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    2019 UGHS Varsity Girls Soccer Player Bio's


     

    #00 Mikailah Kosterman (Goalkeeper) 

    School: Mikailah was one of 3 freshman to make the 2018 varsity Bronco squad, backing up sophomore Mia Guyton in the varsity nets while starting for the JV squad.  Mikailah recorded 6 shutouts for the JV Bronco last season while also scoring 8 goals playing some occasional forward. Mikailah has size and an excellent reach, and as a sophomore may see several halves of soccer for the Bronco's varsity team this spring.

    Club: Mikailah plays club with AFC Union.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.


     

    #0 Hailey Hoffman (Goalkeeper) 

    School: TBD.

    Club: n/a.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


     

    #1 Mia Guyton (Goalkeeper)

    School: Mia was one of seven freshman to make the Bronco's varsity squad in 2017 and her career could not have started better. Mia recorded 16 shutouts while earning 2nd Team All-Conference and honorable mention All-Racine County. Mia followed that up with an equally impressive sophomore campaign that saw her add 14 more shutouts including a 1-0 win in the conference title match versus Burlington and a 2-0 win in the WIAA regional final at Greendale last spring. Coming into her junior year, Mia already owns the career shutout record in UG soccer history (30).  Mia is impressively athletic, and as talented on the field as she is in the goal, able to cover all corners of her net while using her technical skills to help in possession. Mia was the first freshman goalkeeper to start a UGHS varsity girls soccer match in 2017 (she started all 21 matches), started all 19 matches in 2018, and will again be the Bronco's #1 keeper in 2019.

    Club: Mia plays club with AFC Union and coach Kevin Lawrence.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


     

    #2 Isela Gonzalez (Def) 

    School: Izzy earns her fourth letter in 2019 as a Bronco defender, recently transitioning in the UG midfield at times as well. Izzy has been an integral part to a very stingy Bronco defense over the past three seasons, often playing left back and shutting down attackers. Izzy has 21 varsity starts in her career, and despite being the shortest UGHS player she rarely comes up short when she is tackling and defending. Look for Izzy in the UGHS back line or on the UG wings all season!

    Club: Izzy formerly played club with AFC Union.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


     #3 Paige Cotton (Mid)

    School: TBD.

    Club: n/a.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     

     


     

    #6 Daphne Sieg (Def)

    School: Daphne enters her senior year as a 4-year varsity starter, earning honorable mention All-Racine County & All-Conference in 2018 as a centerback. Daph started all 23 games in the Bronco midfield as a freshman in 2016 scoring 3 goals and recording 3 assists. In her sophomore campaign Daphne made 21 more starts and took on a leadership role as the youngest team captain in UGHS history, stepping into a centerback role while helping the Bronco defense to 16 shutouts, a feat she duplicated as a junior in 2018 again captaining the team and helping UG to 14 more clean sheets and Conference/WIAA Regional titles.  Daphne will man the UG back line for one final spring looking to have another great season for the Broncos in 2019.

    Club: Daphne plays club with AFC Union and coach Michelle George.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


     

    #7 Carlista Panyk (Mid/Def) 

    School: After an impressive freshman campaign in 2016 where she started all 23 matches that earned her Honorable Mention nods in both the Southern Lakes Conference and in Racine County, Carlista (twin sister to Alexa) took over the reigns as the key figure in the Bronco back line in her sophomore season (2017) and shined in her new roll. Car would start all 21 matches on a defense that recorded 16 shutouts, earning her 1st Team All-Conference & 1st Team All-Racine County.  Her junior year (2018) would eclipse both years prior, again earning 1st Team All-Conference & 1st Team All-Racine County in helping to propel UG to SLC and WIAA Regional titles.  Carlista has a solid first touch, excellent instincts, impressive athleticism, and a fierceness that cannot be matched. Look for Car at centerback and a few trips to the centermidfield in her senior season.

    Club: Carlista formerly played club with AFC Union.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


     

    #8 TBA (Forward) 

    School: TBA.

    Club: TBA.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


     

    #9 Kendra Hoffman (Mid/Forward)

    School: Kendra, younger sister to Bronco boys' varsity midfielder Keith Hoffman, earned her first varsity spot as one of seven talented freshman in 2017, and what a freshman season it was.  Kendra scored 9 goals and recorded 10 assists in an impressive first season as a UGHS midfielder, while taking several set-pieces and scoring directly from a corner kick at Waukesha North. Kendra would return as a sophomore in 2018 with an equally impressive year, the 2nd-leading scorer for UG with 15 goals and 8 assists en route to an honorable mention All-County award as a midfielder. Kendra has impressive power with both feet, equalled by her athleticism and speed. Look for Kendra along the left side of the UG midfield again this spring.

    Club: Kendra formerly played club with AFC Union.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


     #10 Marissa Polzin (Forward)

    School: Marissa was another of 3 freshman to make the varsity squad in 2018, playing in 10 matches and scoring 2 goals.  Marissa performed double-duty playing as the key figure on a dominant JV squad in 2018 that went undefeated thanks in part to Marissa's team leading 25 goals.  Marissa has an excellent field presence and sound understanding of the game, with an uncanny ability to compose herself close to goal.  Look for Marissa to come off the Bronco bench and aide Alexa Panyk & Natalie Oatsvall up top for UG this spring.

    Club: Marissa plays club with AFC Union.

    FilmGame film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


     

    #11 Carlee Mayer (Def/Mid) 

    School:  You may remember the last name... Carlee is younger sister to Bronco standout and Hall of Fame member Riley Mayer (class of 2011). Carlee is no slouch though, making her third consecutive varsity squad in her junior year.  Carlee played for both the varsity and JV teams as a freshman in 2017, accumulating over 30 goals for the JV squad in breaking former Bronco Sam DeLong's JV goal-scoring record while appearing in 11 varsity matches scoring 2 goals and recording 1 assist.  As a sophomore Carlee improved tremendously, recording 4 assists while making 4 starts in 18 games on the UG wings.  Look for Carlee to start in the back or on the wing for the Broncos this spring.

    Club: Carlee plays club with the Croatian Eagles Soccer Club.

    FilmGame film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung any time.

     

     


     

    #12 Kelsey Kemper (Mid) 

    School: TBD.

    Club: n/a.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


    #13 Abby Lentz (Def) 

    School: Abby was the only freshman defender to make the 2017 UG varsity squad, starting 12 matches at right back in an outstanding first season. Abby followed that up by starting all 19 matches at left back for the Broncos in 2018, helping UG to 14 shutouts and SLC/WIAA Regional championships. Abby has excellent vision and tackling ability, and understands when to get forward. Abby is one of three Lentz triplets, one of whom is a Bronco boys standout (Christian). Look for Abby at outside back again this spring in 2019!

    Club: Abby plays club with AFC Union and coach Kevin Lawrence.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


     

    #14 Alexa Panyk (Mid/Forward) 

    School: Alexa started all 23 matches as a freshman in the Bronco central midfield in 2016 and had a phenomenal season, leading the team in goals and finishing the season second in overall scoring (15 goals and 6 assists). That was good enough to earn 2nd Team All-Conference and 2nd Team All-County nods. She followed that up with an even more impressive sophomore campaign scoring 20 goals and tallying 10 assists at both forward and mid positions, en route to a 50-point season and a 1st Team All-Conference award (she again earned 2nd Team All-County). During her junior season, Alexa shattered nearly every UG Lady Bronco soccer record scoring 20 more goals with 12 more assists earning 1st Team All-Conference/All-County awards while becoming the first-ever Bronco (boys or girls) to be named both Conference and County Player of the Year! Alexa (twin sister to Carlista) has exceptional vision, skill/speed on the ball, tackling ability, and a fervor for goal. Coupled with a high understanding of the game, Alexa is capable of most anything on the soccer pitch.  Look for her to lead UG in scoring once again in 2019.

    Club: Alexa formerly played club with AFC Union.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


     

    #15 Natalie Oatsvall (Forward) 

    School: Natalie returns to the Bronco varsity squad after three impressive varsity campaigns lie behind her. Natalie has started all but 2 varsity games in that span, as she recorded 11 goals and 2 assists in 2016 as a freshman, followed by an even more impressive sophomore campaign with 12 goals and 7 assists (good for an honorable mention All-Conference award). Nat would save her best for her junior season, scoring 9 goals with 5 assists but helping UG to their first-ever SLC & WIAA Regional titles. Natalie is fast, feisty, and has a knack for goal demonstrated by some impressive finishes in the past three seasons, but her greatest attribute is her ability to track defenders and cause turnovers, igniting the UG attack.  Look for Natalie to start as a senior up top again this spring!

    Club: Natalie formerly played club with AFC Union.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


     

    #16 Kayla Maurer (Mid/Def)

    School: Younger sister to Bronco boys' varsity midfielder C.J. Maurer, Kayla was another of seven freshman to make the 2017 girls varsity squad making 20 starts while seeing time both on the wing and in central midfield, scoring an incredible one-touch goal versus Elkhorn in a 1-0 conference semifinal win in May 2017.  She finished the 2017 season with 4 goals and 7 assists, but her greatest contributions came in her unparalleled work rate, hard tackling, and resilience in midfield against top opponents. That spilled over into a 2nd Team All-Conference, honorable mention All-County sophomore year that propelling Maurer into a key figure in the UG central midfield. Kayla would tally 3 goals and record 11 assists while locking down opponents best midfielder, helping UG win their first SLC & WIAA Regional titles. Look for Kayla to dominate the Bronco midfield again this spring.

    Club: n/a.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


     

    #17 Adrianna Rodriguez (Mid)

    School: Adrianna was the third of 3 freshman to make the Bronco varsity squad in 2018, but certainly had the biggest impact of the three. Adri had 4 goals and 1 assists including a late game-winner versus Westosha and a WIAA Regional title clincher at Greendale.  Adrianna is among the fastest Broncos, but she is more than mere speed.  Her technical ability and competitive nature should be a welcomed addition to the Bronco midifield in 2019, look for Adrianna on the wings or occasionally up top throughout the season.  Adrianna is younger sister to former Bronco standouts Liz (class of 2015) and Dylan Rodriguez (class of 2016).

    Club: Adrianna currently plays club with AFC Union.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


    #18 Peyton Killberg (Mid)

    School: Peyton, younger sister to Bronco boys standout defender Colin (class of 2017), makes her 2nd varsity squad in 2018 after an impressive freshman season a year ago.  Peyton started only 7 games last spring, but that didn't stop her from being the Bronco's 4th leading scorer with 12 goals and 4 assists.  Peyton has an uncanny ability to be in exactly the right place at the right time, and uses her athleticism to shut down opposing players.  Look for Peyton on the Bronco wings in 2018.

    Club: Peyton plays club with AFC Union and coach Kevin Lawrence.

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.

     


    #21 Megan Barber (Mid)

    School: Megan will start in the Bronco central midfield for the second consecutive year after an incredible freshman campaign in 2017. Megan scored 6 goals and had 10 assists in a 1st Team All-Conference & 1st Team All-Racine County effort, becoming the first UGHS freshman to earn both awards.  Megain is the focal point of the Bronco midfield, with unmatched technical skill, vision, and distribution ability, she can also finish and takes many of the UG set-pieces.  Megan will again be helping to run the Bronco midfield for the duration of the 2018 spring season.  Megan is also a varsity girls basketball player, earning honorable mention All-County this winter at guard.

    Club: Megan plays club with AFC Union and coach Kevin Lawrence..

    Film: Game film is stored at Hudl.com and can be accessed by contacting Coach Jung or the athlete direct any time.