Nikki Schrey to Transfer to Cal
April 5, 2007
BERKELEY, Calif. - Forward Nikki Schrey, Saint Mary's scoring leader the last two seasons, will transfer to California in time for the 2007 women's soccer season, Cal interim head coach Jennifer Thomas announced today. Schrey, who can play immediately for the Golden Bears, comes to Berkeley with two years of eligibility remaining.
Schrey, a product of Fresno, Calif., paced the Gaels in goals (5) and points (13) as a sophomore in 2006. She started 19 of 20 games for the West Coast Conference program. Two of her goals came in Saint Mary's 4-1 win over San Francisco.
As a freshman, Schrey also topped Saint Mary's in points (15) and tied for the team lead with six goals. She played in 19 games, making 18 starts, on her way to a spot on the WCC All-Freshman team. Schrey recorded game-winning goals in a 1-0 win over Santa Barbara and in a 2-1 triumph over Sacramento State.
Prior to attending Saint Mary's, Schrey was a four-year letterwinner in soccer and softball at Edison High School in Fresno. She led her soccer team to Central Section Valley Championships titles in 2003 and 2004 and helped her team capture the North Yosemite League title in 2005. Schrey garnered All-Yosemite League honors all four years and first-team All-Valley recognition in 2004 and second-team status in 2003.
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