2022 Women’s DI Recruiting Rankings: Feb.

2022 Women’s DI Recruiting Rankings: Feb.
by Travis Clark
February 23, 2022
Players featured in this article:
| Eastside FC
D | KC Athletics Academy Elite
MF | Chicago Inter

As the end of February nears, recruiting news continues to be made official in women’s Division I soccer.

Some big coaching changes will shake up some of the proceedings on the field in the fall, with 2022 classes all but set. International signings and transfers will also change things over the next few months, as DI recruiting rankings will be updated each month.

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Check out the latest women’s Division I recruiting class rankings, looking at the Top 35 incoming groups.


Commitments: D Kathryn Kelly (Bay Area Surf – No. 6), GK Neeku Purcell (Reign Academy – No. 11), M Ellie Walbruch (Real Colorado – No. 15), M Peyton Marcisz (Bay Area Surf – No. 17), F America Frias (Bay Area Surf – No. 20), M Ally Lemos (Legends FC – No. 23), M Sofia Cook (So Cal Blues – No. 25), F Julia Saunicheva (Bay Area Surf – No. 33), D Cori James (Lonestar SC – No. 63), F Bridgette Marin-Valencia (PSV Union – No. 129)

The new coaching staff is in place in Westwood, and has the No. 1 class joining this year. Can they keep pace with Stanford in the upcoming season?

2. Stanford*

Commitments: D Elise Evans (Bay Area Surf – No. 1), F Allison Montoya (MVLA – No. 3), D Jasmine Aikey (MVLA – No. 5), F Lumi Kostmayer (NYSC – No. 14), M Freya Spiekerkoetter (MVLA – No. 29), F Amalie Pianim (MVLA – No. 65), F Logan Smith (Boise Thorns)

A remarkable class that has four players from the excellent MVLA 04 squad is the foundation for Stanford’s incoming group. Evans, Montoya and Aikey all look like contenders to start right away.

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