“It's pretty exciting to be asked back into the national team environment,” said Fraser. “I'm privileged to be able to play with the girls again. A selection for the OFC World Cup qualifiers squad will be made from this camp so the competition for spots will be tough.”
Fraser enjoyed a strong first-season for the Gaels, as the freshman played in all 20 matches and over 800 minutes. She attempted 26 shots, and scored her first collegiate goal against San Francisco. The strike was from 30 yards into the corner of the net, resulting in the game-winning score. Fraser also recorded an assist in her first collegiate match.
“Mary has worked hard to improve everyday,” said head coach Kai Edwards. “We are excited for her to have this opportunity to represent her country. She is a player as she continues to develop and can be an impact player in the WCC and for her country.”
Selection for the U20 Oceanic Qualifying and the U20 World Cup will be named after the camp.