Rylee Foster

#25 Rylee Foster

GK | Fr. | 5-9 | Cambridge, Ontario | Glenview Park Secondary

  • Two-year member of the Canadian U-20 Women’s National Team

High School

  •  Made Canadian Youth Program debut in 2013 at age 15 and has started 10 matches and played 841 minutes, earning five clean sheets and allowing just four goals
  •  As a member of the Canadian U-20 Women’s National Team, won Silver medal at the 2015 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship Honduras alongside Mountaineer teammate Bianca St. Georges
  •  Also played alongside Mountaineers Kadeisha Buchanan, Ashley Lawrence and Amandine Pierre-Louis at the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada
  •  Previously was a two-year member of the Canadian Women’s National U-17 Team and competed at the 2014 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Costa Rica with St. Georges and Easther Mayi Kith
  •  Also won the Silver medal at the 2013 CONCACAF Women’s U-17 Championship Jamaica and earned the Golden Glove Award, as well as a spot on the Best XI Team
  •  Ran track for Glenview Park Secondary and was named the Junior Track Athlete of the Year


  •  Daughter of Dave and Kim Foster
  •  Has two sisters
  •  Birthday is August 13
  •  Majoring in pre-sport management 
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Foster Named to Canadian U-20 Roster

By Shannon McNamara | June 22, 2017

Rising West Virginia University sophomore goalkeeper Rylee Foster was named to Canada Soccer’s U-20 Women’s National Team today and will compete at the Australian Three Nations Tournament, July 6-8, in Canberra, Australia.

Foster Earns Big 12 Honor

By Shannon McNamara | October 11, 2016

West Virginia University women’s soccer goalkeeper Rylee Foster has been named the Big 12 Freshman of the Week.

Meet the Mountaineers: Rylee and Michaela

By Shannon McNamara | October 07, 2016

LAWRENCE, KANSAS – The No. 2-ranked West Virginia University women’s soccer team boasts a roster of talented, skilled and interesting student-athletes. This week’s Meet the Mountaineers features two players making a difference on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball – junior forward Michaela Abam, the reigning Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, and freshman goalkeeper Rylee Foster.