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NCAA Nov 10, 2023

Oklahoma State adds eight Class of 2024 recruits from across five states

STILLWATER – Oklahoma State has signed eight high school standouts to its incoming class for the 2024 season.

The class includes three preps from Texas, two from Oklahoma and one each from California, Nevada and Virginia. Three of the newcomers – Logan Marks, Reganne Morris and Kate Wilson – will be mid-year enrollees and participate with the Cowgirls during the spring.

“I’m very excited to add the class of 2024 to the Cowgirl Soccer program,” said OSU head coach Colin Carmichael. “We’re adding players who can improve our team in all areas of the field. This group of talented young women will enhance our program both on and off the field, and I’m looking forward to welcoming them to Stillwater.”

Katelyn Hoppers, D, Dallas, Texas (Lake Highlands HS/FC Dallas ECNL)

Hoppers has starred for FC Dallas at the club level since 2021, and she was named to the ECNL All-Texas Conference Second Team in 2022 and helped lead the team to a conference championship in the 2022-23 season. Prior to her stint with FC Dallas, she spent five years with Sting SC.

Hoppers participated in the ID2 Youth National Team Camp in Florida in 2020 and has been to several YNT training events since 2017.

A three-time all-district and all-city performer at Lake Highlands High School, Hoppers was named the team’s offensive player of the year in each of her first three prep seasons.

Hoppers is listed as a three-star recruit by and is also ranked the No. 33 player in the Texas Region.

Carmichael on Hoppers: “Katelyn is a wide back who is dynamic and loves to get forward and join the attack. She is a tenacious defender who is very committed. Her athleticism and pace allow her to work up and down the flank, and she is a perfect fit for how we like our wide backs to play.”

Logan Marks, GK, Richmond, Va. (Dep Run HS/Richmond United ECNL)

Marks is a standout for Richmond United, where she was a 2023 ECNL All-Mid-Atlantic Conference Second Team performer and attended the 2023 ECNL National Training Camp in Portland, Oregon.

Marks also participated in U.S. Youth National Team camps in 2020 and 2021.

Listed as a three-star recruit by, Marks is also ranked as the No. 27 player in the Mid-Atlantic Region.

Carmichael on Marks: “Logan has all the tools to develop into a top goalkeeper. She has a tremendous physical presence in the goal, and her size allows her to deal with high balls both served into the box and shot at goal. She works extremely hard and is always looking to improve her game.”

Reganne Morris, F, Frisco, Texas (Reedy HS/DKSC ECNL)

A star at the club level for DKSC, Morris was an All-Texas Conference First Team honoree in 2022 who helped lead the team to the ECNL playoffs in each of the last two seasons.

At Reedy High School, Morris has twice been named to the all-district first team and was a United Soccer Coaches All-State performer in 2023. She is RHS’s career assists leader with 26, and she also scored 21 goals in her prep career. In 2023, she led the team to the Class 5A regional finals in 2023.

Morris, who is the younger sister of OSU senior wingback Alex Morris, is listed as a three-star recruit by

Carmichael on Morris: “Reganne is a very athletic forward who competes for every ball; her work ethic up top is relentless. She is constantly on the move and is a handful for any defender to deal with. Her speed and aggression will allow her to compete in the Big 12 immediately.”

Bella Pierotti, MF/F, Alamo, Calif. (Monte Vista HS/Mustang SC ECNL)

Pierotti has starred for Mustang SC for over a decade and helped lead the club to the round of 16 at ECNL Nationals.

At the prep level, Pierrotti was an all-league performer at Monte Vista High School.

Carmichael on Pierotti: “Bella is a player who works extremely hard both in and out of possession. She can play multiple positions at a high level, and her versatility and athleticism will be a huge asset and allow her to compete at the collegiate level from day one.”

Aubrey Wagner, F/MF, Henderson, Nev. (Coronado HS/Heat FC ECNL)

A star for Heat FC, Wagner was an ECNL Top Goal Scorer in 2021 and was an All-Southwest Conference selection for the 2020-21 season after helping lead the team to a Surf Cup championship. In 2019, she was named ECNL National Playoffs Best XI Honorable Mention by after leading Heat FC to the ECNL Final Four.

A two-time ODP West Region Camp invitee, Wagner has been a standout performer in her lone prep season at Coronado High School in 2023, where she has 17 goals and 13 assists for a team that has advanced to the Class 5A semifinals.

Wagner is No. 122 on the IMG Academy Top 150 and listed as a three-star recruit by She is ranked as the No. 43 forward nationally. She is also the No. 12 player in the Rocky Mountains & Southwest Region.

Carmichael on Wagner: “Aubrey is a very gifted attacking player. She is good on the ball and can create chances in the final third of the field, and she will enhance our attacking options from the day she steps on campus.”

Mabry Williams, F, San Antonio, Texas (Johnson HS/Classics Elite ECNL)

The leading scorer on Classics Elite ECNL in each of the last four seasons, Williams has 65 goals for the club during that span. She was an ECNL All-Texas Conference First Team selection for the 2022-23 season.

Williams was a member of the U.S. Youth National Team player pool at the U-14 and U-16 levels and attended the U.S. Youth National Team Mini Camp in 2020.

In her first three prep seasons at Johnson High School, Williams racked up 75 goals and 21 assists. She has twice been named the District 28-6A Offensive Player of the Year and is a two-time all-state honoree who has led the team to a pair of bi-district championships.

A four-star recruit by, Williams is No. 72 on the IMG Academy Top 150 and ranked as the No. 28 forward nationally. She is also the No. 13 player in the Texas Region.

Carmichael on Williams: “Mabry is an extremely talented attacking player who is very technical and can beat defenders one v. one. She is a dangerous goal threat and will add some flair to our attack.”

Kate Wilson, D, Tulsa, Okla. (Jenks HS/TSC ECNL)

A standout for TSC ECNL at the club level, Wilson is also an all-district performer for Jenks High School who she helped lead to a Class 6A state championship in 2023.

Carmichael on Wilson: “Kate is an extremely tough and hard-working player. She is a player who loves to compete and will bring a positive mindset to the group.”

Kynlie Wilson, F, Owasso, Okla. (Owasso HS/TSC ECNL)

Wilson stars for TSC ECNL at the club level, and she is a two-time all-district performer at Owasso High School, where she has tallied 23 goals and 13 assists over the last two seasons. She also plays basketball for the Rams.

Carmichael on Wilson: “Kynlie is a great athlete who can play many different positions. Her ability and willingness to compete aligns with how our team likes to play. Her versatility will be very valuable and should allow her to impact our team immediately.”

Oklahoma State Cowgirl Soccer Signees
Name Pos. Ht. Hometown (High School/Club)

  • Katelyn Hoppers D 5-7 Dallas, Texas (Lake Highlands HS/FC Dallas ECNL)
  • Logan Marks GK 6-0 Richmond, Va. (Deep Run HS/Richmond United ECNL)
  • Reganne Morris F 5-7 Frisco, Texas (Reedy HS/DKSC ECNL)
  • Bella Pierotti MF/F 5-7 Alamo, Calif. (Monte Vista HS/Mustang SC ECNL)
  • Aubrey Wagner F/MF 5-6 Henderson, Nev. (Coronado HS/Heat FC ECNL)
  • Mabry Williams F 5-7 San Antonio, Texas (Johnson HS/Classics Elite ECNL)
  • Kate Wilson D 5-7 Tulsa, Okla. (Jenks HS/TSC ECNL)
  • Kynlie Wilson F/MF 5-7 Owasso, Okla. (Owasso HS/TSC ECNL)

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