DETROIT, Mich.-Coach Tony Williams has started to assemble a “Waterford Connection” as he retools the second-year and defending national champion Marygrove Mustangs for the 2010 season.
On Thursday, the third Waterford (MI) student-athlete joined the Mustang ranks with the signing of former Kettering star Kaylie Guellec.
Guellec, a 5’3″ midfielder/forward, joins two current Mustangs from the Waterford area. Like Guellec, current Mustang team captain Ashley Inglsbee hails from Kettering High School. Jaci Habel, a former Our Lady of the Lakes standout, rounds out the current Waterford players on the Mustangs squad.
The former [Waterford Kettering] Captains student-athlete compiled individual accolades over the course of her career in basketball and soccer. On the hardwood, the point guard earned All-County Honorable Mention honors, while helping lead her team to a 2008 District Championship. While on the pitch, the former team captain garnered All-District honors for Oakland County.
She continued gaining valuable experience as a member of numerous local club teams: Waterford Warriors, Waterford Wave, and the Brandon Mustangs. “I’m looking forward to playing soccer at the next level with the Mustangs,” stated Guellec during her Thursday evening signing.
Coach Williams on Guellec: Kaylie brings yet another reunion to our program. Like [Ashley] Inglsbee, Kaylie is a former player of mine that has developed into a great player over years. She gives us another attacker that will take us to level we want to be at. As a coach, I couldn’t be happier to have a hardworking young lady like Kaylie once again.
Category: Women's Soccer