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NCAA May 07, 2019

University of the Pacific women’s soccer signs defender

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(Via University of the Pacific) – Pacific women’s soccer added another player, its second in two weeks, today in Kelsey Oen, a freshman defender from San Diego. She will join the team as a true freshman this fall.

Oen played her prep soccer at Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego where she played in 22 games in 20189-19 scoring six goals and assisting on two more for her team, which went 16-5-3 on the way to a CIF State Championship Tournament Play-In Game.

The newly added Tiger won a CIF Division II State Championship in 2016 with a 2-1 victory over Palos Verdes in the Championship Match. Oen and the Dons were ranked fifth in the nation that season. As an individual, she was an All-CIF selection as well as an All-CIF San Diego Selection. She was a Defensive MVP and All-League selection as well.

Excellence in the classroom is a point of emphasis for Kerri Scroope’s squad and her new player fits that mold. Oen was a member of the Honor Roll, a scholar athlete and an All-Academic Team Member as well while at Cathedral Catholic.

The addition of Oen to the team will help bolster a young and up and coming defensive line that returns a pairing of center backs that played the majority of the season together as freshmen in Abigail Wolf and Camryn Scully.

Oen will join the Tigers this summer for camp and will be eligible to play in the 2019 season. She plans to major in Business administration and will minor in criminal justice at Pacific.