Sydney Miramontez

Sydney Miramontez
Sydney Miramontez
Sydney Miramontez
Real Name: Sydney Miramontez
HT: 5' 7"
Age: 24 (10/11/1994)
Birthplace: Lenexa, KS
Hometown: Lenexa, KS

Utah Royals FC (2018-Present): 2017 NWSL player allocation

FC Kansas City (2017): Free agent signing form GSI Pride

GSI Pride (WPSL) (2017): Free agent signing from GSI Pride


Professional Career:

2018: Started in six of her 10 season appearances and played 639 minutes...on loan to Western Sydney Wanderers... 

2017: Started in all five games played for FC Kansas City, where she registered one assist...prior to signing with FC Kansas City, Miramontez played in three games with GSI Pride (WPSL)...has played a total of five games in the NWSL.

International Career:2017: Rostered to USWNT U-23


College Career:

2016: Sydney Miramontez led the Nebraska Huskers in assists with seven and also added one goal in helping Nebraska to the NCAA Tournament. Miramontez earned third-team NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region and All-Big Ten second-team honors following the season. Her lone goal of the 2016 campaign was the game winner in the season opener against Marquette on Aug. 19. Miramontez started all 22 games and played the most minutes of any non-goalie on the team (2,101). She tallied all seven of her assists during a nine-game stretch, many of which were from corner kicks.  Miramontez had 17 shots, 11 of which were on goal, during her final season at Nebraska.

2015: Miramontez led the team in assists (five) and scored once during the 2015 campaign. Miramontez, who started all 17 games, recorded 12 shots (four on goal). On Oct. 23 at Iowa, she scored in the 44th minute off a corner kick in a game the Huskers won 5-3. She added two assists during the game. Miramontez also registered two assists at DePaul and added one against Central Michigan.

2014: Miramontez made 12 appearances and started five games for the Huskers in 2014. She scored NU's final goal in the season opener against SMU on Aug. 22 off an assist from Courtney Claassen in the 75th minute. Miramontez took two shots on goal in the game to help the Huskers to a 4-0 victory. Miramontez took 14 shots for the season, five of which were on goal. She averaged 51 minutes per contest as a midfielder.

2013: Miramontez was the only Husker freshman to compete in all 24 matches in 2013, including four starts. Miramontez was named to the 2013 Big Ten All-Freshman Team after a stellar debut season. Miramontez earned her first career goal after settling a cross from Hannah Dittmar to give NU its first lead with 62:28 on the clock against Cincinnati on Aug. 25. Miramontez totaled three shots in the 4-1 victory over the Bearcats. On Sept. 2 at Utah State, Miramontez broke a stalemate when she sent the ball into the upper-left corner of the net from 15 yards out for her second goal of the year. The goal gave NU a 1-0 lead at the 35:28 mark. Miramontez finished with three shots on net. Miramontez made her first career start at Illinois on Sept. 29. She recorded her first three-point performance with a goal and an assist against the Illini. Miramontez posted an unassisted goal from 20 yards out and assisted on Mayme Conroy's fourth goal of the year to give the Huskers a 2-0 lead. Nebraska ultimately pulled out a 3-2 win. Miramontez notched her first career assist to set up the game-winner for Jordan Jackson in the 2-1 road win at Northwestern on Sept. 27. In the NCAA Tournament first-round victory over Southeastern Louisiana, Miramontez came off the bench to play 50 minutes and record a season-high six shots, including two on goal. 

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