Ladies’ Soccer Welcomes 2021 Recruiting Class

Ladies' Soccer Welcomes 2021 Recruiting Class

George Washington ladies’ soccer lead trainer Michelle Demko has reported the expansion of 11 understudy competitors for the fall 2021 season. The gathering incorporates nine first-years and two alumni moves.

“I’m extraordinarily invigorated for the impending season,” said Demko. “We have an extremely capable, cutthroat and dynamic program loaded up with incredible individuals who love GW and are resolved to prevail on and off the field.”

“The entirety of our returning players give us extraordinary initiative and represent living our guiding principle of assurance, responsibility and regard,” said Demko.

“Their obligation to teach and greatness throughout the last couple of seasons has been gigantic. They know about progress, yet in addition see how significant the excursion is for us to proceed to fabricate and develop as individuals and players. With this sort of outlook driving us, I am certain our new 11 players will stroll into our program on the very beginning and comprehend the worth of difficult work and speculation that it takes to be fruitful at GW,” said Demko. “I expect these new players hopping directly in and fortifying our current unique program.”

“Our staff buckled down with this selecting class to guarantee we were acquiring the ideal individuals that line up with our qualities on and off the field. We are inviting these new players from everywhere the country, alongside two worldwide players,” said Demko.

“Individuals will see these new faces on each line on the field for us. Altogether they bring an abundance of speed, physicality, specialized and strategic refinement and a cutthroat mindset that will assist with pushing our program forward. I can hardly wait to begin with them and anticipate having them join our soccer family,” said Demko.

Sophia Danyko-Kulchycky/GR/Forward/Chappaqua, NY/Horace Greeley/UConn

At UConn: Saw activity in 52 games in four years at UConn and made 21 beginnings … Scored two objectives and counted an aid the 2021 spring season … Recorded a profession high eight objectives in 2018 … Also drove the group with 17 focuses, 45 shots and 19 shots on objective.

Secondary School: Four-year varsity letter-victor at Horace Greeley High School … Senior chief, All-Region, All-State Second Team, All-Section and All-League colleague in 2016 … Conference 1/League D Co-Player of the Year … Led group to an alliance title in 2016 … Holds the record for most consolidated objectives and aids Greeley young ladies’ soccer history.

Cammie Dopke/GR/Defense/Arcadia, CA/Arcadia/Harvard

At Harvard: Appeared in 15 games, making 13 beginnings on the backline for the Crimson in 2019 … Helped the group to eight shutouts … Tallied first-profession objective against Brown (October 2019) … Named to CoSIDA Academic All-District group … Saw activity in 11 games and made nine beginnings as a sophomore (2018).

Secondary School: Played for LA Premier FC … Four-time first-group all-association determination, double cross Defensive MVP … All-CIF Southern Section second-group honoree (2x) … Pacific League champion (4x) … Two-year skipper of both soccer and volleyball crews … Also ran track … Arcadia Rotary Athlete of the Month (January 2017).

Summer Beesley/FR/Defense/Wilmington, NC/Hoggard

Secondary School: 2019-20 ECNL Mid-Atlantic Conference Player to Watch … 2019 Hoggard High School Conference Champions … Earned All-Region, All-Conference and All-Area praises subsequent to scoring three objectives (one game-victor) and counting three aids 2019 … Earned All-Region, All-Conference and All-Area respects as a green bean in 2018.

Amelia Booth/FR/Defense/Manchester, UK/Woodhey

Secondary School: Competed for Manchester City Football Club.

Ainsley Lumpe/FR/Goalkeeper/Huntington, NY/Huntington

Secondary School: Named Albertson Soccer Club Goalkeeper of the Year … Suffolk County All-Division and All-County … Susa Senior Goalkeeper of the Year … Competed for FC Fury and Susa club groups.

Abby Mansoor/FR/Midfield/Sterling, VA/Dominion

Secondary School: Virginia 4C Soccer State Champion 2021 … First-Team Coaches All-Region Tournament Team 2021 … First-Team All-Loudoun County 2021 … Girls Academy Weekly Standout 2020 … Girls DA Playoff Standout 2019 … Girls DA Winter Cup Standout 2019 … Ran track at Dominion … Also an individual from the National Honor Society and the French Honor Society.

Emma Midock/FR/Defense/Mechanicsburg, PA/Red Land

Secondary School: Team Captain (2020, 2019) … 2020 Mid-Penn Commonwealth First-Team All-Star .. 2019 All-Sentinel noteworthy notice … 2019 Mid-Penn Second-Team All-Star… 2018 All-Sentinel good notice … Member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society.

Maggie Mockenhaupt/FR/Defense/Bristow, VA/Patriot

Secondary School: Four-year individual from varsity crew at Patriot High School … First-Team All-Conference as a senior, Region 6B State next in line … Selected as group skipper as a senior … First-Team All-District and Second-Team All-Region as a sophomore … Played for the Virginia Development Academy … ECNL Northeast Conference Selection Program member and ID2 Player Development Program member … Member of the National Honor Society and the Beta Club.

Sarah Patton/FR/Defense/Moorestown, NJ/Moorestown

Secondary School: Team MVP and group skipper as a senior … South Jersey Soccer Coaches Association Steph Allocco Award victor in 2021 … Played for the Players Development Academy … Northeast Regional Champions in 2016, 2017, and 2018 … NPL National Champions in 2018 … ECNL 2019-21 … Member of the Honor and Service Society from 2019-2021.

Kelly Poole/FR/Forward/Waxhaw, NC/Cuthbertson

Secondary School: Two-time All-Conference, All-Region and All-State honoree … Named group MVP twice … Team skipper during senior season … Played for the Charlotte Soccer Development Academy and the Charlotte Independence ECNL … Graduated Magna Cum Laude as a North Carolina Academic Scholar … Also ran crosscountry.

Alicia Window/FR/Defense/Manchester, UK/Kingsway

Secondary School: Competed for Manchester City Football Club.

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