UMBC women’s soccer welcomes seven-player recruiting class
BALTIMORE – UMBC women’s soccer head coach Vanessa Mann announced the incoming class for the 2022 season that features six first-year students and one NCAA Division I transfer.
The seven newcomers join an already young group looking to build off the 2021 campaign.
Five different states and the nation of Denmark are represented across the seven newcomers including a pair from Pennsylvania.
The group includes Division I transfer Lola Negrete from Jacksonville University (Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif./Trabuco Hills/Jacksonville).
The 2022 season gets underway on Thursday, August 18 when the Retrievers head to D.C to take on George Washington. UMBC will make their home debut a week later on Thursday, August 25 against Wagner at 6 p.m. America East play opens up on September 18 at defending champion Vermont.
|Lola Negrete||Gr.||M||Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. / Trabuco Hills / Jacksonville|
|Cat Domecq||Fr.||B||Crozet, Va. / Western Albemarle|
|Marie Mikkelsen||Fr.||B||Frederikshavn, Denmark / Frederikshavn Gymnasium|
|Maggie Haskell||Fr.||B||Ramsey, N.J. / Ramsey|
|Ava Schreiber||Fr.||M||Plymouth Meeting, Pa. / Springside Chestnut Hill Academy|
|Delainey Varela-Keen||Fr.||M||Lancaster, Pa. / Conestoga Valley|
|Sara Gavagan||Fr.||GK||Irvington, N.Y. / Irvington|
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