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Women's Recruiting May 11, 2023

Harvard women’s soccer unveils recruiting class with talent from the U.S. and Europe

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard women’s soccer team is set to welcome seven new faces to the program in its Class of 2027. This exciting class continues Harvard’s trend of bringing in high-level talent from around the United States and around the world.

The Branca Family Head Coach for Harvard Women’s Soccer, Chris Hamblin, believes this group will have a profound impact on the team’s success and culture when it arrives in Cambridge.

“We are very excited to welcome this talented class to Harvard. The incoming class has experience playing at the highest level in the United States and abroad,” said Hamblin. “The first years will strengthen our roster in the back, across the midfield and in the front line. In addition to their talent on the field, we are equally as excited for the positive impact they will have on our team culture, in the classroom and within the Harvard community. I would like to thank Mike Calise and Mark McDevitt for their hard work in recruiting such a talented group of student-athletes.”

This new class of Harvard Women’s Soccer athletes is set to arrive later this summer to join the team for preseason training.

Harvard Women’s Soccer Class of 2027

Kópavogur, Iceland | Fjölbrautaskólinn í Garðabæ | Breidablik

  • Iceland U19 Youth National Team
  • Member of the Breidablik club team in the Urvalsdeild Women’s League
  • Part of the Breidablik team that finished as the runner-up for the Urvalsdeild title in 2021
  • Won the Icelandic Women’s Football Cup in 2021 and was runner-up in 2022
  • 2022 League Cup Women’s A Championship

Amy König


Berlin, Germany | Schul- und Leistungssportzentrum Berlin | Turbine Potsdam

  • German U19 National Team
  • German Youth National Team Pool since U16
  • Member of the Turbine Potsdam women’s club team
  • Only woman to compete in the Berlin Men’s League
  • Class Valedictorian

Reykjavík, Iceland | Kvennaskólinn í Reykjavík | Thróttur Reykjavik

  • Iceland Senior Women’s National Team
  • Iceland U17 and U19 Youth National Team
  • Scored two goals in her first Senior Women’s National Team appearance vs Scotland
  • Member of the Throttur Reykjavik FC club team in the Urvalsdeild Women’s League
  • All time leading goalscorer for Throttur Reykjavik in the Urvalsdeild Women’s League
  • 2021 Urvalsdeild Women’s League Rookie of the Year

San Francisco, Calif. | Lick Wilmerding High School | Bay Area Surf

  • Called up to United State U17 National Team
  • Played Club soccer for the FC Bay Area Surf during her senior season (2022-23)
  • Named to the BCL All-League First Team in 2023
  • LWHS Girls Varsity Soccer MVP in 2023
  • Played club soccer for the De-Anza Force from 2017-2022
  • Was the leading goal scorer for De Anza from 2019-2022

Susie Long

Defender Midfielder

Sacramento, Calif. | CK McClatchy High School | San Juan SC

  • Member of the San Juan club team
  • Team captain
  • ECNL All Conference selection
  • ECNL national selection game invitee
  • Captained CK McClachy High School to Metro League title and Section Championship Game
  • 2022-2023 All-Metro Player of the Year

Anna Rayhill


New Hartford, N.Y. | New Hartford High School | Syracuse Development Academy

  • 2022 High School All American
  • Selected to play in the 2022 High School All American All Star Game
  • Member of the Syracuse Development Academy Club team
  • Formerly played for the Coliseum Soccer club team from 2013-2022
  • Central NY Large School Player of the Year
  • 3x New York First Team All State Selection

Anya Van Den Einde


San Diego, Calif. | Westview High School | San Diego Surf

  • United States U17 National Team Pool
  • Member of the San Diego Surf club team
  • Team captain from 2017-2023
  • ECNL Southwest Conference League Champion in 2022
  • 2023 CIF San Diego Player of the Year
  • 2021 and 2023 CIF All San Diego First Team