A spring championship is still to be played, but the additions for the fall of 2021 are continuing to trickle out.
There could be more movement in women’s Division I soccer if players decide to transfer this summer, after a spring season. At this point, the Top 25 classes for 2021 remains relatively unchanged, as players head to school for the spring or hope to get on the field in the spring semester depending on where they live.
Check out the most recent women’s DI recruiting class rankings below.
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Commitments: D Ayooluwapo Oke (Tophat SC – No. 24), F Arianna Manrique (Tophat SC – No. 27), D Courtney Boone (Legends FC – No. 29), F Karlie Lema (MVLA – No. 35), F Velize King (Legends FC – No. 67), M Noelle Bond-Flasza (OC Surf – No. 119), F Alexis Wright (Tophat SC – No. 122), F Jordyn Young (Mustang SC – No. 135), F Aaliyah Schinaman (MVLA – No. 158), D Aasha McLyn (Beach FC – No. 161), D Maya Griffin (Legends FC – No. 196), D Cailin Bloom (Davis Legacy), M Kei Kitamura (FC Bay Area), M Marleen Rohde (Turbine Potsdam)
A big, diverse class was announced by California shortly after Signing Day. The bulk of the class hails from in-state, with notable exception Marleen Rohde a German youth international, plus a few very strong players from Georgia.