November 21, 2012
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. – Coming on the heels of their successful 2012 campaign, the Lady Mustangs’ coaching staff has already started looking to the future by inking a slew of talent to compete for The Master’s College in the fall of 2013.
Bringing her expertise to the forward position is Stephanie Albright from San Gabriel, California. In her time at Ontario Christian High School, under the tutelage of head coach David Belden, Albright earned a trove of awards as a multiple-sport athlete, including First Team All-Ambassador League recognition during her junior year and second team all-league accolades in her sophomore year. The future Lady Mustang also earned recognition as the Knights’ Most Improved Player & MVP for track and field.
“I chose The Master’s College, because as soon as I stepped onto the campus I felt so comfortable,” remarked Albright. “I love the feel of such close community. I am looking forward to continuing to make my relationship stronger with God and meeting new people that I can share and grow with in Christ.”
Off the field, Albright is also a Renaissance cardholder, a part of the National Honor Society. Looking to major in liberal arts to pursue a career as an elementary teacher, Albright is thrilled at the prospects of thriving on the campus of TMC.
“I am excited to see what God has planned for my life in these next four years at The Master’s College.”
TMC went 12-6-2 in 2012, finishing 6-4 in the Golden State Athletic Conference. The Lady Mustangs ventured into the postseason by making it to the semi-finals of the GSAC Tournament before falling to conference rival Vanguard 2-0.