Women's college pro signings abroad

Women's college pro signings abroad
by Travis Clark
March 7, 2022

This week is the NWSL Draft. For women's college soccer standouts, it's one avenue to professional soccer.

Several other of this fall's top stars are going to head abroad to begin their professional careers. Below is a roundup of women's college players that are heading abroad.

Please submit any news to editor@topdrawersoccer.com.

--Julia Grosso (Texas) signed with Juventus FC Women in Italy.

--Kit Loferski (Florida) signed with Aland United in Finland.

--Sydney Carr (Seattle) signed with IBV in Iceland.

--Gabrielle Carle (Florida State) signed with Kristianstads DFF in Sweden.

--Kim Rodriguez (Oklahoma State) signed with Club America in Mexico.

--Nicolette Hernandez (Michigan) signed with Club America in Mexico.

--Brooke Lampe (North Texas) signed with Thor in Iceland.

--Mia Fishel (UCLA) signed with Tigres in Mexico.

--Elaina LaMacchia (Wisconsin-Milwaukee) signed with FC Bari in Italy.

--Meghan Cavanaugh (South Florida) signed with Puerto Rico Sol FC.

--Ashley Cardozo (Utah State) signed with FC Nantes in France.

--Shannon Aviza (St. John's) signed with FC Gintra in Lithuania.

--Isabella Sibley (West Virginia) signed with Crystal Palace in England.

--Chyanne Dennis (South Florida) signed with Afturelding FC in Iceland.

--Madison Murnin (UCF) signed with ASA Tel Aviv in Israel.

--Lauren Chang (South Carolina) signed with AC Sparta Praha in the Czech Republic.

--Marika Guay (Santa Clara) signed with FC Metz in France.

--Marcy Barberic (Buffalo) signed with KR Reykjavik in Iceland.

--Amber Tripp (Utah Valley) signed with ZFK Spartak in Serbia.

--Gabriella Coleman (Oklahoma State signed with Handknattleiksfélag Kópavogs in Iceland.

--Nicole Kozlova (Virginia Tech) signed with HB Koge in Denmark.

--Katie Kitching (South Florida) signed with London City in England.

--Paula Leblic (South Florida) signed with Pink FC Bari.

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