Marshall University women’s soccer unveils seven-player recruiting class for 2022
“We made some fantastic additions and look forward to getting them here on campus,” Swan said. “We added quality, pace, work ethic and on top of that we’ve added some great student-athletes and families.”
See below for a look at each of the new members of The Herd:
Demari Curry – Midfielder
Ellicott City, Md.
Elizabeth Seton High School
Florida Elite Soccer Club
“Demari is full of craft and has an eye to make a pass. She has wonderful creativity and also has the versatility to play in various positions down the left-hand side.”
Bailey Fisher – Midfielder/Forward
Hurricane High School
“Bailey comes to us from our home state, but has pushed herself to play at a high level out of state. Bailey has a strong presence on the field and has the versatility to play in wide areas or down the middle.”
Madison Fitzpatrick – Forward
Brentsville District High School
Virginia Development Academy
“Madison is another player who has versatility and who has a lot of pace. We consider her a live wire who is going to bring a lot of energy to our squad.”
Makai Laguines – Forward
Warner Robbins, Ga.
Warner Robbins High School
“Makai is a dynamic front player, who has exceptional pace and has an eye for goal. She been on winning sides in the past. With her athleticism and her ability to find the back of the net, I expect her to make an impact early in her career.”
Brooke Ohler – Defender
Brooke High School
Beadling Soccer Club
“Brooke comes to Marshall after having a stellar high-school career in the state. She’s now playing for Beadling Soccer Club, where she will play at a higher level. We had the pleasure of working with Brooke at an ID Camp. She grabbed our attention with her hard-nosed defending and her ability to shut down a player.”
Madison Townes – Defender
John Champe High School
“Madison comes from a background of winning. She is a strong physical defender, who also has pace and power. We expect Madison to bring that strong presence to our backline.”
Alexis Wolgemuth – Goalkeeper
Fred T. Foard High School
Catawba Valley Soccer Association
“I’ve known and followed Alexis for a long time. I know the potential she has to become a great goalkeeper here at Marshall. I’ve had the pleasure of watching her develop and know her drive will bring unbelievable competition to the goalkeeper position.”
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