Women's Top 100 Freshmen revealed
Young talent thrived in the 2018 Women's Division I season.
National runners up North Carolina relied on Brianna Pinto in the midfield, while Rachel Jones was one of the many players to rotate in off the bench. Pac-12 power USC counted on the finishing touch of Penelope Hocking, who carried her club form into her freshman season, while U.S. youth internationals Naomi Girma and Sophia Smith (before Smith picked up a season-ending injury) were key figures.
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