11 Hope Tsuneyoshi
Photos from the Zags' match against San Diego on October 28, 2017.
Gonzaga Women's Soccer vs. BYU
Women's Soccer vs. Seattle U on 9/24/17.
Photos from Gonzaga vs. Hawaii on September 3, 2017.
The Zags and SMU play to a 1-1 draw in Spokane
SOPHOMORE (2016): Saw action in four matches...played a season-high 17 minutes at San Diego...took one shot against Portland...shot was on goal.FRESHMAN (2015): Appeared in nine matches … took four shots in the season … two shots were against Utah State … played a season-high 36 minutes against Utah State … made a collegiate debut against CSU Bakersfield … played 12 minutes in that game.
HIGH SCHOOL: Tsuneyoshi was a standout on her club team, Leahi 98 Premier, in Honolulu. She was the captain of Leahi 98 and a four-year starter as a center back. Her club won the state title in 2012 and 2014, and placed second in 2013. They also placed first in the Texas Shootout in 2014. At Kamehameha Kapalama High School, she was the starting defensive midfielder, and made the top list of leading scorers in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu Division 1. She was the lone defender on the list. She helped guide KHS to the 2014 state title. The daughter of Chad and Heidi Tsuneyoshi would like to major in human physiology. She would like to become an athletic trainer in the future.
02/07/2018 - Carson Joins Gonzaga WSOC
02/07/2018 - Hale Joins Gonzaga WSOC
02/07/2018 - Maas Joins Gonzaga WSOC
02/07/2018 - Braun Joins Gonzaga WSOC
11/22/2017 - Helm Named Academic All-West Coast Conference
11/07/2017 - Zag Trio Earns Postseason All-WCC Recognitions
11/04/2017 - Zags End Season with 2-1 Setback at LMU