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NCAA May 25, 2022

Coastal Carolina women’s soccer adds five transfers for 2022 season

CONWAY, S.C.  – Coastal Carolina’s women’s soccer head coach Paul Hogan has announced the addition of five transfers to the Chanticleers roster this fall.

“During this recruiting cycle we were looking to add some maturity and experience,” Hogan said. “We think these five will impact our program and help provide wisdom that comes from playing college soccer.”

Roci Fernandez: Madrid, Spain (Tyler Junior College, Tyler, Texas.)
A native of Madrid, Spain, Fernandez comes to Coastal Carolina after spending two seasons at Tyler Junior College where the defender appeared in 40 matches, starting 37. Fernandez notched three goals, 11 assists, and recorded 17 points with 30 shots, nine shots on goal with one game-winning goal. She spent one year as captain and was also named a 2021 All-American by the United Soccer Coaches Association.

Katelyn Kellogg: Louisville, Ky. (Gardner-Webb, Boiling Springs, N.C.)
Kellogg makes the trip south after spending the last four seasons at Gardner-Webb where the Louisville native saw action in 43 games, starting 37 and logging 3369.08 minutes in goal. Kellogg finished the 2021 season ranked third in NCAA Division I in total saves (140) and seventh in saves per game while also being named to the All-Tournament Team, a two-time Big South Defensive Player of the Week, and to the NCCSIA All-State Team. In 2020, Kellogg was named to the 2020 Big South All-Tournament Team. Notably, she was a member of the United State Virgin Islands National Team.

Victoria K­yriakopoulos: Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada (Western Michigan, Kalamazoo, Mich.)
A midfielder from Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada, Kyriakopoulos played three seasons at Western Michigan University where she appeared in 49 games and started 38, netted one goal, and added one helper. Kyriakopoulos logged 2,727 total minutes on the pitch for the Broncos. In 2018, she was named to the MAC All-Freshman team and tallied her first career goal, a game-winner. Kyriakopoulos contributed to three shutouts and was named Academic All-MAC in 2019.

Asha McClurg: Busselton, Western Australia (Sussex County Community College, Newton, N.J.)
McClurg appeared in 22 matches, starting 21 games for Sussex County Community College where she notched four goals and one helper recording nine points. The Busselton, Australia native also tallied a game-winner during the 2021 fall season. McClurg was named a two-time NJCAA Region 19 All-Region First Team (2020, 2021) and also an NJCAA All-American honorable mention following the 2020 season. Notably, she was a member of the Sussex County Community College team to advance to the national tournament.

Raegan Meyer: Wake Forest, N.C. (USC Upstate, Spartanburg, S.C.)
A winger from Wake Forest, N.C. Meyer comes to CCU after spending one season at USC Upstate, where she started all eight matches on the season for the Spartans and tallied two points on the season. Meyer scored one goal on six shots while also logging 757 total minutes and six complete matches on the year.

Coastal Carolina finished the 2021 season 6-9-2 overall and 4-5-1 in Sun Belt Conference play. The Chanticleers fell to Georgia Southern 1-0 in the Sun Belt Soccer Championship Quarterfinals.

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