DETROIT, Mich. -- The women's soccer team continued their growth with the signing of Farwa Haider for the 2013 season. Haider, a former student at West Bloomfield High School, transitioned to Marygrove this semester after a brief stint at Wayne State University.
On the pitch, Haider is primarily a forward and is noted as "a very good addition to the program," by assistant coach Ragen Coyne. Last week, Haider helped her club team win the championship of the Detroit-based organization, Liga Hispana.
A former honor roll member at West Bloomfield, Haider intends on majoring in psychology at Marygrove College. The well-rounded student is mulling over minors in business or criminal justice to accompany her psychology degree.
Coach Williams on Haider: Like Coach Coyne said, Farwa is a wonderful addition to our program. Farwa's commitment to her academic pursuit will continue to improve our outstanding team GPA as we move forward. On the field, Farwa has a strong passion for soccer and I look forward to coaching her in the near future.