Seslija Competes With Bosnia & Herzegovina In World Cup Qualifiers
WORCESTER, Mass. – Holy Cross junior forward Ang Seslija recently competed with Bosnia & Herzegovina in qualifying matches for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Seslija appeared in a pair of games with the national team last week.
Bosnia & Herzegovina fell to England 4-0 in their first match of the week on Nov. 24, before taking a 1-0 setback to Wales on Nov. 28. Seslija started in the match against England, and appeared as a substitute against Wales. Bosnia & Herzegovina is currently ranked third in its qualifying group with three point, having defeated Kazakhstan 2-0 in its first qualifying match back in October. The team is set to return to action on April 5 and 10, when it takes on Russia and England respectively.
Seslija was the top scorer for the Crusaders during the 2017 season, notching eight points on four goals. She was also the team leader in shots with 31, and shots on goal with 18. The junior was named Third Team All-Patriot League, marking the second straight year she received all-conference honors. In her career, Seslija has totaled 24 points with 11 goals and two assists.