NWU Success Stories!

Stories

Not only do Northwest United strive for achievement on the field throughout the whole club, we also want to assist and praise our family off the field too!

See below for success stories outside of soccer, and the achievements our families are having in the Skagit County and surrounding areas!

Girls High School All Conference Recognition!

Congratulations to all the Northwest United players who earned All Conference recognition for excellent contributions to their high school teams:

 

 

We are proud of your hard work, effort, and achievements in your high school season. We look forward to having our girls back with us for their club season!

Deziree Gutierrez stars in Annie!

Northwest United and the NWU G07 Red team want to wish Deziree Gutierrez good luck and to 'break a leg' with her role as an orphan in the play Annie! Congratulations, we are all thinking of you!

Grace Dilworth joins the Fidalgo Youth Symphony!

This is Grace Dilworth's 3rd year playing for NWU on the G06 Red team.  As much as she enjoys soccer, she also loves to play the violin!

Grace has taken private lessons for almost 8 years and currently plays for the Fidalgo Youth Symphony.  Just like soccer, violin requires constant practice and attention to detail.  When she is not on the pitch with her teammates, she is most likely playing the violin. When she is older, she has visions of playing college soccer and performing in a professional symphony. 

Well done Grace!

Mikhaela Cortez Verbally Commits to UTSA Road Runners!

Northwest United is thrilled to announce that Mikhaela Cortez has achieved this success as she has made a verbal commitment to play Division 1 College Soccer at the University of Texas San Antonio!

Mikhaela, Class of 2020, will be moving to Texas to play in Conference USA for the UTSA Road Runners! Alongside her sporting achievement, Mikhaela plans to study either biology or chemistry to work towards becoming a psychiatrist. While attending UTSA, she also plans on exploring the possibility of coaching at the collegiate level.

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