- Glasgow adds fourth name to 2014 roster April 1, 2014
MITCHELL, S.D. – Dakota Wesleyan University women’s soccer coach Clay Glasgow added a fourth name to the 2014 Tiger women’s roster this week when he announced the signing of Rebecca Ehrenfried.
Ehrenfried, a 5-foot-8 defender from Pierre, S.D., joins sister Maranda Ehrenfried on DWU’s roster. Maranda will be a junior for the Tigers this fall, and also plays defender for Dakota Wesleyan.
Rebecca Ehrenfried played soccer for four seasons for the Lady Govs, and was named team MVP. She also played for the South Dakota United club team, and was part of two state championships and regional championships.
“What a great addition to our roster for the fall,” Glasgow said of Ehrenfried. “Becca is a John Wesley Scholarship award recipient, which is one of the university’s highest awards. If you watch her play, it’s evident that she possesses the same attitude and dedication on the field that she does in the classroom.
“I’m really excited to have her continue her education here and play for the Tigers.”
Ehrenfried, who said she chose DWU because of how welcome the team made her feel and the direction the program is heading under Glasgow, joins Brittany Ochs (Keenesburg, Colo.); Brooklyn Oehlerking (Harrisburg) and Megan Peltier (Sioux Falls) as the Tigers’ first four recruits for 2014.
Dakota Wesleyan went 4-12-2 in 2013 and loses four seniors to graduation in May.