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Women's Recruiting Nov 18, 2020

Baylor University reveals six-player signing class

WACO, Texas – The Baylor University soccer program added six student-athletes to the 2021 recruiting class, head coach Paul Jobson announced.

Each of the incoming recruits signed their National Letters of Intent, and will join the Bears ahead of the Fall 2021 season.

“Signing Day is always really exciting around here as we finally get to announce the student-athletes as part of our family,” Jobson said. “Some have been verbally committed for over a year, and I know they are also excited to make it official. We are really excited to welcome this group to our family and we know they will be a great addition to the program. They are not only great students and soccer players, but they are outstanding young women as well.”

Ava Colberg

Defender, Frisco, Texas, Memorial High School, Sting SC

Ava Colberg joins the Bears out of Frisco, Texas, and Memorial High School. She played club for Sting SC.

Colberg received Newcomer and Offensive Player of the Year awards at Memorial, as she recorded the most goals on the team as a junior. For Sting, she was named an ECNL Player to Watch for the 2018-19 season in addition to being named to the ECNL All-Conference team as a defender in 2017-18. She helped lead the Sting to the 2018 Dallas International Cup Championship as well as an ECNL semifinalist finish.

Jordan Ryan

Forward, Troy, Michigan, Laurel Springs School, Vardar

Jordan Ryan joins the Bears out of Troy, Mich., and Laurel Springs School. She played club for Vardar under Demir Muftari.

Ryan is a three-year starter for her high school’s varsity squad. In 2019, she was the top scorer as she led her team to the district championship. The year prior, her team advanced to the regional finals. She also lettered in volleyball.

Lorelai Stramrood

Defender, Tomball, Texas, Tomball Memorial High School, Challenge SC

Lorelai Stramrood joins the Bears out of Tomball, Texas, and Tomball Memorial High School. She played club for Challenge SC under Coach Pat O’Toole.

Stramrood was twice named her district’s MVP in addition to earning All-Region and All-State honors. She finished fourth in the ECNL in scoring with 16 goals for the 2019-20 season as she earned a spot in the ECNL National Selection Games. Stramrood also lettered in volleyball where she picked up first-team all-district honors in addition to being named the team’s MVP. She is currently the kicker for the undefeated Tomball Memorial football team.

Haven Terry

Forward, Missouri City, Texas, Ridge Point High School, Houston Dash

Haven Terry joins the Bears out of Missouri City, Texas, and Ridge Point High School. She played club for the Houston Dash under Omar Morales.

Terry was her district’s Newcomer of the Year in 2018 as she helped lead her team to the district title. She also earned first-team all-district honors and was named her squad’s Offensive Player of the Year.  Her club team finished third in the nation in DA in 2020.

Sophie Wilson

Midfielder/Forward, Ames, Iowa, Ames High School, Iowa Rush

Sophie Wilson joins the Bears out of Ames, Iowa, and Ames High School. She played club for the Iowa Rush under Daryn Brazeau.

Wilson, her high school’s assist leader in 2018, is a three-time Iowa Soccer State Cup champion with her club team. The Rush also advanced to the National League USYS National Championships in 2019. She was also a member of the Iowa Olympic Development Program and the Midwest Regional Olympic Development Program.

Kate Zimmerman

Defender, Houston, Texas, Clear Lake High School, Albion Hurricanes

Kate Zimmerman joins the Bears out of Houston, Texas, and Clear Lake High School. She played club for the Albion Hurricanes under Rafa Brazo.

Zimmerman was a standout defender for Clear Lake as well as her club team as she was named her district’s Defensive Player of the Year in addition to receiving All-Region honors. In club, she advanced to the Champions League playoffs in 2018 and the North American Cup playoffs in 2019.

2021 Baylor Soccer

Ava Colberg
Defender, Frisco, Texas, Memorial High School, Sting SC

Jordan Ryan
Forward, Troy, Michigan, Laurel Springs School, Vardar

Lorelai Stramrood
Defender, Tomball, Texas, Tomball Memorial High School, Challenge SC

Haven Terry
Forward, Missouri City, Texas, Ridge Point High School, Houston Dash

Sophie Wilson
Midfielder/Forward, Ames, Iowa, Ames High School, Iowa Rush

Kate Zimmerman
Defender, Houston, Texas, Clear Lake High School, Albion Hurricanes