Alumni

 
 

David Parfett

David Parfett was in our soccer academy since grade 6. He’s currently a centre midfielder playing for Surrey United Soccer Club. David was selected for the provincial soccer team in grade 8 and played for team BC for 2 and a half years, winning silver at the national tournament and making the western all star team in 2012.  He’s recently gotten a sports scholarship to UFV, and will be playing for their soccer team in fall 2016.

 
 

Dylan Reehal

Dylan Reehal was in our soccer academy program since Grade 6. Dylan has developed and grown as a student, athlete and person. That makes him a 3 year soccer academy alumni! He is also currently in the Abbotsford Senior Soccer Academy. He has played in the BCSPL with the local Fraser Valley soccer team. In 2011, he travelled with a local soccer school out in Burnaby to Denmark and Sweden for soccer tournaments. The Gothia Cup in Sweden known as the Youth World Cup, is the largest and most international youth tournament that features over 1500 teams from 80 countries.

“I play many positions, such as Centre Midfield and Striker. Being in the soccer academy has helped me become a better soccer player on and off the field. The coaches that the soccer academy has to offer have a very high knowledge of the game and teach you every aspect of the game. Over my years through the middle school program and now currently being in the Abby Senior program, I have grown to become a better player and person. To whom ever that wants to continue their career as a soccer player, I highly recommend to take the soccer academy and build your game to higher levels”. 

 
 

Hailey Waterhouse

Center Midfielder

Hailey Waterhouse began with the program in her grade 6 year. Playing Division 1 in Abbotsford for many years she then moved on the play for Chilliwack’s division 1 team. That team went on to win provincials that year. In grade 8 Hailey was asked to join the high school senior soccer team. She now plays for a metro team in Poco. 

 
 

Bryana Buttar

Defense

Bryana Buttar has been a part of the soccer academy since coming to Abby in grade six. Bryana Buttar joined Whitecaps FC Girls Elite REX Program in Partnership with BC Soccer in January 2015 after previously playing with Fraser Valley FC in the EA SPORTS BC Soccer Premier League (BCSPL). Buttar has represented Canada at the 2014 CONCACAF Girls' U-15 Championship in the Cayman Islands, where Canada beat Haiti in the final. In November, Buttar was called into the first U-13/U-15 camp for Canada Soccer Women’s National EXCEL Program, presented by Bell. Captained the U-13 Fraser Valley in the BCSPL. Attended the 2014 Pacific Challenge Series in the U-14 age group, the series focuses on player identification and player development. The defender was included in Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the Provincial Development Program. She was invited to Phase 1 at U-13 before moving up to U-14 for Phase 2. 

 
 

Nadja Reimer

Midfielder

Nadja Reimer has been in the soccer academy program since grade 6. When she started with the program she was playing at house level. Two years later she was awarded MVP of her division 2 team and the following year made it onto a division 1 team. She was also asked to play on the high school senior soccer team when she was in grade 8. 

 
 

Kree Byrne

Kree was tied for top scorer in UFV’s 2015 regular season, and was the only UFV men’s soccer player to also receive the CIS Academics All Canadian award.

 
 

Tammer Bryne

Canada West All Star

University of the Fraser Valley soccer player Tammer Byrne was chosen as a Canada-West All star at the Canada-West Award ceremonies this year (where UFV came 3rd). Tammer was also the All sport Rookie of the Year for 2014 at UFV.

A sophomore from Abbotsford, Byrne was voted a second team all star as a defensive player.