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    Erin Soroko-Drazic

    Inductee Information
    NameErin Soroko-Drazic







    Inducted2015
    Induction CategoryPlayer
    UniversityUniversity of Winnipeg
    Team1996-2001 Wesmen

    Biography



    Erin Soroko is one of the best ever to play at the University of Winnipeg. After graduating from Miles Macdonell Collegiate in 1996, she began a five year career with the Wesmen that saw her establish herself as one of the top players in Canada. She was a three-time CIS / CIAU All-Canadian in 1998, 1999 and 2000 as well as being selected a three-time GPAC / Canada West All-Star. She
    was also the GPAC Player-of-the Year twice and GPAC Most Valuable Player in her graduating year. 

    During her career, she scored 1483 points for an average of 17 points per game and collected 574 rebounds (6.6 per game). In both of these statistical categories she ranks in the top three in Wesmen history. She was named the University of Winnipeg Athlete-of-the-Year three times in 1999, 2000 and 2001 and an Academic All-Canadian. In addition, she represented Canada at the World University Games in Palma de Mallorca, Spain in 1999 and in Beijing, China in 2001. 
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