Wyoming Soccer Adds Canadian U-17 National Team Player
March 2, 2012
LARAMIE, Wyo. - Wyoming Cowgirl soccer and head coach Pete Cuadrado are proud to announce the addition of international standout Kajal Parmar. Parmar is a member of the Canadian National U-17 team and will play in the 2012 CONCACAF U-17 Women's Championship.
"We are really excited to get a great player and person of Kajal's caliber to Wyoming," Cuadrado said. "She has an excellent pedigree and we will be expecting great things from her. Her experience at the international level will provide us with invaluable experience."
Parmar, a native of Surrey, British Colombia, Canada, has been playing at the international level since 2009 as a member of the U-15 Canadian National team. Parmar is a forward who played club soccer for Surrey United, Surrey FC Revolution and most recently as a part of the Vancouver Whitecaps, when not playing for the Canadian National team. In 2011, Parmar led the Surrey FC Revolution to the Canadian Coastal Cup Championship. In August of 2011, she played in two international friendly matches against Japan. In a 2-1 loss to the Japanese, she scored Canada's lone goal. She will continue her play with the Canadian National team playing in the CONCACAF U-17 World Cup qualifying May 2-13 in Guatemala. She has been described as an all-around athlete and is not only a very skilled soccer player, but also the MVP of Panorama Ridge Secondary school basketball team.