PUEBLO, Colo. (May 2, 2018) - Colorado State University-Pueblo women's soccer Head Coach Sierra Cardenas announced the signing of four student-athletes that have chosen to continue their athletic and academic careers as members of the Pack.
Two of the four signees are Colorado-products, one from New Mexico and one junior college transfer out of Arizona. Each new addition has numerous years on the pitch and will make an immediate impact in the fall.
The first athlete is Sabrina Bridwell (Longmont, Colo.). A 5-foot-5 defender from Skyline HS, Bridwell recorded twenty-five points in 56 games played. She scored seven goals and eleven assists.
Bridwell competed for Storm North Denver and head coach Jeff Carroll. She is the daughter of Shawn and Summer Bridwell and has two siblings.
The next addition to the Pack is Kristin Guin (Alamogordo, NM). A midfielder from Alamogordo HS, Guin tallied 21 assists and is a three-time all-district selection and was named team captain.
Guin played club soccer for Albuquerque United under the direction of Rip Winkel.
She is the daughter of Wilson and Brenda Guin, and has one brother.
The third signee is Taylor Inocencio (Tucson, Ariz.). A transfer from Pima Community College, Inocencio scored three goals and eight assists in two seasons. She helped lead PCC to the NJCAA regional final.
Inocencio played her club ball for Tanque Verde Soccer Club and head coach Jose Miranda.
She is the daughter of Joey Inocencio and Margie Placencia and has two siblings.
The final addition to the Pack is Brooklyn Mack (Manitou Springs, Colo.). She attends Manitou Springs HS and is a two time all-state selection and three times earned all-conference honors.
The 5-foot-4 forward played 62 games at MHS and recorded 219 points, scored 95 goals, 29 assists and averaged 1.5 goals per game in four seasons.
Mack played her club soccer for Pikes Peak Rush for head coach Espen Hosoien.
She is the daughter of Ben Mack and Lisa Quintana, and has one brother.
The new Pack members will arrive to campus in August.
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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.