South Dakota State soccer added transfer Kayla Wisniewski.
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With the addition of freshman Madison McElhone to the incoming class, Florida Atlantic University women's soccer now can count six newcomers on their way to Boca Raton and onto the 2019 roster.
Oklahoma soccer head coach Matt Potter announced the signing of 12 exceptional student-athletes to National Letters of Intent during the early signing period.
Cleveland State women's soccer head coach Dallas Boyer announced the addition of three transfers to the upcoming 2019 roster, as Allison Martin (Medina, Ohio), Elizabeth Harper (Monroeville, Pa.) and Bri Shingary (Medina, Ohio) are set to join the Vikings next season.
University of Michigan women's soccer head coach Jennifer Klein has announced the signing of her first recruiting class. Klein signed eight to National Letters of Intent in the 2019 class, which includes a balance of attacking and defensive personnel and one goalkeeper.
Two-time national champion Stanford improved its roster with five future Cardinal signing National Letters of Intent to join the program in the fall of 2019.
Loyola University Chicago head women's soccer coach Barry Bimbi announced the addition of Abbey Hillman (Naperville, Ill./Naperville Central) to his 2019 recruiting class.
The University of Arkansas women's soccer team and head coach Colby Hale announced the addition of All-Big 12 and All-Region transfer goalkeeper Katie Lund on Wednesday.
Mizzou Soccer inked eight more future student-athletes to National Letters of Intent, announced Tuesday, January 22 by head coach Bryan Blitz. The group will make its collective debut at Walton Stadium during the 2020 season.
The following NCAA soccer commitments have been reported to SoccerWire.com thus far during the month of March 2020.