George Mason women’s soccer completes recruiting class with signing of Jule Kleymann
FAIRFAX, Va. – George Mason University women’s soccer head coach Todd Bramble has announced the addition of forward Jule Kleymann to the roster for the 2020 campaign.
Kleymann hails from Wiesbaden, Germany and attended Staudinger Gesamtschule. She has compiled an impressive array of club experience and national/international caps during her pre-collegiate career.
“Rounding out the 2020 roster with the addition of a player as talented as Jule is exciting for our program.” said Bramble. “Her experience, pedigree and drive will allow her to compete at a high level immediately. Her attacking prowess both on the ground and in the air will add an exciting dimension to the offense of our team.”
While competing with SC Freiburg, Kleymann earned top player honors at the 2017 Langener Women’s Cup and helped her club capture the 2017-18 South German title. The top scorer during her time in the U-17 Bundesliga, Kleymann and her squad reached the semifinals of the U-17 German Championship.
She began her international career with the U-14 Hessen Selection at the DFB Fußball Länderpokal and in 2016 and 2017, she played with the Southwest Association selection at the DFB Länderpokal, serving as team captain in 2017. She also competed in U-18 action in 2017 and 2018. She earned a spot as a member of the U-17 DFB team in 2017.
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