Brearley Girls Soccer Looks to the 2016 Season

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KENILWORTH, NJ – David Brearley girls’ soccer will open its 2016 season on Saturday, Sept. 10. at 2 p.m., when they play Jonathan Dayton at home.

Michelle DaSilva, entering her third year as head coach will look to a combination of experience and youth for the team’s success; two sets of senior twins will cover the center of the field on both sides of the ball; Madison and Miranda Rosa in the midfield and Daniella and Gabriella Angrisano will cover center defense.

Freshman Isabel Alloco is expected to be key contributor offensively in the midfield while in goal fellow freshman Sofia Lospinoso will get the start.           

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“I am very excited for this upcoming season “We have a strong core and our new additions are exactly what we needed to be successful this year,” said Da Silva.

DaSilva and the team are confident about the upcoming season and look forward to kickoff, “We are very excited for the upcoming season.”

Lospinoso, the freshman goalie caught the eye of DaSilva when she filled in for a teammate in goal. A position she only began playing two years ago.

“She is a young female athlete who is extremely talented as a field player and just as talented as a goal keeper. What more could a coach ask for? I am keen to see her blossom over the next four years,” said DaSilva.

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