Class of 2018

Introducing the OCYS Class of 2018

ORLANDO, Fla. – Feb. 7, 2018 – Orlando City Youth Soccer (OCYS) is pleased to announce and congratulate players that committed to play collegiate soccer next year. OCYS has a long history of college placement and we are proud of the hard work and commitment from these players, their coaches and families over the past years through our various programs.  

 “Many congratulations to all these players on their commitment to continuing their soccer career. It doesn’t go unnoticed that the hard work by these players, their coaches and families is a reason they are committed today.” Paul Shaw, OCYS Technical Director.

“We could not be prouder of all the players who have come through the OCYS programs who have committed their futures to play collegiate soccer today. The amount of hard work they have put in on and off the field to get here is incredible and today is proof of their resolution to the sport. As a club, Orlando City Youth continues to develop a substantial amount of players to further their soccer careers at the collegiate level. Providing a platform for these players to further their ambitions in soccer remains the focal point of the clubs objectives.” Sam Mitchell, Girls ECNL Director.

Congratulations to the Class of 2018

Katlin Evans

Rollins College

Hensley Hancuff

Villanova University

Darya Rajaee

University of Central Florida

Kristen Scott

University of Central Florida

Hannah Telleysh

University of South Florida

Taylor Smith

Florida Atlantic University

Brin Wexler

Flagler College

Mary Peace

University of Florida

Amanda Martin

University of South Carolina

Julia Martin

University of North Florida

Janae Brown

Alabama State University

Gabby Labrador

Southeastern University

Holly Eddins

Southeastern University

Julia England

Jacksonville State University

Sarah Bissett

Catawba College

Grace Howell

St Leo University

Vanessa Piermont

University of North Florida

Cameron Walton

Missouri Southern State University

Genesis Martinez

Eckerd College

Kayla Hartmann

Shorter University

Kaylee Haas

Reinhardt University

Rachel Boyd

Southeastern University

Grace McEnerney

Truett McConnell University

Max Torres

University of North Florida

Jenna Lantrip

Florida Institute ofTechnology

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