Female Footballers will be reintroducing themselves and we will discuss the importance of balance and having a self-care routine as a player and how to use it to your advantage in your role to take your game to the next level.
By attending for some or all of the session by cell or computer, players, parents, coaches or any supporters will also benefit from free access to the MiMentor platform.
|Sarah Peternel||11||mid||Wolfeboro, NH||Shepherd University|
|Logan Nicholson||44||def||St. Augustine, FL||University of New Hampshire|
|Kelly Quigley||4||winger||Tewksbury, MA||University of New Haven|
|Addison Larsen||24||central defensive midfielder||American Fork, Utah||Southern Utah|
|Eryn Doiron||20||outside fullback||Wilton, ME||Maine Maritime Academy|
|Tyler Spence||19||winger||Falmouth, ME||Slippery Rock|
|Kira Kutzinski||22||keeper||Bunde, Germany||University of Maine|
|Maddie Michaud||9||winger||Gorham, ME||University of Maine|
|Tori Sousa||2||striker||Nashua, NH||Central Connecticut State University|
|Greta Brunello||3||outside fullback (left)||Carisolo, Italy||Southern Connecticut University|
|Kristina Kelly||7||attacking midfielder||Lincolnville, ME||University of Maine|
|Audrey Fletcher||8||striker||Monmouth, ME||University of Maine Farmington|
|Sally Rainey||25||keeper||West Lebanon, NH||University of New Hampshire|
|Alexis Elowitch||6||center back||Portland, ME||St. Anselm|
|Kass Young||16||keeper||Lakeville, MN||Louisville|
|Kathryn White||5||central midfielder||Georgetown, MA||St. Anselm|
|Alyanna Beaudoin||12||center back||Saco, Me||St. Anselm|
|Anna Hurley||10||winger||Wakefield, MA||Oklahoma State|
|Emma Dennison||33||defender||South Portland, ME||Univerity of Southern Maine|
|Devan Sherry||17||center back||Portland, ME||St. Anselm|
|Haley DaGraca||23||striker||Saco, ME||St. Joseph's|
Maine Footy is dedicated to building a championship-caliber women's soccer team led by elite players, proven coaches, and a community of supporters who care as much about winning on the pitch as they do leading, mentoring, and giving-back off the pitch.
United Women’s Soccer (UWS) is a national pro-am league composed of professionally operated clubs within the United States and Canada. UWS provides high level competition for college players, aspiring & former professionals, and international stars. The season runs from May until the end of July, culminating in a National Championship. The league fills the gap between the college & professional ranks and has over 15 NWSL draftees & 100 professional contracts since its inception in 2016.
We look forward to providing you all an exceptional game-day experiences and enrichment programs year-round.
Jeff & Lynn Harder, Falmouth
Brian & Alyssa Rayback, Cape Elizabeth
Denise & Scott Karkos, Cumberland Foreside
Van Til family, Falmouth
Tate Ficker Allstate, Falmouth
Sean Mewshaw & Desi Van Til, Portland
Dr. Kate Lynch, Falmouth
Moncrief family, Brunswick
Sarah Grinder, Portland
Hagstrom family, Yarmouth
Kirby Family Foundation, Portland
Rob & Amber Hatch, Gorham
Jerry & Kim Brown, South Portland
Jabar LaLiberty, LLC, Portland
Patrick Gilheany, Portland
Richard & Nicole Leighton
Jim & Amanda Vigue, Cumberland
Sniper family, Portland
As Founding Donors, we are bringing on 20 families & foundations who will be recognized along with our 10 Corporate Sponsors for their generosity in funding the soccer operations of the Maine Footy team.
FEAT Network is a Maine-based 501(c)(3) non profit.
The mission of FEAT Network is to facilitate initiatives where communities can come together for a common purpose to not only excel in competition but also to care as much about winning on the fields as leading, mentoring, donating time/money and giving-back. Our business model is very simple in that 100% of the net proceeds from our game-day and season ticket tee sales are allocated directly into causes that benefit youth development; ranging from leadership programs to mentorships to charitable donations.
The Maine Footy team as part of United Women's Soccer has been incubated as the first successful endeavor of FEAT Network. FEAT Network has built the framework and provides the resources with a common goal of contributing to the Maine community; striving to use this pro-am women’s soccer team as a force for societal good.