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NCAA May 27, 2016

Stanford women’s soccer completes 2016 recruiting class

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STANFORD, Calif. (Via Stanford University) – Stanford completed its Class of 2016 when it added Ami Kalokoh, as announced recently by head coach Paul Ratcliffe.

Kalokoh joins fellow incoming freshmen Beattie Goad, Tierna Davidson, Cecilia Gee, Logan Karam, Carly Malatskey, Lauren Rood and Samantha Tran.

Kalokoh makes the trip up the coast from Pacific Palisades, California, where she attended Crossroads School and played club soccer for L.A. Premier. She earned Olympic Development Program national titles in 2014 and 2015, and was named her high school team’s Most Valuable Player.

+Read: NCAA Women’s Soccer Commitment Announcements – May 2016

Next year’s freshman class will join a Stanford team that made its 25th NCAA Tournament appearance and 18th consecutive in 2015. The Cardinal earned one of four No. 1 seeds and extended its postseason home unbeaten streak to 29 matches.

Stanford earned its 10th Pac-12 title and went unbeaten in conference play with a 10-0-1 record. The Cardinal led the Pac-12 in goals scored with 24 in conference play and 35 overall. Stanford tied USC for the fewest goals allowed with 11 on the season.

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