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Playing college soccer has been Kylie Sprecher’s goal since she was eight years old, when she first fell in love with the game.
That dream is slated to come true after her recent verbal commitment to join Marquette in the fall of 2017.
“I picked MU because of the connection I felt with the coaching staff and with the school,” Sprecher told TopDrawerSoccer.com. “I had a lot of fun on my visit and really enjoyed the family atmosphere that MU has as a school and especially as a soccer team.”
Family influence played a role in Sprecher’s love for the game, as her mother played college soccer under head coach Greg Ryan at Wisconsin. She’s eager to improve and develop as a player at the Division I level.
“MU is a very competitive and successful program and it will challenge me to always play to the best of my ability,” Sprecher said. “I am excited to keep working hard and have the opportunity to hopefully contribute to the program’s ongoing success when I get there in 2017.”
A dynamic player eager for the challenge of Division I soccer, Hanna Longendyke found the right fit for her in a New York program.
“I verbally committed to Siena because I enjoy the overall feel and atmosphere of the college as well as looking forward to working with head coach Steve Karbowski,” Longendyke told TopDrawerSoccer.com. “The players and competitiveness of the team also played a huge factor.”
Forward Taylor Daly (GFSC Flames) committed to LIU Brooklyn(w) for the class of 2015.
Midfielder Alexandra Connell (McLean Youth Soccer) committed to Virginia for the class of 2015.