Mid­fielder com­mits to Hur­ri­canes

Fraser is at­tend­ing high school in Nova Sco­tia

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - SPORTS -

The Hol­land Col­lege Hur­ri­canes have added a mid­fielder from Nova Sco­tia to its ros­ter for the 2016 women’s soc­cer sea­son. T-Anna Fraser is a Grade 12 stu­dent at Northum­ber­land Re­gional High School in Pictou County. She has been rec­og­nized as the school team’s MVP.

“The women’s soc­cer pro­gram has a strong rep­u­ta­tion and I am look­ing for­ward to work­ing hard in ev­ery prac­tice and game for the team,” Fraser said.

She has de­vel­oped her game as a player with Team Nova Sco­tia and Team At­lantic as well as play­ing for X F.C.

A nat­u­ral play­maker with ex­cel­lent field vi­sion, her pre­vi­ous coach said she has the po­ten­tial to be one of the top play­ers in the At­lantic Col­le­giate Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion.

“A skilled player with this level of ex­pe­ri­ence can have a strong im­pact in the mid­field for our team,” said ‘Canes head coach Kris McKin­non. “We are ex­cited about adding T-Anna to our squad.”

Fraser also brings a wealth of high-cal­i­bre ex­pe­ri­ence hav­ing played against top com­pe­ti­tion in On­tario, Europe and the United States, in­clud­ing the Dis­ney show­case tour­na­ment.

Fraser said she was im­pressed with the sense of fam­ily when vis­it­ing the cam­pus and is look­ing for­ward to study­ing in the hu­man ser­vices pro­gram.

“I ap­pre­ci­ated the cam­pus feel and class size,” she said. “Ev­ery­body was very wel­com­ing.”


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