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Villanova soccer adds Brice McInroy as transfer from Tennessee

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Villanova, Pa.– Villanova women’s soccer head coach Chris McLain has announced the addition of Brice McInroy as a transfer from the University of Tennessee.

During her freshman season at Tennessee the midfielder saw action in eight games while picking up one start.  McInroy netted her first career goal against Wright State and on the season took seven shots and placed three on goal.

McInroy had a standout club career with Penn Fusion Soccer Academy. She has received an ECNL national champ invitation to the ODP Region 1 Team the last three years, earning MVP honors in an ODP match in Costa Rica.

She joined an older age Region 1 team to compete in the Mediterranean International Cup in Spain, picking up high-scorer honors and a game winner against the FC Frankfurt Reserve Bundesliga Team. She was also invited to the US U-16 youth national team camp at the Chula Vista Olympic Training Center. She also played two years for Cumberland Valley High School, earning Mid Penn Player of the Year and all-state honors as a junior.

McInroy chose Villanova because, “I fell in love with the campus and the team. It is so beautiful here and the people are genuine, friendly, and offer a strong sense of community. Also, I know the area very well because of club soccer and felt right at home when I first visited.”

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