / Stewart Field
Aberdeen, WA
Noon
Sat Sept 13 at Tacoma Tacoma, WA Noon
Wed Sept 17 Lower Columbia Wilson Playfield Noon
Fri Sept 19 Olympic Wilson Playfield   2:00 pm
Sat Sept 27 at Shoreline Twin Ponds
Shoreline, WA
5:30 pm  
Wed Oct 1 Skagit Valley Wilson Playfield 2:00 pm
Sat Oct 4 Edmonds Wilson Playfield 7:00 pm
Wed Oct 8 Everett Wilson Playfield 2:00 pm
Sat Oct 11 at Whatcom Bellingham Noon
Wed Oct 15 Shoreline Wilson Playfield 2:00 pm
Sat Oct 18 at Skagit Valley Mount Vernon 2:00 pm
Wed Oct 22 at Edmonds Edmonds 5:00 pm
Sat Oct 25 at Everett Everett Noon
Wed Oct 29 Whatcom Wilson Playfield 2:00 pm
Wed Nov 5 NWAACC Playoffs TBA
Sat Nov 8 NWAACC Quarterfinals Highest Seed Host
Nov 15-16 NWAACC Final Four Starfire Sports
Tukwila, WA
Note: Bold text indicates home game.
*Games are played at Wilson Playfields (WP)

History

Year by Year Record

YearRecordFinishCoach
2013 5-13-2 6th North Stu Snow
2012 4-13-2 6th North Stu Snow
2011 12-5-4 2nd North - Quarterfinals Stu Snow
2010 5-10-2 4th North Stu Snow
2009 3-10-1 4th West Stu Snow
2008 4-13-3 5th West Heidi Monuteaux
2007 5-13-1 2nd North - Playoffs Heidi Monuteaux
2006 5-13-1 2nd North - Playoffs Karl Schulz
2005 6-4-7 3rd West - Playoffs Lisa Murray
2004 3-13-2 9th Southwest Lisa Murray
2003 9-8-3 4th Southwest - Playoffs Lisa Murray
2002 1-13-2 8th Southwest Lisa Murray
2001 4-9-1 6th Southwest Lisa Murray
2000 4-8-2 6th Southwest Justin Pozega
1999 5-7-1 5th Southwest Justin Pozega
1998 5-8-3 6th East Bryan Yorke
1997 6-9-1 5th Northeast Bryan Yorke
1996 2-16-2 10th NWAACC Katia Parks
1995 2-10-2 8th NWAACC John Yorke
1994 2-10-0 5th NWAACC John Yorke

NWAACC All-Star Game

2012 - Cheyenne Gautney (MF), Rayssa Lira (MF), Cassy Duschel (GK) and
2012 - Hailey Cannon (DF), Grace Thompson (DF)
2011 - Cheyenne Gautney (MF), Jensyn Chaney (GK)
2005 - Avian Wendel (DF), Tara Hansen (F)
2003 - Danielle Yellman (DF), Sally Kellman (FW), Jessica Allen
2001 - Sara Argyle (MF), Sarah Rerecich (MF), Katie Lovato (F)
2000 - Karen Neorr (MF), Kelly Hendrickson (MF), Katie Lovato (MF)
1999 - Lindsye Hupp (F), Stacy Abberger (D)
1998 - Lindsye Hupp (F), Wendy Wells (MF), Nicky Kenney (MF)

All-NWAACC

2012 - Cheyenne Gautney (North MVP)
2000 - Karen Neorr (SW MVP)

NWAACC All-Academic Team

2013 - Jordan Burton and Jamie Byarlay
2012 - Justine Gambill
2011 - Leslie Cannon, Hailey Cannon, Lynze Utz
2009 - Eric Kobe
2008 - Arlana Byers
1999 - Angela Hanni

All-Region Selections

2012 (North) - Justine Gambill, Jessi Crabill, Trisha White
2011 (North) - Hailey Cannon, Maddy Johnston
2010 (North) - Cheyenne Gautney, Rayessa Lira
2009 (West) - Carli McCrabb, BriAnn White, Erica Kobe
2008 (West) - Carli McCrabb, BriAnn White, Erica Kobe
2007 (North) - Jaime Lee Slaten, Azure Bartron, Arlana Byers 

Team Single Season Records

Most Wins  

12 2011
Most Goals Scored 48 2011
Fewest Goals Against   15  2005
Most Shutouts   12 2011

Single Season Scoring Leaders

1.  

Lindsye Hupp (98)   14
2. Tara Hansen (05) 12
T3. Lindsye Hupp (99)   10
T3 Carli McCrabb (09) 10
T5. Kelly Hendrickson (99)   9
T5 *Leah Martin (94)   9
T5 Katie Lovato (01) 9
T5 Sara Argyle (01) 9
T9. Sarah Rerecich (01) 8
T9 Sally Kellman (03) 8
 * Led the NWAACC

Career Scoring Leaders

1. Lindsye Hupp (98-99) 24
2. Carli McCrabb (08-09) 17
T3. Tara Hansen (2005) 12
T3 Katie Lovato (00-01) 12
T3 Kelly Hendrickson (99-00) 12
6. Cheyenne Gautney (11-12) 11
7. Sara Rerecich (00-01) 10