Kalman Csapo and the Evergreen Soccer Club Coaches and Administration are Proud of their girls and their life achievements. This is a successful program with a philosophy centered not on a win at all cost, but on individual player development. As part of their pride the following players have graduated this spring and have gone on to play soccer for various colleges:

Andrea Christian – Muhlenburg High School – Started four years as midfield/back- attending/playing at Point Park University – Behavioral Sciences

Olivia Donkus – Kutztown High School – Started four years as midfield/keeper, attending Albright College. Recently scored her first goal via header – Biochemistry

Brittney Dunleavy – Blue Mountain High School – Started four years at outside midfield, attending and playing at Cedar Crest College. Recently earned defensive player and in the second week offensive player for scoring the game-tying goal vs Purchase in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) in it’s first two weeks in the Weekly Awards of the 2018-19 season. She has a totoal of three goals to date – Early Childhood Education.

Camryn Hardy – Wyomissing High School – Started four years as forward, team captain her senior year. Attending West Chester University, scoredher first goal from a penalty spot in preseason. – Political Science.

Jessica Kern – Twin Valley High School – Started four years at forward. Attending and playing at Stevenson University – Biology.

Julia Mortimer – Oley Valley High School – Started four years as back. Attending and playing at Delaware Valley University – Pre-Med/Biology.

Jenna Terenchin – Muhlemburg High School – Started four years at midfield, captian in her senior year. Attending York College. Jenna had an ankle surgery one monthe before attding college and now has to wait until the Spring to join her team – Nursing.

Karleigh Groves – Oley Valley High School – Started four years as back, team captian her Junior and Senior years. Recipient of the Evergreen Country Club Scholarship.  Attending Hofstra University. She will play intramural soccer there and will try out for the varsity team in the Spring.


Congratulations to all these young women and wish them continued success in their futures.

Brian Evergreen
Brian Evergreen

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