NCAA - Women's Recruiting
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Florida Atlantic University women's soccer and Head Coach Patrick Baker have revealed the first five signees for the Class of 2019, a group that will be on their way to Boca Raton this summer.
The St. John's women's soccer team has added yet another piece to its 2019 roster, securing a commitment from Fairfield transfer Alex Madden, who will enroll at the University next semester and be eligible to play immediately.
Florida Gulf Coast University's top-10 ranked scoring offense just became more potent as Louise Lillback becomes the newest addition to the Eagles' attack.
Head coach Erica Dambach has announced the 2019 women's soccer recruiting class, which is comprised of nine student-athletes.
As his first signing class as women's soccer head coach at James Madison, Joshua Walters, Jr. announced the addition of eight newcomers for the Dukes' 2018 campaign.
New NCAA Women's Division I soccer dead period approved, compelling annual ECNL Sanford and Disney Showcase to change dates.
Stanford completed its Class of 2016 when it added Ami Kalokoh, as announced recently by head coach Paul Ratcliffe.
Virginia Tech women’s soccer head coach Chugger Adair has announced the signing of Mandy McGlynn to a national letter of intent to join the Hokies for the 2016 season.
The latest college commitments reported to SoccerWire.