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Introducing Surrey United Premier Women's Team 2004 - 2014

  • Soccer Hall of Fame BC Member

Short Biography

Surrey United Premier Women's Team 2004 – 2014 were the BC champions for 11 straight years, and finished in the top three in the Canadian national championships in all these 11 years, winning Gold Medals in 2006 and 2011.

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Surrey United Premier Women's Team 2004 – 2014 were the BC champions for 11 straight years, and finished in the top three in the Canadian national championships in all these 11 years, winning Gold Medals in 2006 and 2011.

Surrey United’s record of 11 straight Provincial Cup wins is easily the longest winning streak in BC Soccer’s Provincial A Cup Championships. In the women’s A Cup, UBC Alumni won five times from 1996 to 2000 while in men’s play the longest streak is Victoria West with four championships from 1979 to 1982. Surrey represented BC in Canada Soccer’s Jubilee Trophy Championship in these eleven years, winning Gold Medals as champions in 2006 and 2011, Silver Medals in 2007, 2009, 2012 and 2014 and Bronze Medals in 2004, 2005, 2008, 2010 and 2013. No other team in CSA history has equalled this achievement at club nationals.

The Surrey United players between 2004 and 2014 included: Arianne Adams, Julie Armstrong, Diana Artuso, Aly Benes, Megan Blaker, Eva Caldieri, April Coffin, Tristan Corneil, Mellissa Demeda, Amber Devriendt, Geraldine Donnelly, Shannon Douglas, Courtney Duncan, Natalie Fabbro, Martina Franko (Holan), Natalie Halcro, Chelsey Hannesson, Kim Harper, Wendy Hawthorne, Randee Hermus, Karm Jawandha, Marisa Kovacs, Kaylyn Kyle, Sharon Lehnert, Faythe Lou, Sara Maglio, Vanessa Martino, Erin McLeod, Sadie McLure, Kim McMullen, Amelie Mercier, Nadia Nashelenas (Guglielmini), Theresa Nuttall, Rachael Pelat, Erin Porter, Chiara Quadri, Kate Qually, Lindsay Rohla, Mylee Ross, Sophie Schmidt, Christina Southerby, Chelsea Stang, Jillian Stewart, Nicole Stewart, Andrea Sumner, Katie Thorlakson, Devon Wharf, Chantelle Whitehead, Bianca Wilkinson and Caitlin Young. The team’s coaches and managers during the time period included: Jeff Clarke, Bernie Dionne, Martin Foden, Steve Kindel, Mylee Ross, Leigh Sembaluk, Albert Stewart and Rob Sumner.

Surrey United Premier Women's Team 2004 - 2014 was inducted into the Soccer Hall of Fame of BC in 2020 as a Team of Distinction.

See the Surrey United club entry for a full listing of the results, scorers and team members for each indvidual BC and Canada championship final team.

Soccer Hall of Fame BC Member

  • Class: Team of Distinction
  • Inducted: 2020

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