The Washington women's soccer team signed six high-school seniors to national letters of intent Wednesday and the UW men signed nine, including...
The Washington women’s soccer team signed six high-school seniors to national letters of intent Wednesday and the UW men signed nine, including four in-state players.
Joining the Huskies women’s team are Becca Schoales of South Kitsap, Paige Serworld of Central Kitsap, Sarah Shimer of Federal Way, Havana McElvaine of Kent (Denver), Madi McNamara of Jesuit High in Vancouver, Wash., and Morgan Mullin of South Torrance, Calif.
For the men, UW signed Ian Bartlett of Redmond (Crossfire Premier), Beau Blanchard of Sammamish (Eastside FC), Jose Ocampo of Bothell (Crossfire Premier), James Nosack of Vancouver, Wash. (Portland Timber Academy), Danny Gavin (Phoenix), Johnny Knutsen (San Francisco), Mason Robertson (Phoenix), Cristian Roldan (Pico Rivera, Calif.) and Steven Wright (Fair Oaks, Calif.).
Washington State signed seven women’s players, including Kailiana Johnson and Nicolle Marlow of Liberty High, Ayana O’Neal of University Prep and Lianna Simms of Skyline High.
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Among Star Times players signing: Redmond’s Kristin Hayman (Notre Dame), Tahoma’s Mackenzie Henke (Nevada) and Brie Hooks (Colorado), Elise Aylward of Lindbergh (Western Washington), Miranda Rawlings of Mount Si (UNLV), Angela Fischer of Holy Names (Pacific Lutheran), Everett’s Rosie Sittauer (Seattle University) and Issaquah’s Audrey Thomas (Williams College).
Also, Claire Anderson (Lakeside School) signed with Vanderbilt.
Seattle Sounders FC Academy signings: Kyle Bjornethun (Glacier Peak), Seattle U; Jordan Kollars (Central Kitsap), Seattle Pacific; Jason McGlothern (Mount Rainier), Virginia Commonwealth; Mark Matula (Eastlake HS), Drexel; Michael Steele (Insight School), Oregon State; Jacob Hauser-Ramsey (Shorewood), Cincinnati; Jordan Morris (Mercer Island), Stanford; Ike Crook (Beamer), Charleston.