The national signing window is now wide open, with Signing Day having come and gone in November.
A scattering of recruiting class announcements has led to a few tweaks in the December edition of the women’s Recruiting Class Rankings. Stanford and Colorado have both jumped in the rankings after announcing the signings of internationals for 2020.
Below is the latest 2020 Recruiting Class Rankings for women’s DI soccer, based off reported verbal commitments and the IMG Academy Top 150.
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Commitments: F Reilyn Turner (So Cal Blues – No. 8), 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. 48), M Isabel Loza (LAFC Slammers – No. 53), M Mackenzee Vance (United Soccer Alliance – No. 59), D Jordyn Gather (So Cal Blues – No. 104), M Jennifer Alvarado (So Cal Blues – No. 132), M Megan Edelman (Mustang SC), GK Kelly McManus (Strikers FC)
The Bruins have loaded up on talent from California. Despite losing Trinity Rodman to Washington State, where her brother plays basketball, standouts from near and far will bolster a program that loses some very good seniors.