Kenney to play for Gordon College in Massachusetts

[May 27, 2019 - Harmon, Guam] Guam national football player and scholar-athlete Sabrina Ann Tiningmad Kenney will continue her ascent through Guam’s elite player pathway as she ventures into intercollegiate women’s soccer this fall after officially signing with Gordon College.

The Fighting Scots compete in the Commonwealth Coast Conference, affiliated with NCAA Div. III, and made it to the conference semifinals last year, according to the Gordon Athletics Web site.

“I’m really, really looking forward to developing my game a lot more out there with new experiences,” Kenney said. “With everyone who I’ve spoken about intercollegiate soccer in the States, they say that soccer there is faster and more physical, so those are the areas of my game that I’m looking forward to grow into and improve the most.”


Wilson accepts FIFA Women's Football Consultant role

[February 27, 2019 - Harmon, Guam] Guam Football Association Technical Director Belinda Wilson has recently accepted a role with FIFA as Women’s Football Consultant for the Asia Pacific region, which comes under the newly established Women’s Football Division within FIFA.

As Women’s Football Consultant, Wilson will be tasked to aid the roll out of FIFA’s Women’s Football Strategy, working with AFC and OFC member associations through support, development, and implementation of programs in the Asia and Oceania region, including Guam. With the new role, Wilson will be based out of her hometown of Byron Bay, Australia and will complete her contract with GFA through to mid April.


Areas of improvement highlighted during EAFF tourney

[September 8, 2018 - Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia] Following the conclusion of the EAFF E-1 Football Championship Round 1 women’s competition Friday evening in Mongolia, key areas of improvement have been noted to strengthen the Guam Women’s National Team for future tournaments.

“The tournament has highlighted some major areas of improvement that is needed going forward,” said Belinda Wilson, Head Coach of the Masakåda. “We need to start with the basics and players need a stronger foundation of technical ability and game understanding. This all comes from a strong Coach Education program that supports and develops Guam’s proactive playing style and philosophy and is developed from Grassroots to senior football, creating Guam players who can compete at the highest level.”

In Friday’s match against the Northern Mariana Islands, the final finishing touch on team build-up plays eluded the Masakåda for the scoreless draw result after 90 minutes of play.


Masakåda looks forward to island derby against NMI

[September 6, 2018 - Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia] The Guam Masakåda looks forward to an island derby against neighbors Northern Mariana Islands as the EAFF E-1 Football Championship Preliminary Competition Round 1 women’s competition comes to a close Friday afternoon in Ulaanbaator, Mongolia.

The Masakåda are 1-1 in tournament standings entering the final day of play while NMI holds a 0-1-1 record through second day competition.

“(Wednesday night’s) match was a disappointment,” said Masakåda winger Colleen Naden, referring to the team’s match against Mongolia. “We had worked on our game plan but did not execute it – the result shows just that. We still have one more game left and we’re going to come out stronger and smarter to finish off this tournament on a positive note.”


Guam Masakåda dominates Macau in EAFF E-1 opener

[September 3, 2018 - Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia] Guam’s progressive tactical development proved too much for Macau as the Masakåda dominated its opponent in a 5-0 shutout victory on Day 1 of the EAFF E-1 Football Championship Round 1 women’s competition in Mongolia Monday.

“I’m really proud of how we came out today,” said Kaycee Hoover, Masakåda captain. “We worked a lot on how our plays were going to progress through training camp and if we can execute it out on the field – I think we did that today. We’re looking forward to the next two games to perfect what we’ve been working on these past two weeks as a team.”

Hoover put Guam on the scoreboard six minutes into the match on a header from just outside the left corner of the goal box to the opposite post off a pass from Phoebe Minato. About 25 minutes later, Hoover took advantage of a botched ball clearance by Macau’s Hoi Ka Kei to double Guam’s lead through to the halftime whistle.


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