Alumni Soccer Star Joins Coaching Staff

As a soccer star in her time, Corrie Dubyoski, class of 2010, comes back to Mount de Sales to help coach the soccer team to victory. Corrie joins her father, brother, and coach Mary Gagnon on the 2013 coaching staff. During her Mount de Sales career, Corrie was a top player for the soccer team. She was captain for varsity soccer both her junior and senior year and scored a significant amount of goals for the team as well. Corrie also played for the Towson Tigers club team where she was a captain her second and third year. She also is a major in Exercise Science. Corrie helps the team balance their nutrition before and after games. She also partakes in the training of the team. Strength, conditioning, soccer skills, she does it all!

“It’s nice having her around. I get to see her more,” said senior Jessie Dubyoski. The soccer team can all agree that Corrie has been a great addition to the soccer staff. The team feels more in shape than ever. “It’s really nice to have a girl who we can relate to because she was in our shoes not too long ago,” said senior Cat Lamont.

Corrie’s primary goal for the soccer team is for them to become more fit and win the IAAM A conference division. Mount de Sales soccer plays many difficult teams including one of top ranked teams in Maryland, McDonogh. Corrie and the rest of the coaching staff say they are up for the challenge and believe with the talent the Mount de Sales soccer team has this year, they will go far.

“I didn’t get to be here a lot before, but I can tell this team is working hard and really believing in themselves which makes a big difference on the field and their hearts,” said coach Corrie.

Kathleen Malcotti ‘14


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