2021 Women’s Recruiting Ranks: June

by Travis Clark
June 30, 2021
2021 Women’s Recruiting Ranks: June

The latest Women’s Division I recruiting class rankings are out, examining the top incoming classes in college soccer.

With 2021 groups mostly finalized and official announcements continuing, transfers and international signings still lead to small tweaks in each rankings update. The final rankings will be out in August, when preseason rosters are released.

Check out the May update to the Women’s DI recruiting rankings, looking at the Top 40 classes.

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1. California*

Commitments: D Ayooluwapo Oke (Tophat SC – No. 25), F Arianna Manrique (Tophat SC – No. 28), D Courtney Boone (Legends FC – No. 30), F Karlie Lema (MVLA – No. 36), F Velize King (Legends FC – No. 70), M Noelle Bond-Flasza (So Cal Blues – No. 125), F Alexis Wright (Tophat SC – No. 130), F Jordyn Young (Mustang SC – No. 146), F Aaliyah Schinaman (MVLA – No. 171), D Aasha McLyn (Beach FC – No. 174), D Maya Griffin (Legends FC – No. 199), D Cailin Bloom (Davis Legacy), M Kei Kitamura (FC Bay Area), M Marleen Rohde (Turbine Potsdam)

The volume of what should be solid players helps maintain Cal’s spot at the top of the rankings. The proof will be when they reach campus, of course. Ayooluwapo Oke has the makings of a very good outside back at the DI level.

2. North Carolina

Commitments: M Ally Sentnor (South Shore Select – No. 1), M Emily Colton (LA Galaxy San Diego – No. 5), M Bella Sember (NYCFC – No. 35), M Lauren Wrigley (PDA – No. 39), F Asha Means (Charlotte Soccer Academy – No. 47), M Emerson Elgin (STA Development Academy – No. 53), M Makenna Dominguez (LA Surf – No. 188), GK Emily Allen (NC Courage – No. 195), M Ruby Grant (Arsenal FC)

Sentnor was ranked as the No. 1 recruit in the most recent update, giving UNC five players in the Top 50 and moving them into No. 2 spot. Freshman Ruby Grant enrolled this spring and has made her debut after originally being part of the 2020 class, deferring to the spring of 2021 due to the pandemic.

3. Texas*

Commitments: F Trinity Byars (Solar SC – No. 2), M Tatiana Fung (Legends FC – No. 9), D Emily Jane (EmJ) Cox (Solar SC – No. 10), M Lola Stanley (Solar SC – No. 114), M Ashlyn Miller (Solar SC – No. 145), F Alexis Missimo (Solar SC), GK Megan Hogate (Slammers FC), F Holly Ward (Vancouver Whitecaps)

Missimo has already graduated and reclassified for the purpose of this rankings, and has made her Texas debut. The rest must wait for the fall. Texas has a great class. Will it translate on the field for head coach Angela Kelly? The team has never won a Big 12 regular season or tournament title since she took over ahead of the 2012 season. Between 2020 and 2021 recruiting classes, UT may have their best group of her time in Austin.

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