Pitt women’s soccer signs Notre Dame junior Kelly Moss on transfer
PITTSBURGH – Pitt women’s soccer has added Notre Dame junior transfer Kelly Moss, head coach Randy Waldrum announced Thursday. Moss has two years of eligibility starting this upcoming fall with the Panthers.
Kelly Moss | Midfielder | Lumberton, N.J. | Notre Dame | Rancocas Valley HS | FC Bucks Fusion/ Cedar Stars Academy
At Notre Dame (2019): Appeared in 15 games and totaled 284 minutes … played a season-high 36 in the 4-0 home win over Northwestern … placed three of six shots on goal.
At Notre Dame (2018): Appeared in 11 games … earned her first start against Stony Brook and scored the golden goal in the first minute of extra time … put four of eight shots on goal.
High School: Was named an All-Conference BCSL All-Star three times in as many seasons with Rancocas Valley High School … led Rancocas in goals as a junior and was named to the NJGSCA State Top-20 list … spent time with both the ECNL’s FC Bucks Fusion and the USSDA’s Cedar Stars Academy … selected the Top Drawer Standout Player in the 2015 ECNL Sanford Event … named to the honor roll four times while also serving as the vice president for the Spanish Club and a Fellowship of Christian Athletes leader.
Waldrum on Moss: “We are all extremely excited to add Kelly to our team this fall! She brings experience, including in the NCAA Tournament, to our team that’s still relatively young. Another attacking option to our team, she can play in several different positions for us. This versatility is important to us as we continue to build our program. She’s highly competitive and committed to her craft. I love her technical ability and her vision on the field, and she has the ability to score and create chances. You can never have too many of this type of players! She will be a great addition to Pitt Women’s Soccer.”
Why Pitt for Moss: “Joining the Pitt women’s soccer team and studying engineering is an incredible opportunity to continue developing as an individual, scholar and athlete. Playing with like-minded, competitive women in the ACC under the leadership of Coach Waldrum is a blessing, and I am honored and excited to contribute both on and off the field. H2P!”
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