Baylor University signs Wake Forest transfer Breckyn Monteith
“We are excited to have Breckyn join our family,” Jobson said. “We identified her as a potential member of our family during the initial recruiting process. When she reached out, it was a no-brainer for us, especially with the soccer experience she received this past fall at Wake Forest.”
The Charlotte, N.C., native played in eight games in the fall for Wake Forest, with five starts at the right back position. Monteith logged 479 total minutes, including the duration of both overtime matches against Duke.
Monteith holds the record for the most goals scored in a season at South Lake Christian Academy and played club ball for Charlotte Soccer Academy. She was called up to the Northern Ireland National Team on multiple occasions.
As a freshman in high school, she made her debut in a friendly against Slovakia before she made the US Development Academy Nationals in San Diego a year later. As a junior, she was called up to the U17 Northern Ireland National Team and scored a goal against Kazakhstan. Monteith also traveled with the U19 Northern Ireland National Team to England for friendlies against Canada and England and started both matches.
She joins a 2021 recruiting class that now consists of seven that will see the field for the Bears in the fall.
2021 Baylor Soccer
Defender, Frisco, Texas, Memorial High School, Sting FC
Defender, Charlotte, N.C., South Lake Christian Academy, Charlotte Soccer Academy, Wake Forest
Forward, Troy, Michigan, Laurel Springs School, Vardar
Defender, Tomball, Texas, Tomball Memorial High School, Challenge SC
Forward, Missouri City, Texas, Ridge Point High School, Houston Dash
Midfielder/Forward, Ames, Iowa, Ames High School, Iowa Rush
Defender, Houston, Texas, Clear Lake High School, Albion Hurricanes
UAB added Laura Zemberyova to its roster.
Ole Miss added Virginia Tech transfer Sydney Ash.
Santa Clara women's soccer has signed Addie Follett.
The Huskers have signed 11 recruits.
Kansas State soccer signed an Ohio State transfer.
Nevada signed a mid-year transfer from Oregon.