Lena Perry is a 6-1 goalkeeper from the University of the Pacific currently training for the NWSL Pro Combine. She played for Sierra Canyon High School, CA where she earned several 1st Team All-Alpha honors and helped lead the Trailblazers for a CIF Division IV Championship; while also playing for Sherman Oaks Extreme in Los Angeles, CA. She was awarded the Trailblazer Award for her student-athlete accomplishments, along with the Athlete Award for also being apart of the Varsity Volleyball Team, Swim Team, Track & Field Team, and Dance Team. At the DI level, she played soccer at UOP, along with 3 years of Track & Field where she holds the school record in the high jump, 4x100m, and 100m hurdles. In soccer, she lead the WCC in 2015 and 2016 in saves-per-game, and will leave Pacific with the 5th most saves at 179. In Oct. 2016, she was 6th in the nation for DI saves-per-game (~8). She has been nominated for top #5 WCC player of the week, and was awarded Hero Sports HERO of the week against #18UCONN recording 16 saves with one goal against. She graduated Cum Laude in May’17 with a BA in Health, Exercises and Sport Sciences as a Sports Medicine major and Business Minor, and Summa Cum Laude in May’19 with a MA in Exercise Physiology. Currently, she is the Associate Head Soccer Coach for the Sierra Canyon HS Girl’s Varsity Team, and works soccer clinics at Mamba Sports Academy. She enjoys working on the mental/strategic aspect of the game in her trainings, highlighting not only cognition or reaction during agile resistance training, but also focuses on footwork and distribution. Along with coaching, she is also NASM CPT certified and can aid with strength training/recovery. Lena is available for groups and private sessions, and currently resides in North Hills, CA.