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Current NAIA women's soccer champs sign Guam's Surber

[March 10, 2016 - Harmon, Guam] The 2015 NAIA Women’s Soccer National Champions, the Spring Arbor University Cougars, have added Guam’s Paige Surber to their roster in preparation for their title defense beginning Fall 2016.

The Cougars capped a banner season with its first-ever national championship win, boasting five shutouts in five matches and outscoring opponents 12-0 en route to the NAIA Women’s Soccer crown. Surber, currently a student at Highline College in Des Moines, Wash., was offered an athletic scholarship to play for the Cougars during a trial visit to Michigan earlier this month.

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Para i onra, para i gloria - Masakada Installment 5

Para i onra, para i gloria is a recurring feature on GuamFA.com, with profiles of selected players from Guam's national teams.

In the fifth and final 2014 installment for the Masakada, featured player is Samantha Kaufman. Kaufman is part of the Masakada, the team that were recently crowned as champions of the EAFF Women's East Asian Cup Round 1 tournament in Guam. In addition to helping the team win the tournament, Kaufman also was recognized as the women's tournament MVP.

The Masakada played against Macau and the Northern Mariana Islands, racking up 18 goals in two matches. Guam will now move on to the tournament's semifinal round in Chinese Taipei in November to face Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei, and Korea Republic. The team leaves next week and will meet in Chinese Taipei for a short training camp before the tournament.

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Para i onra, para i gloria - Masakada Installment 4

Para i onra, para i gloria is a recurring feature on GuamFA.com, with profiles of selected players from Guam's national teams.

In the third installment for the Masakada, featured players are Paige Juanique Surber and Inyssa Perez. The players are part of the Masakada, the team that were recently crowned as champions of the EAFF Women's East Asian Cup Round 1 tournament in Guam.

The Masakada played against Macau and the Northern Mariana Islands, racking up 18 goals in two matches. Guam will now move on to the tournament's semifinal round in Chinese Taipei in November to face Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei, and China, P.R., former finalists of the FIFA Women's World Cup.

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Para i onra, para i gloria - Masakada Installment 3

Para i onra, para i gloria is a recurring feature on GuamFA.com, with profiles of selected players from Guam's national teams.

In the third installment for the Masakada, featured players are Cassandra "Cici" Kobinski and Gabrielle Evaristo. The players are part of the Masakada, the team that were recently crowned as champions of the EAFF Women's East Asian Cup Round 1 tournament in Guam.

The Masakada played against Macau and the Northern Mariana Islands, racking up 18 goals in two matches. Guam will now move on to the tournament's semifinal round in Chinese Taipei in November to face Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei, and China, P.R., former finalists of the FIFA Women's World Cup.

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Para i onra, para i gloria - Masakada Installment 2

Para i onra, para i gloria is a recurring feature on GuamFA.com, with profiles of selected players from Guam's national teams.

In the second installment for the Masakada, featured players are Simie Willter, Dani Zavala, and Haley Flores. The players are part of the Masakada, the team that were recently crowned as champions of the EAFF Women's East Asian Cup Round 1 tournament in Guam.

The Masakada played against Macau and the Northern Mariana Islands, racking up 18 goals in two matches. Guam will now move on to the tournament's semifinal round in Chinese Taipei in November to face Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei, and China, P.R., former finalists of the FIFA Women's World Cup.

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