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Sara Edwards Rohner
Sara is a veteran of the sport, playing internationally for the USA Freedom and training with several AFLW teams, including the Western Bulldogs, Collingwood Magpies and Gold Coast Suns. Her athletic background includes soccer and international 7s and 15s rugby union. Sara founded the Centennial Tigers. She gets the utmost satisfaction from watching women transform through empowerment. Sara is the current president.
Jenn never played sports until recently and has since fallen in love with footy. She is entering her third season. Jenn’s loyalty, dedication and positivity are a life force on the Tigers. She spent her life always giving to others and is now getting the chance to give back to herself. Jenn is a founding member of the club and current vice president.
Amanda dabbled in sports throughout her life, including soccer and rugby in her teenage years. She started playing footy in 2018 and has found her home in the back pocket. Her strength and a solid boot keep the Tigers out of trouble on defense. She never gives up and works hard to crumb in the backline. Amanda is a founding member of the club and current secretary.
Carolyn’s love for Australian Rules Football is one for the books. She used to watch the game back in the 80s when ESPN broadcast games in the United States. When Carolyn found out both of her daughters wanted to play the game, her enthusiasm couldn’t be contained. Carolyn is no stranger to founding women’s sports teams either. She and her two sisters started one of the first all-women’s ice hockey teams in Pittsburgh back in the 1970s. She is a founding member of the Tigers and current treasurer.
Carly is one of the most-talented center halfbacks in the nation. Although a Colorado native, she first learned about footy while living in Sacramento, California. Her experience in various sports such as soccer, volleyball, track, basketball and crew give her the hand up when reading the field, ensuring quick decision making and communicating to teammates. Her long booming kick is one to be envied. Carly is a founding member and current member at-large.
Jessie has a long history with a variety of sports, including rugby, basketball, volleyball, and golf. Her tenacity and desire to compete at her best ability is admirable. Her mental and physical toughness will give the Tigers a leg up on the oval. She is loyal and dedicated, encompassing what it means to be a Tiger. Read Jessie’s Essay Here.
“Koo” is undoubtedly the most-consistent athlete on the Tigers. Her ability to master technical skills make her a threat on the field. She doesn’t hesitate to crumb for the ball and sacrifice her body in midfield play–this shouldn’t be surprising seeing how she’s a Denver Firefighter. Koo makes for an excellent marking target, as she connects with teammates and catches the footy almost every time. Koo is a founding member.
Joliet ‘Baby J’ Moya
Joliet “Baby J” Moya is one of the Tigers’ younger athletes. She was a star basketball player in high school, and her athleticism shows on the oval. Joliet protects her fellow on-ballers and never hesitates to throw a good hit on someone. She is an excellent crumber and regularly takes high marks. Joliet is a loyal teammate, and her comic relief always makes for a good time on and off the field. Read Baby J’s Essay Here.
Tami comes from a competitive, athletic background mostly consisting of volleyball. Her height, athleticism and desire to compete translate well to Australian rules football. She is a devoted teammate who isn’t afraid to take risks. Tami encompasses what it means to be a Tiger, and we are so glad she is part of our tribe.
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