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HANOVER, N.H. – Goalkeeper Tatiana Saunders played for Dartmouth women’s soccer from 2011-15 and recently signed a contract to play with Iceland Fimleikafèlag Hafnarfjarðar this summer.

Saunders traveled to Iceland in January to practice with the team before FH offered her a contract to play at the Pepsi League this summer, she also plays with England’s younger national team. 

During her four years playing for the Big Green, Saunders started in 57 games in the net and finished with a career record of 26-24-14. She was named to First Team All-Ivy in 2012 and Second Team All-Ivy in 2014, as well as NSCAA All-Region Second Team her sophomore season. In her senior season Saunders recorded seven shutouts and allowed only 11 goals with a 0.69 goals-against average.

Saunders is joined by Hanna Barker as the other American player to join Iceland FH, Barker just finished her senior season playing for Stephen F. Austin.

Iceland FH is a professional sports club based in the city of Hafnarfjörður, with teams in soccer, handball, track and fencing. The Pepsi League is Iceland’s premier division of soccer and FH has had a handful of American players join the squad in recent years.