SACRAMENTO – Sacramento State Goalkeeper Mia Shalit was called up to camp with the Peru Women’s National Team to prepare for a pair of competitive windows from late June to July.
Shalit said: “I am extremely honored and delighted to have had the opportunity to compete for a spot on the Peru Women’s National Team and build on a nearly seven-year journey with Peru as the national team goalkeeper. U17 and U20″.
One of the 30 players – and four goalkeepers – will be called up, and Shalit and her teammates will call up and begin training on June 13 before a friendly against Mexico on June 25. and June 28. If she makes the final list, Shalit will then represent Peru in the 2022 CONMEBOL Women’s Copa America in Colombia, starting with a Group B match against Argentina on July 12. and includes matches against Venezuela (July 15), Uruguay (July 18) and defending champions Brazil (July 21).
¡En busca del objetivo! ����
– Selección Peruana �� (@SeleccionPeru) June 6, 2022
This is not the first international experience for Chula Vista, California, home of Shalit who has been a member of the national teams of different age groups of Peru since 2015, serving as the starting goalkeeper for the Under-17 team. in 2017 and 2018 and most recently, won a starting spot for the U20 team in 2020, representing the nation at the U20 Sudamericano Tournament in Argentina.
“I’m incredibly proud of Mia as she relentlessly pursues to be the best goalkeeper she can be for our program and for the Peru Women’s National Team,” head coach Sacramento State women’s soccer Randy Dedini speak.
Shalit ended his first season in a green and yellow shirt for the Hornets in 2021, making 10 starts and finishing with a 4-6 in the net, along with 1.88 goals against him. with averaging and 55 saves with a rate of 0.743 saves.
She made her Sacramento State debut on August 19 against Saint Mary’s in the season opener, saved 11 career-best shots, and took the job full-time on October 8 in a game against Idaho, started in the team’s last nine games. , including keeping a clean sheet in a 1–0 win at Idaho State and a 1–0 loss to third-seeded Northern Arizona in the opening round of the Big Sky Tournament.