Women's Soccer

    #IUWS Adds Marissa Borschke Via Transfer For 2013 Season

    Go Hoosiers! Marissa Borschke (Photo courtesy: Larry Levanti Photography for NJIT)
    Go Hoosiers!
    Marissa Borschke (Photo courtesy: Larry Levanti Photography for NJIT)
    Go Hoosiers!

    July 8, 2013

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana women's soccer head coach Amy Berbary announced the addition of Marissa Borschke, a transfer from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) who will be eligible to play immediately for the Hoosiers. She will have four years of eligibility remaining.

    "We are extremely excited to be adding a player of Marissa's caliber to our team," Berbary said. "She will bring athleticism, toughness, and experience to our back line. Marissa is also familiar with our staff having worked with Sergio at NJIT last year before her injury. We look forward to continuing her development while she wears the Cream and Crimson."

    Borschke, a native of Burlington, Ontario, Canada, started five games for the Highlanders in 2012 before an injury ended her season. In that short time, she was able to score a goal against Saint Peter's and logged five shots.

    She attended Corpus Christi Secondary School in Onatrio where she lettered in basketball, volleyball and badminton in addition to earning team MVP honors in soccer all while being named to the honor roll all four years. She also played for the Burlington Heat Soccer Club, where she led them to the 2011 Ontario Cup finals.

    Indiana will open the regular season on Aug. 23 at Ohio and then return to Bill Armstrong Stadium on Aug. 25 for the home opener against Georgia Southern.

     

     


       

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