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ECNL May 07, 2020

Loudoun Soccer recognizes 40 seniors moving on to play college soccer

Loudoun Soccer is celebrating 40 graduating student-athletes who have been recruited to play at the college level and made commitments to a college program.

“Loudoun Soccer is extremely proud to have 39 (and counting) of our players who have committed to continue their soccer careers in college this fall of 2020,” stated Mark Ryan, Loudoun Soccer’s Technical Director. “These players have worked so hard to achieve the goal of continuing their academic and soccer careers as student athletes and we are excited to follow their progress.”

Over the years, Loudoun Soccer has prided itself on encouraging athletes to pursue their dreams of playing at the next level by offering the tools and guidance to streamline the recruiting process.

Director of College Placement, Dave Bucciero said: “What a wonderful achievement by each of these players and so proud of all our coaches who have challenged, motivated, and created an environment for each of these players to excel in. We look forward to continuing to assist players who aspire to play at the collegiate level with our player development and college placement resources our club provides for every player.”

With more commitments to come, these young athletes add to an extensive and prestigious list of collegiate athletes from the club. See below for a full listing of the players in Loudoun’s graduating class of 2020:

Boys

  • James Savage, Virginia Wesleyan University
  • Ian Whitfield, Ithaca University
  • Andrew Strait, University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Sean Lee, Army West Point
  • Michael Schaefer, Old Dominion University
  • Zac Salazar, Shenandoah University
  • James Cornwell, George Mason University
  • Ronald Velasquez, George Mason University
  • Ishmail Kamara, George Mason University
  • Elton Quintanilla, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Ethan Russell, Mount St. Mary’s University
  • Will Rissing, University of Mary Washington
  • Cameron Davis, Christopher Newport University
  • Wanci Nana, Tufts University
  • Christian Rader, George Washington University
  • Wes Forst, Longwood University
  • Gabe Barros, Christopher Newport University
  • Ryan Espinosa, Elmira College
  • Peter Kim, UMBC
  • Johann Bachman, Radford University
  • Juan Vargas, University of Mary Washington
  • Daniel Aziz, St. Francis University
  • Cooper Sayles, Binghamton University
  • Jonathan Zabiegalski, Christopher Newport University
  • Cameron Copeland, Howard University
  • Jaden Tillman, Radford University

Girls

  • Sydney Schnell, East Carolina University
  • Devon Balac, University of Mary Washington
  • Helena Willson, Radford University
  • Sydney Watson, New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • Emma Ricci, Christopher Newport University
  • Izzy Unrath, Longwood University
  • Charlotte Tekrony, Brandeis University
  • Allie Spong, Mary Washington University
  • Rachel Castro, Binghamton University
  • Dalani Stephens, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Jasmine Lopez, Lynchburg College
  • Amy Swain, Radford University
  • Shea Rider, Mary Baldwin University
  • Savannah Harper, Lynchburg College