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Pac-10 program has killer signing class

Published: March 4, 2011

Note: Number next to player's name denote Top 100 Ranking

UCLA

Signees: Ally Courtnall (Eagles SC), Abby Dahlkemper (MVLA – NorCal) No. 18, Caprice Dydasco (Honolulu Soccer Club Bulls) No. 40, Sarah Killion (Fort Wayne Fever) No. 9, Torey Markowitz (So Cal Blues), Kylie McCarthy (SC Blues) No. 8, Samantha Mewis (Scorpions SC) No. 6, Megan Oyster (Windy City Pride) No. 21, Courtney Proctor (Slammers FC) No. 23, Katelyn Rowland (San Juan SC), Rosie White (New Zealand)
Skinny: Coach Jill Ellis may have exited but that hasn’t stopped the Bruins from assembling a class that’s through the roof. UCLA has a nation-leading seven of our Top 100 players including Dahlkemper, Dydasco, Killion, McCarthy, Mewis, Oyster and Proctor. The Bruins will have freshman talent at every position and every reason to believe they’ll pick up precisely where Ellis left off.

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Colorado

Signees: Rebecca Boggs (Cook Inlet), Carly Bolyard (Fort Collins Arsenal), Darcy Jerman (Pride Predators), Bianca Jones (Colorado Storm Copa)
Skinny: Jerman is a skilled midfielder with good vision who is one of our top ranked players in the Rocky Mountain & Southwest Region. She is joined by Jones, who is capable of playing in either the midfield or backline. Boggs is an athletic attacker with ODP experience while Bolyard is a speedy attacker who is dangerous on the outside;

South Carolina State

Signees: Breia Pierce (Dixie Dragons Club – Toronto), Rachel Pearce (Shelford Ladies FC – Cambridge), Dominique Brown (Ohio Elite FC)
Skinny: The Bulldogs have gone international to pull in a pair of attackers.  Pierce is a striker for Toronto touted for her athleticism while Pearce comes via England where she made a name as a capable midfielder. Brown is another midfielder with the ability to impact a game.

Boston College

Signees: Emily Hoffend (Dallas Texans), Stephanie McCaffrey (Stars of Massachusetts), Casey Morrison (Penn Fusion)
Skinny: Morrison is the crown jewel of this class, as our No. 56 prospect. She’s an athletic center back who is good in the air and also likes to get involved in the attack. Great pickup. McCaffrey is one of the top forwards in the Northeast Region and brings a great competitive spirit while is a good striker who comes by way of the Dallas Texans.




 

 
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