Plainswomen Soccer Adds Depth With Brumbelow

Plainswomen Soccer Adds Depth With Brumbelow

The Plainswomen Soccer team has added another player with the signing of Kennedie Brumbelow.  Brumbelow is from Ft. Collins, CO and attends Poudre High School where she plays multiple positions.  She has the capability of playing the outside back, winger, and attacking mid positions, which head coach Ken McAlpine was impressed with.  "Kennedie is a player we have gotten to watch many times over the last year, and we have always come away impressed with her drive and physical play. She plays hard. This, coupled with her technical ability, makes us believe she can come in and contribute at multiple positions. Her personality and character are also great fits for our team, and we are thrilled to be bringing her in to the program," stated McAlpine.

In her time in high school, she lettered all four years as an Impala.  Not only was she a standout on the field, she excelled in the classroom too.  She was a 3x honor-athlete award winner at her school, which requires a 3.5 or higher GPA.  On the pitch for her high school, she was the most improved player her sophomore year and the most inspiring player as a junior.  Her soccer club she plays for outside of high school is the Colorado Storm Soccer Club in Ft. Collins.

Brumbelow added on her signing to Northeastern, "I want to thank my family. They are my biggest source of love and support. I am where I am today because of them and I couldn't be more thankful."