2022 Women’s DI Recruiting Rankings: May

2022 Women’s DI Recruiting Rankings: May
by TopDrawerSoccer
May 31, 2022

The latest update to the Women’s Recruiting Class Rankings is out, with a new No. 1 program at the top.

Transfers continue to leave an impact on this update, along with the final update to the 2022 Girls IMG Academy Player Rankings, which was released in May.

MORE: 2022 Girls IMG Academy player rankings

Check out the Top 45 Women’s DI Recruiting Classes below.

1. Penn State* (5)

Commitments: F Amelia White (Fort Wayne United FC – No. 2), GK Mackenzie Gress (STA – No. 21), F Alivia Uribe (Eastside FC – No. 31), M Luciana Latino (PDA – No. 43), D Molly Martin (FC Stars of Massachusetts – No. 115), M Ava Minnier (Penn Fusion – No. 157), M Olivia Borgen (South Select SC – No. 176)

Transfers: F Penelope Hocking (USC), D Cassandra Hiatt (Texas Tech), F Olivia Smith (Florida State)

The massive transfer addition of Hocking helps vault an already good Penn State class to the No. 1 spot. Smith, who signed with Florida State and was a spring enrollee, also was confirmed as a transfer this week.

2. UCLA (1)

Commitments: D Kathryn Kelly (Bay Area Surf – No. 7), GK Neeku Purcell (Reign Academy – No. 8), M Ellie Walbruch (Real Colorado – No. 16), M Sofia Cook (So Cal Blues – No. 19), M Peyton Marcisz (Bay Area Surf – No. 20), F America Frias (Bay Area Surf – No. 22), M Ally Lemos (Legends FC – No. 24), F Julia Saunicheva (Bay Area Surf – No. 33), D Cori James (Lonestar SC – No. 63), F Bridgette Marin-Valencia (PSV Union – No. 128)

UCLA still has an excellent class heading to Westwood. That should help the new Bruin coaching staff keep pace with Stanford in the Pac-12 and remain a competitive force nationally.

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