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Skyler Oldenburg ‘24 Recruiting Profile

  • Omaha Central High School
  • Women's Soccer
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Skyler Oldenburg's Women's Soccer Recruiting Profile
Nebraska State Soccer Association
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Mile Time
2 Mile Time

Personal Statement

Playing soccer makes me feel empowered.  I‘m playing a very competitive sport that pushes me to my fullest potential. I like being able to work with my team to show what it takes to be the best out there.  I am good at communicating to get the ball or to help out a teammate.  I’m also good at running.  My agility to get to the ball as fast as possible, then make the right decision to be able to win the ball are some of  my key contributions to my team.

The best part of soccer is playing higher and more skilled teams. I also love to feel like a family with my team. Whether it is getting excited when we win or beat the team or to know when we need to keep working and the areas to get better in. The hardest part is playing competitive teams and staying strong and aggressive the whole game no matter the score. Being on a team is important to me because  I can come to practice and games and give it my all to help my team.  They help me get  better too. 

 I am a leader on the field because I can communicate and be a role model for others, play my hardest, use my competition to get better and be able to lead the team. The best coach for me is one that pushes me to get better everyday, gives me constructive criticism, and works me to my fullest potential. Soccer helps me work hard on and off the field to accomplish any dreams, when to push myself harder and when to know when to take a break. It also challenges me to find new ways to  accomplish future goals in soccer and school. 

My future goals are to play varsity high school soccer for all 4 years and to get a scholarship to a college.   I want to focus on academics as much as soccer and look forward to working in the medical field to become a physical therapist . 


High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity:
  • 1 year
  • Varsity Starter:
  • 1 year
  • 2021 Varsity Team
  • Starter - Jersey:

Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience:
  • 5 seasons
  • 2021 Nebraska State Soccer Association (Women's Soccer)
  • 2020 Sporting Omaha FC (05 Gold)
  • Notes: Plays up with an 05 team even though an 06 birth year. Played on both the 05 Elite and Gold teams this season
  • 2020 Nebraska ODP (15U - 06Girls ODP State Pool)
  • 2019 Sporting Omaha (2005 Gold)
  • Notes: Plays a year up (Birth year 2006 but plays 2005)
  • 2018 Sporting Omaha FC (2005 Gold)
  • Notes: Plays a year up (Birth year 2006 but plays 2005)

Coach References

  • Other
  • Adam Sanchez
  • Travel / Club Coach
  • Ben Liesveld
  • Travel / Club Coach
  • Jake Watson



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Test Scores

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High School Information

High School:
Omaha Central High School

Academic Accomplishments

Honors Classes:
Yes. Honors US History Honors Physical Science
Registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center?

Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • Honor Roll
  • Award
    • Purple Feather Award
  • Award
    • Academic Letter
  • Activity
    • Certified Referee
  • Activity
    • plays tennis
  • Activity
    • runs Cross Country
  • Activity
    • Zoo Volunteer Program
  • Activity
    • Church youth group member for 2 different churches
  • Activity
    • youth group volunteer

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Statistic 2020 Sporting O
Goals 10
Assists 8
Shots on Goal 25


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