Issaquah High alumnus Kaylene Pang (pictured) plays defender for the University of Washington soccer squad during its Aug. 26 home match against Seattle University. Karlee Steuckle, formerly of the ISC Gunners, played forward during the match. After two overtimes, the final score was 0-0. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/ Stop Action Photography

Issaquah High alumnus Kaylene Pang (pictured) plays defender for the University of Washington soccer squad during its Aug. 26 home match against Seattle University. Karlee Steuckle, formerly of the ISC Gunners, played forward during the match. After two overtimes, the final score was 0-0. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/ Stop Action Photography

Issaquah players kick into gear at the University of Washington

  • Wednesday, August 28, 2019 2:53pm
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Issaquah High alumnus Kaylene Pang (pictured) plays defender for the University of Washington soccer squad during its Aug. 26 home match against Seattle University. Karlee Steuckle, formerly of the ISC Gunners, played forward during the match. After two overtimes, the final score was 0-0. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/ Stop Action Photography

Claudia Longo, an Issaquah High alumnus and former ISC Gunner, practices with the University of Washington squad before its match against Seattle University. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/ Stop Action Photography

Issaquah High alumnus Anna Miller (right) gets in some practice time before the University of Washington match against Seattle University. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/ Stop Action Photography

Claudia Longo, an Issaquah High alumnus and former ISC Gunner, practices with the University of Washington squad before its match against Seattle University. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/ Stop Action Photography

Claudia Longo, an Issaquah High alumnus and former ISC Gunner, practices with the University of Washington squad before its match against Seattle University. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/ Stop Action Photography

Issaquah High alumnus Anna Miller (right) gets in some practice time before the University of Washington match against Seattle University. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/ Stop Action Photography

Issaquah High alumnus Anna Miller (right) gets in some practice time before the University of Washington match against Seattle University. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/ Stop Action Photography

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