Winter Youth

Nearly 40 Orlando City Youth Soccer Players Recognized on National Signing Day

ORLANDO, Fla. – Feb. 3, 2016 – Orlando City Youth Soccer (OCYS) today recognized nearly 40 of its student-athletes, as each player officially announced their university of choice for the 2016 Fall season during NCAA National Signing Day.

The annual National Signing Day ceremony, hosted by OCYS, marked the third consecutive year in which over 30 Orlando City male and female players officially committed to various colleges across the United States, including schools such as Rollins College, the University of Miami, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and many others.

Additionally, several more players are expected to commit to Universities in the coming months – showcasing the Club’s continued emphasis on player development and college placement.

“We couldn’t be prouder of each player who pledged their commitments today, as it takes an incredible amount of hard work and dedication to get to the next level,” said OCYS Girls’ Academy Director Alan Hough. “From a Club perspective, we’re pleased with the number of players who have signed with various colleges today. To have nearly 40 players on National Signing Day for the third year in a row displays that OCYS is fully focused on not only preparing players for the professional level, but also for the collegiate ranks as well. We look forward to building on this for many years to come.”

Name School
Abigail Foels Rollins College
Alexandra Rost Rollins College
Alexis Castellano University of Miami
Amanda Raleigh University of South Carolina Upstate
Ashley Kreinbring Eckerd College
Brandon Bartel University of Pennsylvania
Carlos Cuevas Drexel University
Chloe Vanbart Minot State University
Cormac Begley University of North Florida
Eric Brody Newberry College
Gabriella Siegfried Adelphi University
Hadley Bucken Niagara University
Haillie Lower University of Florida
Heather Nulty Daytona State College
Jacquelyn Hagan Missouri Baptist University
Jocelyn Cintron Belmont Abbey College
Jonathan Rosales University of South Florida
Josie Banks Westminster College
Kaitlyn Sims Concordia University
Kiana Zangeneh Florida Tech
Kristina Fisher University of Miami
Lauren Jackson University of Tampa
Logan Laskey Rollins College
Makenzie Burton Florida Atlantic University
Maria Munoz Florida Tech
Marianna Shurina East Carolina University
Mercedes Sapp University of Missouri
Miranda Lucas Armstrong University
Natalie Fouque Villanova University
Natasha Castellano Mars Hill University
Nathaniel Adamolekun University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Olivia Printy Manhattan College
Payton Hamilton Troy University
Sam Pyle Mars Hill University
Stephanie Cawthorne Lincoln Memorial University
Vanessa Pajotte Southeastern University
Veronica Nobles West Virginia Tech
Victoria Dorr Florida Gulf Coast University
Mollie Lorden Agnes Scott College


 

 

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