Goalkeepers to Watch in NCAA Women’s Soccer for 2022
KANSAS CITY, MO – United Soccer Coaches has announced the Goalkeepers on its NCAA Division I Players to Watch lists for the 2022 intercollegiate season.
The lists are being compiled and released for the first time this season by the Division I All-America Committees to promote college soccer leading up to the official start date for the regular season later this month. The lists include United Soccer Coaches All-Americans and first or second team All-Region players from 2021, who are scheduled to return for the 2022 season.
These positional announcements also lead up to the 2022 watch lists for the prestigious Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy on the official start date for regular season games on August 18 (women) and August 25 (men). The MAC Hermann Trophy is presented annually to the Division I National Players of the Year as voted by Division I College Coaches at the end of the regular season. The 2022 recipients will be announced on January 6, 2023, in St. Louis, Mo.
See below for a look at the 2022 Goalkeepers to Watch on the women’s side. To view the men’s side, click here.
2022 NCAA Division I Women’s Players to Watch – Goalkeepers
|Maddy Anderson||Jr.||Mississippi State University||Seabrook, Texas|
|Allie Augur||Sr.||Georgetown University||Northford, Conn.|
|Lauren Brzykcy||Sr.||UCLA||San Clemente, Calif.|
|Nadia Cooper||So.||Washington State University||Houston, Texas|
|Leah Freeman||Jr.||University of Oregon||Berkeley, Calif.|
|CJ Graham||Jr.||Lipscomb University||Swannanoa, N.C|
|Glo Hinojosa||Sr.||University of California-Irvine||Chula Vista, Calif.|
|Ruthie Jones||Sr.||Duke University||Charlotte, N.C|
|Lauren Kellett||Jr.||Texas Christian University||Coppell, Texas|
|Bella Killgore||Sr.||Rice University||Houston, Texas|
|Lauren Kozal||Sr.||Michigan State University||Ada, Mich.|
|Ashley Orkus||GR5||University of Mississippi||Vestavia Hills, Ala.|
|Kaitlyn Parks||Jr.||Wake Forest University||Upper Marlboro, Md.|
*GR5 Indicates student-athletes exercising their extra year of eligibility due to COVID-19
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