Davidson College adds 7th member to 2021 women’s soccer recruiting class
Midfielder Avery Jericho (Tampa Bay United) has joined a group of six other players that sealed their National Letters of Intent during the early signing period. Jericho joins these six student-athletes who will represent the Wildcats next fall: Aleia Gisolfi-McCready, Raine Jones, Katie McCormack, Maddie Moody, Emily Smith and Katy Talotta.
Academic Honors: High Honor Roll (2017-2020), Principal Honor Roll (2014-2016), National Honors Society (2017-2020), Class Council (2017-2020)
Athletic Honors: Captain of Club Team (2017-2020), First Team All-Conference (2019-2020), National Team Center Pool Trainings (2014-2016), ODP (2015-2016)
Why Davidson: “Many reasons, but primarily because of the well-respected academic programs, which will make me competitive as I enter the workforce, and the well-respected and increasingly competitive women’s soccer program. I also fell in love with the campus, and I am looking forward to meeting the soccer team. Davidson feels like a home to me.”
Coach Denton: “Avery is a competitor who has a good comfortable level when on the ball and the passing range to link play from both the back line and in the midfield. She will bring great versatility and athleticism across multiple positions on our team.”
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