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Lady Bulldogs ink another Edmonton area player
Feb 28, 2013 3:45 pm
Cumberland women’s soccer coach Gavin McKinney announced the signing of Edmonton, Alberta, native Dayle Weslosky to scholarship papers for the 2013 season.
Weslosky is the third signee for next season for the club.
Weslosky played three seasons at Archbishop O’Leary High School in Edmonton for coach Ross Ongaro, the father of former CU player Katie Ongaro. Current Bulldogs Reneé LaRose and Lindsay Kitson also played at Archbishop O’Leary. She earned a pair of Academic honors as a sophomore and junior.
The 5-foot-6 attacking player also ran track in high school, winning city championships in the triple jump and long jump as a sophomore and as a member of the 4x100-meter relay team that placed second.
She is the daughter of Wally and Carla Weslosky and her sister, Perri, plays soccer at Arkansas-Pine Bluff. She is the third signee for the Bulldogs for next season, joining Kiley Sanson and Olivia Chu.
CU adds two men's soccer signees
Cumberland men’s soccer coach Jeff Loucks announced the signing of Sam Sheen and Chris Reynolds to scholarship papers for the 2013 season, the second and third signees for the club for next season.
Sheen hails from Liverpool, England, playing for coach Daniel Allen at Rainford High Technology Course. He represented county school in soccer and spent three years at a professional English League Academy from ages 12-15. He also had trials at other league clubs.
Sheen also played squash, tennis and badminton at Rainford. He was ranked No. 25 nationally in squash at U15 and U17, representing county and region squads. He also holds Level I coaching badges in soccer, squash and tennis and is the son of Michael and Denise Sheen.
Reynolds has lettered three years for coach Richie Chadwick at Tullahoma High School, recording one goal and one assist as a sophomore and five goals and two assists as a junior. The Wildcats finished the 2012 season 9-2-5 overall, losing to Siegel in the Region 4-AAA semifinals. He is the son of Greg Reynolds and Christy Brunner.
Sheen and Reynolds join Tom Reilly in this year’s recruiting class.