The St. James FC Virginia Girls Academy program celebrates graduating class
The St. James FC Virginia Girls Academy program celebrated the class of 2021 on Sunday at Evergreen Sports Complex. Players and families gathered to celebrate the 17 seniors heading off to play college soccer.
All of TSJ FC Virginia’s graduating seniors will be playing collegiately this fall.
“We are very proud of the class of 2021,” said Bobby Puppione, Girls Academy Director for TSJ FC Virginia. “This graduating class has been through so much on and off the field, and we can’t wait to watch them shine this fall at their respective colleges.”
The U-19 TSJ FC Virginia team recently capped off their youth careers with a convincing win over Cedar Stars Academy in conference action.
TSJ FC Virginia – Class of 2021
- Isa Cahall – VCU
- Emma Coleman – Richmond
- Sam Constantine – NJIT
- Audrey Cowden – Radford
- Riley Flanagan – VMI
- Savannah Hensley – Catholic University of America
- Gwen Hoyt – Quinnipiac University
- Abby Jackson – University of Pittsburgh Johnstown
- Izzy Kalaris – College of William and Mary
- Clara Looney – UMBC
- Abby Mansoor – George Washington University
- Marisa McClure – College of William and Mary
- Emily Pendleton – Radford University
- Ashley Rauch – Syracuse University
- Nadia Stupec – NC State University
- Maddie Walker – College of William and Mary
- Madi Wyner – James Madison University
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