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A look at some NL soccer players not in the AUS


While most collegiate soccer players from this province are toiling for the MUN Sea-Hawks or another Atlantic University Sport conference squad, some quality local players have gone farther afield for education and varsity sports competition.

Rebecca Green of Green’s Harbour, fresh off playing for Canada at this summer’s World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea, is back for her fifth year with the McGill Martlets in the Quebec Student Sport Federation (RSEQ). Green, a forward, has one goal in two games so far this season.

South of the border, Outer Cove midfielder Connie Lewis has one goal and one assist in three games NCAA Division 1 Northeast Conference games for the Farleigh Dickenson Knights in Teaneck, N.J.. Lewis was a collegesportsmad-ness.com first team conference all-star in 2014 after finishing the season third in points (21), points per game (1.24), goals (9) and goals per game (.53).

Further south, goalkeeper Sara Wicks of St. John’s has a 1-5-1 record through the first seven NCAA Division 1 Atlantic Sun Conference games with the Jacksonville University Dolphins. Wicks, a product of Shattuck St. Mary’s Prep School, spent last season with Arkansas State, posting a 2-6 record.

Finally, Kristen Anstey from Burin Bay Arm is a fourth year defender for the Cumberland Bulldogs in the NAIA’s Mid South Conference. She has yet to play this year.

Rebecca Green of Green’s Harbour, fresh off playing for Canada at this summer’s World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea, is back for her fifth year with the McGill Martlets in the Quebec Student Sport Federation (RSEQ). Green, a forward, has one goal in two games so far this season.

South of the border, Outer Cove midfielder Connie Lewis has one goal and one assist in three games NCAA Division 1 Northeast Conference games for the Farleigh Dickenson Knights in Teaneck, N.J.. Lewis was a collegesportsmad-ness.com first team conference all-star in 2014 after finishing the season third in points (21), points per game (1.24), goals (9) and goals per game (.53).

Further south, goalkeeper Sara Wicks of St. John’s has a 1-5-1 record through the first seven NCAA Division 1 Atlantic Sun Conference games with the Jacksonville University Dolphins. Wicks, a product of Shattuck St. Mary’s Prep School, spent last season with Arkansas State, posting a 2-6 record.

Finally, Kristen Anstey from Burin Bay Arm is a fourth year defender for the Cumberland Bulldogs in the NAIA’s Mid South Conference. She has yet to play this year.

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