The women’s college soccer offseason is in full swing, and for seniors that wrapped up their final year of eligibility, the time to make a decision about professional opportunities is here.
For a handful of players, they aren’t waiting around for the 2020 NWSL Draft, and have already opted to sign overseas. Below are some of the players that have already signed with pro clubs abroad.
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Maya Neal, Tennessee
Deyna Castellanos, Florida State
📝 | FICHAJE— At. Madrid Femenino (@AtletiFemenino) January 2, 2020
🔴⚪ @deynac18 ya es rojiblanca 🔴⚪
🇻🇪 La internacional venezolana firma hasta 2022 😊
🏧 ¡Bienvenida a tu nueva casa! 😍
👉 https://t.co/fGhG9tyVrM#AúpaAtleti #BienvenidaDeyna pic.twitter.com/WVU5cy8iLf
Sandy MacIver, Clemson
Teagan Micah, UCLA
✍️⚽️🇫🇷 BREAKING: Upper V Athlete and record-setting @SMUSoccerW striker @A_Thornton123 will head overseas after inking a deal with French club @hacfem. Congrats Allie - the @uppervathletes family wishes you the best of luck as you embark on your pro career! #HAC #TeamHAC pic.twitter.com/mF8mRWMVaT— Upper V Athlete Mgmt (@uppervathletes) December 31, 2019
D Ellie Jean, Penn State
Michelle Alozie, Tennessee
Make it 7️⃣ VFLs in the professional ranks overseas!— Tennessee Soccer (@Vol_Soccer) January 16, 2020
Michelle @alozieee has signed with BIIK Kazygurt, which most recently competed in the @UWCL Round of 16.
📰 » https://t.co/FASDt700DT pic.twitter.com/3CidBLCC6S
Rylee Foster, West Virginia