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Women's Recruiting Apr 18, 2023

University of South Carolina signs Hollyn Torres as grad transfer from Harvard

COLUMBIA, SC – The University of South Carolina women’s soccer program will be adding Harvard grad transfer Hollyn Torres to the 2023 roster, as announced by head coach Shelley Smith.

Before South Carolina: Torres played in all 17 games her senior season including within the NCAA tournament, making 10 starts throughout as a midfielder. She scored three goals, recorded two assists, and earned CSC Academic All-District status. During her career at Harvard, Torres made 17 starts in 42 games played, scored six goals, 16 points, and tallied 2,295 minutes on the field.

Before Harvard: U17 US National Team … US National Team U14-U17 … Won Torneo Femminile Delle Nazioni Tournament in Italy with the US U17 National Team … United States U15 Girls National Team CONCACAF Champions in 2016 … Top Drawer Soccer Top 150 recruit … 2016-17 ECNL National Championship with FC Dallas Premier … 2016 ECNL Playoffs Best XI … Top Drawer Soccer Standout from ECNL Playoffs … Second team all-region, utility player of the year in 2017 for Centennial … 2015-16 state champion with Centennial … National Honor Society … AP Scholar … Honor Roll … Sister, Taryn ’22, played soccer at Virginia.

Why She Chose South Carolina: I chose South Carolina because of the great academics and athletics.  This opportunity provides the best of all worlds and a well-rounded experience.”

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