Historic Signing Day Girls Development Academy

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The United Soccer Alliance Girls Development Academy celebrated national signing day in a historic way. The 14 girls that signed their letters of intent on Wednesday made up the top recruiting class in the state of Florida as well as the top class in the history of Clay County Soccer. With many of the players going to top 25 NCAA Division 1 programs this group of players are also in the top 4 signing classes in the nation. Nine out of the fourteen players will be going to schools that are currently in the NCAA D1 tournament with five of them ranked in the top 5 nationally.

“These amazing young ladies have worked extremely hard to get to this day and we are all incredibly proud of them, this is the ultimate reward for the many sacrifices they have made for their sport throughout the past 12 years.” said their head coach Luis Torres.

Picture from left to right:
Tatum Loveless (Samford University)
Rylee Forster (University of South Carolina)
Chloe Iuliano (Mississippi State University)
Kendal Johnson (Mississippi State University)
Alia Skinner (Virginia Tech University)
Kai Hayes (University of North Carolina)
Mackenzee Vance (University of California Los Angeles)
Ashlyn Kane (University of Florida)
Sarah Brunner (University of Virginia)
Lia Godfrey (University of Virginia)
Mackenzie Hochreiter (Coker University)
Analiese Anderson (Auburn University)
Not able to attend:
Jessica Camken (University of Louisville)
Lucy Worthy (Washington and Lee University)