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NCAA May 06, 2019

Stanford women’s soccer signs defender Kattalin Stahl

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STANFORD, Calif. (Via Stanford University) – Defending Pac-12 champion Stanford has added defender Kattalin Stahl to its class of 2023, as announced Monday.

“We are very excited to add Kattalin to our 2019 recruiting class,” said the Knowles Family Director of Women’s Soccer Paul Ratcliffe. “Kattalin is a strong technical player with outstanding tactical awareness. She has played at a high level of soccer across Switzerland in the national team program and will bring great experience to our team.”

Stahl, who hails from Geneva, Switzerland, joins a talented incoming class of freshmen which already included Madison Ayson, Emily Chiao, Maya Doms, Paige Rubinstein and Kennedy Wesley. She has played for Switzerland at the U-16, U-17 and U-19 levels, most recently representing her country at the European U-19 Championships as the youngest member of the squad.

At the club level, Stahl has competed for ACGF-Champell (2015-16), Meyrin FC (2016-17), BSC Young Boys Frauen (2017-19) and Servette F.C. Chenois Femenin. As a student at Ecole Moser Geneva, Stahl has been a standout in the classroom, earning the Prix d’excellence academic award as a freshman and the Prix our l’ensemble des resultats, the institution’s highest academic honor, as a sophomore, junior and senior.

The daughter of Luli and Melchior Stahl, Kattalin has an older sister, Amalia, and a younger brother, Johannes, and enjoys skiing, drawing and cooking.

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