Eliza Meltzer

Eliza Headshot I am a Senior Captain at Framingham High School and have been a part of the Framingham varsity soccer team since my sophomore year.  Prior to that, I was recruited to play on the Rivers School girl’s varsity soccer team for my freshman year but was unable to play due to a July injury during Super Y League play. After another injury and surgery last summer I was cleared to play in March and I am rebuilding my stamina and touch.

Currently I play on the Global Premier Soccer (“GPS”) (formerly Mass. Premier Soccer) Lady Knights U17 Premier Team and am also rostered on the Lady Knights U18 Premier Team.  I have been a member of the Lady Knights since U13 and have been playing for MPS since I was a U9 player.  Last year I was selected through the Super Y League ODP identification process and participated in the March 2013 ODP National Camp in Bradenton, Florida.Eliza Heads Up 2

I play center forward, wide forward and midfield in a 4-3-3 formation with my MPS team.  Within my high school’s 4-4-2 formation I play outside defense and outside forward.Videos

Please use the following links for my league and tournament schedules:

League Schedule

Tournament Schedule

High School Schedule

I have also been very involved in my community, volunteering for over 100 hours at a summer day camp for children and adults with disabilities.  This past fall I was the head coach for a U10 Framingham girls’ soccer team.  I have also been involved in the Best Buddies program at Framingham High School and have been a member of the varsity track team, where I received varsity letters for my freshman and sophomore year. At Rivers I was named Most Valuable Athlete for Spring Varsity Track. My track events include the 200M, 400M, 4×100 relay, long jump and triple jump. I am interested in pursuing a career in education and special education.  I have always loved helping others and feel that my strengths include English and psychology.  For the past year I have been working part-time in a preschool.  Right now I am interested in teaching elementary education in an inclusion classroom. My current GPS coach is Rob Holliday and he is being assisted by my former coach, Karl Southwick. Coach Southwick has been coaching me for three years.

 Their contact information is listed below: Rob Holliday: coachrobholliday@gmail.com (617)-620-2364   Karl Southwick: ksouthwick@globalpremiersoccer.com (508)-371-5016 Thank you for your time and consideration. Eliza Meltzer
10 Duggan Drive
Framingham, MA 01702