Goodman to join SFU

Surrey Storm player commits to university team

Kendra Goodman of the Surrey Storm will be joining the Simon Fraser University Clan (SFU) women’s softball team.

“Kendra brings a wealth of talent and potential to the Clan,” said SFU head coach Mike Renney of the left-hand hitting outfielder. “She comes from a quality program that will have no doubt prepared her for the challenges that university ball will bring.”

Last season an eventful one for Goodman, capturing second place at the 18-and-under Canadian championships, and finishing third at the provincial championships.

“Next year I just want to contribute. No matter what is asked of me I need to seize the opportunity and make the most of it,” said Goodman. “I understand that not many athletes get the chance I have. I am really looking forward to taking my game to the next level under coach Renney.”

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