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Coral Shores Senior Kyla Catarineau Sign Soccer Letter of Intent with Greensboro

By February 11, 2020December 28th, 2020No Comments

Kyla Catarineau signs her National Letter of Intent to play Women’s Soccer at Greensboro College (N.C). She is flanked by her parents, Joe and Missy Catarineau. Back Row (L-R): Kinsley Catarineau (sister), Blake Fry (Principal), Rich Russell (AD), and Kristy Bidell (Asst. Principal)

Coral Shores senior, Kyla Catarineau inked her Women’s Soccer-“National Letter of Intent” with Greensboro College (N.C) last Wednesday, February 5….the first date to sign national letters of intent. Kyla, a three-year standout in Hurricanes program and a former Monroe County Player of the Year has also excelled at the “Club” level for more than 10 years. She currently plays for Cutler Ridge Soccer Club in Miami, Florida. Kyla selected Greensboro over a number of other attractive (college) offers in large part because of her familiarity and respect for the “Pride” soccer program. Kyla’s older sister Keeley, a 2018 Hurricane grad, is a rising senior and captain of the team at Greensboro.

“Kyla has worked hard and sacrificed to earn this opportunity for herself.  She has had the opportunity to be a teammate with both her older  (Keeley) and younger (Kinsley) sisters while at Coral Shores.  The fact that she and Keeley will be teammates in college is a unique situation we are excited to witness.  We are so proud of Kyla’s accomplishments and look forward to the 2020 season of Greensboro College Women’s Soccer.”—Missy Catarineau (mother) 

This is a dream come true. I’ve worked my whole life for this and now not only do get to play soccer in college, but I get to play one more year with my older sister.  I also want to use this opportunity to thank my dad and mom for their dedication to my goal.  I think they have been at every match I’ve ever played and they’ve constantly provided me encouragement and support.”Kyla Catarineau

“We are very excited for Kyla to be joining our Women’s Soccer program here at Greensboro College. We feel strongly in her ability to contribute to our program on the field, in the classroom, and being a positive member in our campus community. We look forward to welcoming her to campus in August!”—
Jordan May—Head Coach Greensboro College

“We are all thrilled for Kyla, and realization of her dream.  Kyla combines superior talent and intellect, with model passion and commitment to the game of soccer.  I can’t wait to follow her and Keeley’s combined exploits next year.”—Rich Russell-CSHS Athletic Director

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