Women's Soccer

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Serena San Cartier
Serena San Cartier

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Sudbury, Ontario Canada

High School:
Lo-Ellen Park Secondary

Height:
5-8

Position:
Forward

Major:
Undecided



01/23/2014

OAKLAND LEADS HORIZON LEAGUE IN FALL HONOR ROLL SELECTIONS

The Golden Grizzlies placed 120 student-athletes on the honor roll list.

01/16/2014

KELLERMANN, SAN CARTIER NAMED TO HORIZON LEAGUE ALL-ACADEMIC SQUAD

Oakland duo among 13 women's soccer student-athletes recognized by the league office Jan. 16

01/16/2014

OAKLAND LANDS FIVE ON FALL ACADEMIC ALL-LEAGUE TEAMS

Kristock, Tinnion, Kellermann, San Cartier and Humm earned the honors.

11/10/2013

OAKLAND DROPS HEARTBREAKER TO MILWAUKEE, 4-3, IN LEAGUE FINAL

The Golden Grizzlies thrice take the lead in Horizon League Championship game, but Milwaukee prevails to win tournament title

11/08/2013

OAKLAND ADVANCES TO LEAGUE FINAL ON PKS OVER WRIGHT STATE

After a scoreless 110 minutes of regulation and overtime, the Golden Grizzlies best the Raiders 4-3 in penalty kicks to advance to the Horizon League Championship game

11/11/2013

Oakland vs. Wright State, 11/8/13

Oakland faced Wright State Nov. 8, 2013, in the semifinals of the Horizon League Championship.

11/10/2013

Oakland vs. Milwaukee, 2013 Horizon League Women's Soccer Championship

Oakland vs. Milwaukee, 2013 Horizon League Women's Soccer Championship

11/05/2013

Oakland Women's Soccer vs. Youngstown State

Oakland opened up the Horizon League tournament with a 6-2 victory over the Penguins.

11/01/2013

Oakland vs. Milwaukee

Oakland fell to Milwaukee in a close battle, 1-0.

10/19/2013

Oakland vs. Detroit, 10/19/13

Oakland women's soccer defeated Detroit Oct. 19, 2-0, in a key Horizon League contest.

Career Game-by-Game Stats | Career Stats

2012:
▪ Played in 15 matches, making one start
▪ Assisted on Oakland's goal in regulation against No. 4-seed Ohio State in the NCAA Tournament (11/10)
▪ Scored the match-winning goal to clinch the 2011 Summit League Championship against IPFW (11/4)
▪ Ended the year with two goals and two assists for six points
▪ Had a goal and an assist for three points against Rochester College (8/17)
▪ Earned a place on The Summit League Academic Honor Roll as a distinguished scholar

2011:
▪ Earned a spot on the All-Summit League first team
▪ Finished as the team's second leading scorer with five goals
▪ Was second on the team with 15 points from five goals and five assists
▪ Tied for The Summit League lead with 11 points in league matches
▪ The four goals she scored in league play were the fifth most of any player in The Summit League
▪ Her five assists tied for the team lead
▪ Her 15 points tied for the fifth most in The Summit League
▪ Earned Summit League Offensive Player of the Week honors on Oct. 24
▪ Played in 22 games drawing 10 starts, including the NCAA Tournament match against Wake Forest
▪ Equaled her career-high with two goals against Southern Utah (10/23)
▪ Scored the match-winning goal against South Dakota (10/7)
▪ Notched a goal and two assists in a win over Oral Roberts (10/21)
▪ Notched four points in back-to-back matches against ORU (10/21) and Southern Utah (10/23)
▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Academic Team as a distinguished scholar

2010:
▪ A second team All-Summit League honoree
▪ Also earned a spot on The Summit League All-Newcomer Team
▪ Played in 19 games, making eight starts as a freshman
▪ Finished the year with four goals and two assists for 10 points
▪ Scored her first collegiate goal in the Summit League opener against NDSU (10/1)
▪ Netted a pair of match-winning goals against SDSU (10/3) and IPFW (10/16)
▪ She scored two goals in the span of 16 seconds against IPFW (10/16) for her first multiple-goal game
▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Academic Team as a Distinguished Scholar

High School:
▪ Earned four varsity soccer letters at Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School under head coach Frank Malvaso
▪ She was the four-time Lo-Ellen Park Athlete of the Year from 2007-10
▪ Named the most valuable player of the soccer team in 2009
▪ Played her club soccer with the Sudbury Canadians and helped the team win the 2008 Central Girls Soccer League Gold Cup
▪ An accomplished all-sport athlete she also competed in track, basketball and cross country at Lo-Ellen
▪ Won the Provincial Legion 100-meter hurdles championship in 2009
▪ Was the four-time MVP of the Lo-Ellen track team from 2007-10
▪ Was the Sudbury District Secondary Schools Athletic Association individual aggregate champion from 2007-10
▪ Individual aggregate champion of the Northern Ontario Secondary Schools Association of Athletics in 2007, 2008 and 2010

Academic Awards and Extracurricular Activities:
▪ Was an Honor Roll student

Top Athletic Performance:
▪ Helped won the bronze medal in the 80m hurdles for the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations in 2008

Personal:
Full Name:
Serena M San Cartier
Parents: Maurice and Stasia San Cartier
Siblings: Natasha and Halley
> Aunt, Ann Kowal, was a member of the 1984 Canadian Olympic women's basketball team

Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland:
1. Great women's soccer program
2. The nice campus
3. The friendly atmosphere on campus

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