May 28, 2014
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. – Everett, Washington, native Kassi Iseman has signed to play for The Master’s College women’s soccer team for the fall 2014 season.
“My goal is to give my absolute best every time I step out onto the field,” commented Iseman. “I am so excited to have the opportunity to compete for my school and I hope to represent The Master's College well.”
Iseman enters her time with the Lady Mustangs possessing a resume consisting of being a member of the Washington State Olympic Development Program from 2007-09, being a runner-up at the Washington State Championship Cup in 2008, and gaining invaluable playing experience at the Far West Regionals in 2008.
Academically, Iseman has excelled in the classroom by earning student of the year honors after the 2010-11 school year.
When asked why she chose The Master’s College, Iseman stated, “I chose The Master's College because of its unprecedented commitment to glorifying Christ. Jesus is at the center of everything they do and I can't think of a better place to spend the next four years of my life.”
Iseman looks to aid the Lady Mustangs as a goalkeeper. Off the pitch, the newest Lady Mustang plans to major in Communication.
The Lady Mustangs went 15-6 (6-4 GSAC) in 2013 and made their first appearance in three years at the NAIA National Tournament where they fell to CSU San Marcos 1-0 on Reese Field.
Now, the 18th-ranked Lady Mustangs look to a strong 2014 campaign where they will open with a road game against Concordia (OR) on August 23.
To view a complete list of commitments to The Master’s College Athletic Department for the 2014-15 academic year, click here.