2020 Women's Recruiting Class Ranks: March

2020 Women's Recruiting Class Ranks: March
by Travis Clark
March 16, 2020

A handful of recent announcements have led to a few tweaks in this edition of the women's Division I recruiting class rankings, as transfers are announced and international signings confirmed.

As noted, it's rare for college recruits to opt for pro opportunities in the women's game, leaving most recruiting classes more or less set (at least the ones that have been announced).

Below is the latest 2020 Recruiting Class Rankings for women’s DI soccer, based off commitments, transfers, international signings and shaped by the IMG Academy Top 150.

Please send any corrections or omissions to editor@topdrawersoccer.com.



Commitments: F Reilyn Turner (So Cal Blues – No. 11), M Aislynn Crowder (Hawaii Rush – No. 23), M Michaela Rosenbaum (Santa Rosa United – No. 36), M Jillian Martinez (Lonestar SC – No. 39), M Dasia Torbert (Tophat SC – No. 50), M Isabel Loza (LAFC Slammers – No. 54), M Mackenzee Vance (United Soccer Alliance – No. 60), D Jordyn Gather (So Cal Blues – No. 104), M Jennifer Alvarado (So Cal Blues – No. 133), M Megan Edelman (Mustang SC), GK Kelly McManus (Strikers FC), D My Haugland Sørsdahl (Kolbotn), M Kaila Novak (FC London)

Will this class close the gap with Stanford? The Bruins lose Jessie Fleming, but have another top recruiting class coming in, including Sørsdahl and Novak. The latter was just named to the Canadian U20 team for the Concacaf championship and enrolled in January. No matter what, it’s a hugely talented group.

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