University of Oregon midfielder Sofi Vinas transfers to Maryland
COLLEGE PARK, MD – After playing three seasons at the University of Oregon, midfielder Sofi Vinas has transferred to the University of Maryland to join the women’s soccer program and to play for head coach Meghan Ryan Nemzer
Vinas will be reunited with her club teammate Sydney Hopkins as both played with Real So Cal in the ECNL.
Calabasas HS / Oregon
Real So Cal
Sofi on Instagram: @ssofivinas
As a Junior at Oregon (2021):
- Saw action in nine matches, making first career start against Northern Arizona
As a Sophomore at Oregon (Spring 21):
- One of the team’s most improved players on the team played in 15 matches off the bench
- Assisted first college goal against Oregon State
- Played in a season-best 65 minutes of Oregon’s 0-0 tie at Stanford
As a Freshman at Oregon (2019):
- Appeared in one match
- Scored five goals in 33 games (28 starts) for Real SoCal on 2018-19
- Leading goal scorer for the Real SoCal ECNL GU15 team
- Earned offensive MVP her freshman year and team MVP her sophomore year
- Teammate of fellow Terrapin newcomer Sydney Hopkins
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