Letter or Intent

37 Orlando City Youth Soccer Players Sign National Letters of Intent

ORLANDO, Fla. (February 1, 2017) - Orlando City Youth Soccer (OCYS) today recognized 37 youth soccer players that signed national letters of intent to play college soccer. 

This is the fourth consecutive year that OCYS has had over 30 male and female players sign on National Signing Day. This year, 37 players officially committed to play for NCAA Division I, II and III colleges and universities. 

“We are so proud of each player who pledged their commitments today,” said Alan Hough, OCYS Girls Director of Coaching. “These commitments are a testament to the incredible work of the athletes themselves, but also of their coaches, parents and all those who support them. We very much looking forward to continuing this streak of signing as many players for years to come.”


Brooke Bollinger

Florida State University

Kaley Verpaele

University of Alabama

Molly Von Eschenback

Rollins College

Sarah Thrush

University of Nebraska

Brianna Austin

Ohio State University

Anabella Giullano

Rollins College

Carolyne Davidson

Princeton University

Samantha Vitols

Florida Atlantic University

Rocio Sanders

Auburn University

Marisa Maynes

Stetson University

Brianna Waggoner

Florida Atlantic University

Madison Mascheri

Valdosta State University

Naomi Powell

North Carolina State University

Samantha Hilsee

Emory University

Olivia Simmons

Vanderbilt University

Chyanne Dennis

University of South Florida

Sarah Aikens

Nova Southestern University

Kiara Montenegro - Paz

Lees McRae College

Aden Carver

Florida Tech

Samantha Hoffman

Johns Hopkins University

Sydney Henderson

Chowan University

Sabrina Henderson

Chowan University

Jewell Gentry Mickelson

Polk State College

Julia Soncinni

Daytona State College

Natasha Merangoli

University of Maine

Lillie Sumrall

Birmingham-Southern College

Gabby Miranda

Concordia College

Brianna Sawchuck

Andrew College

Ciara Gay

Andrew College

Rachel Condrey

Huntingdon College


Raul Aguilera

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Jack McKloskey

Ohio State University

Juan Hernandez

Appalachian State University

David Loera

North Carolina State University

David Norris

North Carolina State University

Landen Haig

Wake Forest University

Nick Reyes

Jacksonville University


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