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Mount women's soccer team set to add local prep player in the fall

Tuesday, March 25, 2014
by Dane Neumeister

Kara Vennemeier, a 5-foot-7, central midfielder from Harrison High School will attend the College and play soccer at the Mount next season, Lions’
Head Coach Josh Hess announced.

Vennemeier earned First Team All-Conference, Second Team All-Conference, and Offensive MVP honors; and set Harrison High School’s assist record during her playing career. She played for Head Coach Troy Kinnett at Harrison High School.

 “Kara is a central midfielder who will bring good playing experience, great skill on the ball and technique to our program,’’ Hess said. “I expect her to make an impact right away in our program. Having a player like Kara join the MSJ women’s soccer family is a huge addition and shows the continued growth in talent within the program. She can play a number of different positions on the field and she will bring composure and quality to each position she plays.

 “Kara is a hard worker, has a great work ethic and is going to bring a lot our program.  She will fit in really well on the field and off! ”

Vennemeier is the daughter of Chris and Mark Vennemeier. She intends to pursue Animal Science/Forensic Science.

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