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Baylor Womens Soccer signs 11 new recruits

Published 2/11/2015 9:04:05 AM by staff from dallas
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Last year was just not up to par for the Baylor Womens Soccer program as they went 9-8-3 and finished 7th in the Big 12.  Coach Paul Jobson responded by bringing in a very talented 11 woman recruiting class for the 2015 season.  Five of the signings are from the state of Texas including three from right here in North Texas.  Kylie Ross of McKinney, Ariel Leach of Flower Mound and Sarah King from Coppell are the three locals signed by the Bears.

"This may be one of the most complete classes we have ever brought in," said Jobson. "Each young lady is a complete player with a mentality and knowledge of the game that will continue to help us get better. They are also top students and people, which goes along with our tradition of excellent student-athletes."

2015 Baylor Soccer Signings
Kennedy Brown from Kingwood, Texas and Challenge SC
Cierra Bryant from Overland Park, Kansas and Sporting Blue Valley FC
Jackie Crowther from Temecula, California and Legends FC
Haley Foster from Highlands Ranch, Colorado and Real Colorado FC
Rebecca Gartner from Danbury Connecticut transfer from UCF
Sarah King from Coppell, Texas and Dallas Texans
Megan Kostolansky from Glen Ellyn, Illinois and NSA
Ariel Leach from Flower Mound, Texas and Dallas Sting
Hannah Parrish from Naperville, Illinois and Team Chicago
Lauren Piercy from Amarillo, Texas and D'Feeters SC
Kylie Ross from McKinney, Texas and Dallas Texans

Label: Baylor Womens Soccer 2015 Signings, Megan Kostolansky, Lauren Piercy, Cierra Bryant
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