Trudy Quidzinski

Green Bay, WI

Nickname: TQ
Green Bay, WI
Currently Living In:
Dekalb, IL
Northern Illinois University
Graduation year: 2022
Area of study/what do you want to do:
Elementary Education
Student Athlete

Position: Attacking Midfield
Playing Soccer Since:
4 years old
Last Team You Played For:
Northern Illinois University Huskies
Favorite soccer memory:
Scoring my 1st collegiate goal as a freshman
Biggest soccer accomplishment:
Winning Notre Dame Academy’s 1st ever Women’s Sate Championship the same year I won the U19 State Cup with my U19 SWC club team
Biggest life accomplishment:
Going off to college and maintaining the ability to play soccer and achieve high academics while moving away from my home.
Soccer Idol:
Carli Lloyd

Favorite Food: Pasta or apples 
Favorite Hobby:
Working out or spending time with friends and family 
Hidden talent:
Top 2 Favorite Movies:
Momma Mia and Black Panther 
Favorite Band:
Maroon 5 

What do you bring to the team? Consistency and support.
Why do you love soccer?
Having the blessing of two parents who played division 1 soccer has lead to soccer being a constant presence in my life. My family has supported and helped me develop a sense of passion for soccer, one that I don’t think I would of found without my family. The fact that I can share my passion and the achievements with my family, is why I love soccer. 
Quote from you:
This is an opportunity for girls that I hoped would come to Green Bay for a while now. Being able to engage with the community while playing the sport I love is an opportunity I will not take for granted. I am proud to be selected to represent the Glory and excited to be apart of a new family. 
What are you excited about?
I am excited to be on a team with players that I have played against in the past. I look forward to developing new long lasting relationships. 
What does this mean for you?
This means I get to represent not only the Green Bay Area, but my family and college team as well. 
Trudy says...

We all have one goal as a team; which is improving on the field as a soccer player and off the field as a community member.