As the summer months approach, college soccer preseason comes closer and closer.
And even as most women’s Division I recruiting classes have been finalized, movement remains as internationals and transfers trickled out over the past few weeks.
TopDrawerSoccer.com will continue to release updated recruiting class rankings up until August, as classes are still finalized over the coming weeks and month. Below is the latest version, now covering the top 30 classes as they stand as of publication.
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Commitments: F Sophia Smith (Real Colorado – No. 1), D Naomi Girma (California Thorns – No. 5), D Sierra Enge (So Cal Blues – No. 13), GK Katie Meyer (Real So Cal – No. 32), M Bianca Caetano-Ferrara (San Diego Surf – No. 48), F Abigail Greubel (Slammers FC – No. 77)
The Cardinal’s class takes over the No. 1 spot – for the time being. Can Stanford hold on? Sophia Smith is a high-impact player make the move there, and she should thrive in Palo Alto.
Commitments: M Madeline Vergura (FC Stars of Massachusetts – No.17), GK Anna Smith (Seattle Reign Academy – No. 34), F Penelope Hocking (So Cal Blues – No. 20), GK MacKenna Carmichael (San Diego Surf), M Ashley Soto (So Cal Blues), D Logan Wells (San Diego Surf)
Transfers: Natalie Jacobs (Notre Dame), Alea Hyatt (North Carolina), D Jessie Holmes (Florida), M Megan McCashland (Notre Dame)
With the loss of Cassidy Tshimbilanga, the 2018 class drops down to No. 2. Still in a very good place heading into a new season, and a foreign addition or another transfer could put the team back into contention for the top spot.