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Burnaby full-back Sabryna Bailey commits to hometown SFU Red Leafs

Bailey will be joined by five of her Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club teammates.
Burnaby full-back Sabryna Bailey has signed with her hometown SFU Red Leafs.

Sabryna Bailey is staying home. 

The Simon Fraser University (SFU) women's soccer program announced the Burnaby South Secondary product as one of its 2022 recruiting class members. 

"This class is particularly special because they are all players who have had tremendous success at the club level," head coach Annie Hammel said in a news release. 

"The winning mentality and experience they bring will help them make a quick transition to the NCAA. I know they are all committed to pushing our program in the right direction and help us build on the success we have had." 

Bailey played her club football with Coquitlam Metro-Ford (CMFSC) and will be joined by Burnaby Mountain teammates Sarah Caravatta (winger/striker), Alyssa Clark (midfielder), Katelyn Magdalinski (forward), Kiera Scott (winger/striker) and Kate Smith (center back). 

"Sabryna is an overall quality full-back. She is left footed and addresses an immediate need for us at the position," Hammel added. 

"She is blessed with incredible passing range, and a big engine which enables her to get up and down the channels." 

The SFU Red Leafs' 2022 season ended on Nov. 3 with a 3-0 loss to Western Washington in the GNAC Championship semis.

The team finished with an overall record of 5-7-7.

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