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Employment History

Striker

St. Pedro Poveda College


Stanford University


Striker


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Philippine-Women-NT

cebufa.org [cached]

Led by Milka Romero, a striker from St. Pedro Poveda College, the team lost 2-0 in the finals.
For her courageous performance, Romero was named MVP of the team during the contingent's awarding ceremonies held at the Manila Peninsula last Sunday.


AFF - The Official Website Of The Asean Football Federation

www.aseanfootball.org [cached]

Represented by the Makati Football Club, the Philippines football team is led by Milka Romero, a striker from St. Pedro Poveda College, who had also played for the Stanford team in San Francisco last year.
In the 2007 Gothia World Youth Cup in Goteborg, the young girls put up perhaps their best performance in the 25-year history of the event to be among the top 16 out of 140 participating teams. THE PHILIPPINES WOMEN FOOTBALL TEAM Milka Romero, Mikaela Sumulong, Mica Veloso, Marie Huff, Cristina Vergara, Beatriz Pedrosa, Ria Tensuan, Gabby Yupangco, Feliz Garcia, Shady Tuason, Presley Cunningham, Ma.


pinoysoccer.com

Led by Milka Romero, a striker from St. Pedro Poveda College, the team lost 2-0 in the finals. For her courageous performance, Romero was named MVP of the team during the contingent's awarding ceremonies held at the Manila Peninsula last Sunday.


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