University of Evansville women’s soccer signs 6 recruits for 2020 season
EVANSVILLE, Ind. – The University of Evansville women’s soccer team announced the signing of six student-athletes.
“I am very excited about this incoming class of student athletes,” head coach Chris Pfau said. “They bring great experience from great clubs systems. They will be able to continue to grow our soccer program and push our players to get better each day.
The first pair of signees are Emily Wiebe and Abbigail Lenk, who come to UE after playing for the North Shore United Girls Club, earning three state championships, two regional championships, and a third-place finish at the USYS national league championships in 2019.
The next two signees come to Evansville after playing for Saint Louis Scott Gallager Soccer Club; Maria Alexopoulos and Zoe Ahlers. In the 2018 season with SLSG, Alexopoulos scored the game winning goal in the state cup tournament. Ahlers adds four varsity letters from Edwardsville High School, posting five assists and two goals in the 2019 season.
Rachel Rosborough joins the Aces from Mt. Brydges, Canada, where she played with the London Football Academy, earning Ontario Indoor Cup Champs in 2020. Four-time honors roll and earned girls’ soccer MVP.
Josie Kremzar from Elizabethtown, Ky., is the final signee, the defender started every game for four years for Elizabethtown Senior High School, leading the team to a 61-20-4 record, becoming a two-time all-state honorable mention honoree and four-time all-region honoree. Recording 60 goals and 61 assists in her career, tied for 15th in the state for career assists.
“They are not only great soccer players that are very driving on the soccer field but great students in the classroom,” Pfau said. “They will represent UE and our soccer program very well.”
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