2008 Archive

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

"Cavs Ink Pinzone and Fling"

Walsh University has announced that Gina Pinzone and Kristen Fling have signed letters of intent to continue their education at Walsh and play intercollegiate soccer. They will enroll for the 2009 season.

Pinzone lettered four times for Head Coach Kelly Gray at Padua Fransican High School as a midfielder. Pinzone scored 12 career goals and dished out 27 assists. As a senior, Gina handed out 10 assists and scored four goals. She also tallied four goals her freshman year. Kelly received the Coaches Award, the Padua "Fab 5 Award" and earned Academic All-Ohio recognition. She has been a member of the Cleveland Cobras Premier Soccer Club since 2000. She also lettered in basketball and softball. Gina will major in nursing.

Fling earned four letters and started all four years at Manchester High School. Kristen was a two-time MVP and second-team All-District selection and was named to the Greater Akron Soccer Coaches Association team as a senior. Fling also lettered in basketball and track. She is a member of National Honor Society and earned three academic letters. Kristen will major in early childhood education.


Monday, December 22, 2008

"Boytim Signs With Cavs"

Sara Boytim has signed a letter of intent to continue her education at Walsh University, and play varsity soccer for the Cavs. She was the goalkeeper for Springboro High School and also plays club soccer for the Metro Rapids F.C.. Sara has a 4.0 GPA and is a member of the National honor Society and plans to major in Education at Walsh.

"Sara is a true competitor, she inspires her teammates with her aggressive style of play and has total control in the box," noted assistant coach Mark Platts. "Sara will be a great addition to our team for the 2009 season. "


Tuesday, November 11, 2008

"Spence, Zanney Named 2nd Team All-AMC, Four Others Named"

Leya Spence (M, Sr., Mansfield, OH/Madison) and Jill Zanney (GK, Fr., Brunswick, OH/HS) have been selected Second-Team All-American Mideast Conference. Walsh also placed two players on the third-team and two more honorable mention. The Cavs, who finished 9-9-2 overall and 7-5-1 in the AMC, qualified for the post season for the first time in two years.

Spence played in all 19 games and scored four goals, while handing out three assists for 11 points. She was named first-team All-AMC in 2007 and finishes her career with 19 goals (9th) and 12 assists (12th) for 50 points. Zanney played in 16 games and fashioned a 2.06 goals against average in goal, with two shutouts.

Amanda Patrick (F, Jr., Medina, OH/Cloverleaf) and Stacy Poliak (D, Parma, OH/Normandy) were named third-team. Patrick was a named honorable mention last year. This season, she led the Cavs with 20 points, on a team-leading 10 assists and five goals. Poliak played in all 19 games.

Rachel Naumann (M, So., Hinckley, OH/Highland) and Abbie Sullivan (M, Sr., Canton, OH/GlenOak) were each named honorable mention. Naumann scored five goals and finished with 10 points in 19 games. Sullivan led the Cavs with seven goals and was second in scoring with 17 points. She scored three goals in a single game twice.


Saturday, November 8, 2008

"Cavs Lose Playoff Thriller in Double Overtime"

Walsh's (9-9-1, 7-5-1) season came to an end tonight in a hard-fought 2-1 double overtime loss to Roberts Wesleyan. The Raiders drew first blood and the Cavs answered at the 64:05 mark on an unassisted goal by freshman Theresa Boyne (Strongsville, OH/Padua). Roberts Wesleyan then scored the winning goal at the 1:03 mark in the second overtime.

The Raiders bested the Cavs in shots on goal, 8-4 and knotted a tie in corner kicks at 3-3.


Monday, November 3, 2008

"Set for Post Season, Play at Roberts Wesleyan on Saturday

Walsh (9-8-1, 7-5-1) returns to the playoffs, when they play at Roberts Wesleyan College (12-5-1, 10-3) in a first round game this Saturday at 3 pm. The last playoff appearance for the Cavs came in 2005. They are 10-11 all-time in post season action and 0-1 under Head Coach Ed Vargo (76-62-1, 8 yrs.).

The Cavs closed the regular season on Saturday, with a 5-0 American Mideast Conference loss at Mount Vernon Nazarene. MVNU scored three times in the first half (10:08, 35:42, 42:14) to pretty much settle the issue. The Cougars out shot the Cavs 24-7.

Walsh enters the post season with three losses in their last four games. In the regular season, they fell 3-0 at Roberts Wesleyan on September 16. RWC leads the all-time series 5-2, with one tie. This is the first playoff meeting between the two teams.


Saturday, November 1, 2008

"Cavs Blanked 5-0 by Mount Vernon Nazarene in Regular Season Finale"

Walsh (9-8-1, 7-5-1) lost 5-0 in an American Mideast Conference game at Mount Vernon Nazarene (11-6-1, 9-3-1) today, in the regular season finale for both teams. Both the Cavs and Cougars have qualified for post season play, which begins next week. Pairings will be announced on Monday.

MVNU scored three times in the first half (10:08, 35:42, 42:14) to pretty much settle the issue. The Cougars out shot the Cavs 24-7.


Monday, October 27, 2008

"Cavs (9-7-1, 7-4-1) Split AMC Matches, Sullivan Second Hat Trick in Carlow Playoff Clinching Win"

Walsh (9-7-1, 7-4-1) split two important American Mideast Conference matches last week. The Cavs lost 4-0 to Ohio Dominican University, but rebounded to rout Carlow University 9-1, and clinch an AMC playoff berth. The Cavs are tied with Mount Vernon Nazarene (22 pts.) for the sixth place in the AMC. The Cavs and Cougars (9-6-1, 7-3-1) square off this Saturday at Mount Vernon at 1 pm.

Ohio Dominican scored two goals in each half to best the Cavs 4-0 on Wednesday. Saturday was much better for the Cavs, as they won 9-1 at Carlow. Abbie Sullivan (Sr., Canton, OH/GlenOak) turned the "Hat Trick" for the second time this season, in the 9-1 rout. Sullivan also scored three goals in a single game against Shawnee State on September 13. On this day, she also handed out two assists.

Sullivan scored first to give Walsh a 1-0 lead just 4:45 into the game. Carlow's lone goal tied the game at the 27:15 mark. Amanda Patrick (Jr., Medina, OH/Cloverleaf) snapped the tie on the first of her two goals, and gave Walsh the lead for good at 2-1 four minutes later. The Cavs would go on to score three more times in the first half to lead 5-1, as Sullivan, Patrick and Rachel Naumann (So., Hinckley, OH/Highland) each scored. Patrick assisted on Naumann's goal. Sullivan scored her third goal two minutes into the second half, then assisted on Megan Jurcak's (Fr., Hudson, OH/HS) two goals. Mollie Vanover (Fr., Tipp City, OH/Tippecanoe) closed the scoring with an unassisted goal at the 61:17 mark. Walsh out shot Carlow 14-7.

Amanda Patrick leads the Cavs in scoring with 20 points on five goals and a team-leading 10 assists. Sullivan is next with 17 points and a team-leading seven goals.


Saturday, October 25, 2008

"Sullivan Notches 2nd Hat Trick in 9-1 AMC Romp at Carlow"

Walsh's Abbie Sullivan (Sr., Canton, OH/GlenOak) turned the "Hat Trick" for the second time this season, in a 9-1 rout of Carlow College in an American Mideast Conference road game today. The win improved the Cavs to 9-7-1 overall and to 7-4-1 in the AMC, and inched them closer to a post season berth. Sullivan also scored three goals in a single game against Shawnee State on September 13. On this day, she also handed out two assists in the win.

Sullivan scored first to give Walsh a 1-0 lead just 4:45 into the game. Carlow's lone goal tied the game at the 27:15 mark. Amanda Patrick (Jr., Medina, OH/Cloverleaf) snapped the tie on the first of her two goals, and gave Walsh the lead for good at 2-1 four minutes later. The Cavs would go on to score three more times in the first half to lead 5-1, as Sullivan, Patrick and Rachel Naumann (So., Hinckley, OH/Highland) scored. Patrick assisted on Naumann's goal. Sullivan scored her third goal two minutes into the second half, then assisted on Megan Jurcak's (Fr., Hudson, OH/HS) two goals. Mollie Vanover (Fr., Tipp City, OH/Tippecanoe) closed the scoring with an unassisted goal at the 61:17 mark. Walsh outshot Carlow 14-7.

The Cavs are at Mount Vernon Nazarene for an AMC contest next Saturday at 1 pm.


Wednesday, October 22, 2008

"Cavs Blanked 4-0 by Ohio Dominican"

The Panthers scored two goals in each half to best the Cavs (8-7-1, 6-4-1) 4-0 in an American Mideast Conference match-up. Jill Zanney (Fr., Brunswick, OH/HS) allowed three goals and recorded two saves in 85 minutes of action. The Cavs were outshot 6-5, but lead in corner kicks 4-1.

The Cavaliers will travel to Carlow University for an AMC match on Saturday, October 25 at 11 am.


Saturday, October 18, 2008

"Late Goal Edges Cavs"

In a defensive struggle, NAIA No. 21 Notre Dame College (9-2-1, 8-0-1) scored with 66 seconds to play, to edge Walsh (8-6-1, 6-3-1) 2-1 in an American Mideast Conference game.

After a scoreless first half, Walsh took a 1-0 lead as Rachel Naumann (So., Hinckley, OH/Highland) scored on an assist from Dana Speicher (Jr., Stow, OH/Archbishop Hoban) at the 58-minute mark. Notre Dame's Ashley Rucker then scored an unassisted goal to tie the game 11 minutes later. The Blue Falcons scored the game-winner at the 1:06 mark, when Jessica Skoien scored on an assist from Jessica Mazzorato. Walsh pressured Notre Dame to the final gun, and scored what would have been the game-tying goal with one second to play, but an offside call nullified the goal.

Walsh is home on Wednesday for an AMC game with Ohio Dominican at 7 pm.


Monday, October 13, 2008

"Cavs (8-5-1, 6-2-1) Split AMC Games/Host Ranked Notre Dame on Saturday"

Walsh stayed near the top in the American Mideast Conference, despite going 1-0-1 last week. Walsh and rival Malone University battled to a 1-1 overtime tie on Tuesday night, before the Cavs notched a 4-1 win at the University of Rio Grande on Saturday. The Cavs have 19 points and are tied with 21st ranked Notre Dame College, who comes to Walsh on Saturday for a 4 pm AMC match-up. Houghton leads the AMC with 22 points and owns the tie-breaker over the Cavs. A win on Saturday over Notre Dame gives the Cavs sole possession of second place.

Malone rallied late in the game, coming back from a 1-0 deficit and sending the match into overtime, with a goal in the final four minutes. Stephanie Sussman (So., Wadsworth, OH/HS) scored Walsh's lone goal at the 47:00 mark, on an assist by Leah Wilklow (Fr., Rochester, NY/Nazareth Academy). Jill Zanney (Fr., Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded four saves.

On Saturday, Walsh scored three second half goals in a 4-1 victory over the Red Storm. Junior Amanda Patrick (Medina, OH/Cloverleaf) dished out two assists and Mollie Vanover (Fr., Tipp City, OH/Tippecanoe) notched a goal and an assist in the second half. Stephanie Sussman once again initiated the scoring, tallying Walsh's first half goal at the 14:57 mark on a corner kick. Leya Spence (Sr., Mansfield, OH/Madison) and Niki Vengrow (Sr., Akron, OH/Firestone) also scored in the second half, on assists from Vanover and Theresa Boyne (Fr., Strongsville, OH/Padua).

Amanda Patrick leads the Cavs in scoring with 14 points, on three goals and a team-leading eight assists. Spence has 11 points on four goals and three assists.


Saturday, October 11, 2008

"Cavaliers Top Rio Grande 4-1; Improve AMC Record to 6-2-1"

The Cavaliers (8-5-1, 6-5-1) came alive in the second half of a 4-1 victory over the Red Storm in an AMC match-up tonight. Junior Amanda Patrick (Medina, OH/Cloverleaf) dished out two assists and Mollie Vanover (Fr., Tipp City, OH/Tippecanoe) notched a goal and an assist in the second half. Stephanie Sussman (So., Wadsworth, OH/HS) once again initiated the scoring, tallying Walsh's only first half goal at the 14:57 mark after a Patrick corner kick. Leya Spence (Sr., Mansfield, OH/Madison) and Niki Vengrow (Sr., Akron, OH/Firestone) also scored in the second half, on assists by Vanover and Theresa Boyne (Fr., Strongsville, OH/Padua), respectively.

The Cavaliers outshot the Storm 12-10 and bested them in corner kicks 8-1. Jill Zanney (Fr., Brunswick, OH/HS) spent 87 minutes between the pipes, tallying one save and one goal. Amanda Butera (Fr., North Olmsted, OH/HS) relieved her to close out the match.

Look for the Cavaliers in action Saturday, October 18, in a home match-up against AMC foe Notre Dame College at 4 pm.


Tuesday, October 7, 2008

"Cavs/Malone Battle to 1-1 OT Tie"

The Cavaliers (7-5-1, 5-2-1) and crosstown rival Malone University battled to a 1-1 American Mideast Conference overtime tie tonight. The Pioneers rallied late in the game, coming back from a 1-0 deficit and sending the match into overtime, with a goal in the final four minutes. Stephanie Sussman (So., Wadsworth, OH/HS) scored Walsh's lone goal at the 47:00 mark, on an assist by Leah Wilklow (Fr., Rochester, NY/Nazareth Academy). Jill Zanney (Fr., Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded four saves.

The Cavaliers continue AMC play with a match at Rio Grande on Saturday, October 11. Their next home game is the following Saturday, October 18 against Notre Dame College at 4 p.m.


Saturday, October 4, 2008

"Sussman Goal Gives Cavs 1-0 AMC Win at Ursuline"

Stephanie Sussman's (So., Wadsworth, OH/HS) goal at the 8:23 mark of the first half was all the Cavs (7-5, 5-2 AMC) needed in a 1-0 American Mideast Conference win at Ursuline College (27-1, 1-6-1) today. The win was the second straight for the Cavs, who are home against Malone University on Tuesday at 7 pm.

Amanda Patrick (Jr., Medina, OH/Cloverleaf) assisted on the Sussman goal. Walsh out shot Ursuline 6-2. Jill Zanney (Fr., Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded the shutout, with two saves.


Saturday, September 27, 2008

"Walsh Gets Some Help in 2-1 Victory Over Cedarville"

The Cavaliers (6-5, 4-2) improved their American Mideast Conference record to 4-2 after besting Cedarville 2-1 in an away match-up. Leya Spence (Sr., Mansfield, OH/Madison) got things going early, scoring at the 2:57 mark in the first half on an assist from Megan Jurcak (Fr., Hudson, OH/HS). The Cavs then kicked a corner kick that Cedarville directed into their own goal, on an assist credited to Jess Wilson (Hartville, OH/Lake).

The Cavs are on the road again next Saturday, October 4 at Ursuline College (AMC) at 1 pm.


Wednesday, September 24, 2008

"Cavs Drop Hard-Fought Contest to Wilmington 3-1"

Leah Wilklow (Fr., Rochester, NY/Nazareth Academy) notched the only Cavalier goal in a 3-1 loss to Wilmington College tonight. Wilklow tallied at 61:45 in the second half, after two Wilmington scores. Nike Vengrow (Sr., Akron, OH/Firestone) handed out the assist. Jill Zanney (Fr., Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded six saves in goal.

The Cavs (5-5, 3-2) are at Cedarville University for an AMC game at 5 pm on Saturday.


Tuesday, September 23, 2008

"Women's Soccer Ends Two Game Slide, Blank Point Park 4-0"

The Cavaliers (5-4, 3-2) improved their AMC record to 3-2 in a 4-0 shut-out victory over Point Park. Megan Jurcak (Fr., Hudson, OH/HS) initiated the scoring, tallying the first goal at the 8:43 mark in the first half, followed by Rachel Naumann (So., Hinckley, OH/Highland) at the 14:24 mark, assist Abbie Sullivan (Sr., Canton, OH/GlenOak), and Amanda Patrick (Jr., Medina, OH/Cloverleaf), with a corner assist from Jess Wilson (Fr., Hartville, OH/Lake).

Theresa Boyne (Fr., Strongsville, OH/Padua) added an insurance goal in the second half. Amanda Butera (Fr., North Olmsted, OH/HS) notched 90 minutes in goal and recorded three saves. The Cavs travel to Wilmington College tomorrow, September 24 at 7 pm, and host Malone College October 7 at 7 pm in their next home game.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

"Cavs Blanked 3-0"

Walsh (4-4, 2-2) fell 3-0 to Houghton College (5-2, 3-1) in an American Mideast Conference game, played at Walsh tonight. The Highlanders scored all three goals in the second half and out shot the Cavs 15-2. Walsh is home to Point Park in an AMC contest on Tuesday at 5 pm.


Tuesday, September 16

"Cavs Suffer First AMC Loss to Roberts Wesleyan"

Walsh (4-3, 2-1) dropped its first conference game in a 3-0 shutout by Roberts Wesleyan College. Jill Zanney (Fr., Brunswick, OH/HS) faced 90 minutes between the pipes, tallying 11 saves and three goals, but the Cavs were outshot 15-5 and bested on corner kicks 5-1.

Erika Luedke (Fr., Greece, NY) led the attack for the Raiders, scoring one goal and dishing out one assist, while teammates Michelle Roberts (So., Brockport, NY) and Laura Willit (Jr., Spenceport, NY) scored the other two.

The Cavaliers will look to improve their AMC record Saturday, September 20, with a home match-up against Houghton College.


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"Sullivan Gets Hat Trick, Patrick Hands Out Four Assists to Tie School Mark as Cavs Improve to 2-0 In AMC"

Abbie Sullivan (Sr., Canton, OH/GlenOak) scored three goals, two in the first half and one in the second, to help lead the Cavs (4-2, 2-0) to a 6-2 victory over Shawnee State University. Sullivan was assisted by Amanda Patrick (Medina, OH/Cloverleaf) on two occasions and Jess Wilson (Hartville, OH/Lake) on the other. Wilson started the offense for the Cavs, tallying the first goal of the night at 6:58 in the first half, on an assist by Patrick. Rachel Naumann (Hinckley, OH/Highland) also scored at the 44:00 mark in the first half, and Megan Jurcak (Fr., Hudson, OH/HS) extended the lead with a goal at the 58:50 mark in the second half, assisted by Patrick. Patrick's four assists tied a mark previously set by Terri Jo Reimenschneider ('98) and Meghan Patton ('03). Amanda Butera (North Olmsted, OH/HS) recorded her second straight win in goal for the Cavs.

Look for the Cavs in action at Roberts Wesleyan on Tuesday, September 16, followed by their next home match against Houghton College on Saturday, September 20.


Wednesday, September 10, 2008

"Cavs Blank Daemen 3-0, Spence a Goal, Two Assists"

Leya Spence (Sr., Mansfield, OH/Madison) scored a goal and had two assists in Walsh's (3-2, 1-0) 3-0 American Mideast Conference win over Daemen College today. Spence assisted on Jess Wilson's (Fr, Hartville, OH/Lake) first period goal (18:37) to give Walsh a 1-0 lead. Spence then tallied on an assist from Wilson, to give the Cavs a 2-0 lead at the 35:23 mark. Amanda Patrick (Jr., Medina, OH/Cloverleaf) closed the scoring, on Spence's second assist at the 58:30 mark. Walsh out shot Daemen 9-4. Amanda Butera (Fr., North Olmsted, OH/HS) recorded a shutout with six saves in her first collegiate start.

Walsh will host Shawnee State in an AMC contest on Saturday.


Sunday, September 7, 2008

"Cavs Win Marietta College Tourney/Zanney Named Tourney MVP"

Abbie Sullivan (Sr., Canton, OH/GlenOak) scored the winning goal for the Cavaliers (2-2) at the 5:03 mark in the first half to lead the Cavs to a 1-0 victory over SUNY-Bridgeport (NY) in the championship game of the Marietta College Tournament today. Sullivan was assisted by Jess Wilson (Fr, Hartville, OH/Lake) on the game-winner. SUNY-Bridgeport outshot the Cavs 15-11, and also had the advantage in corner kicks, 7-5.

The Cavs placed five players on the all-tournament team; Sullivan, Wilson, Megan Jurcak (Fr., Hudson, OH/HS), Stacy Poliak (Jr., Parma, OH/Normandy) and with keeper Jillian Zanney (Fr, Brunswick, OH/HS), who recorded 10 saves and was named tournament MVP.

The Cavs are home to Daemen College on Wednesday at 4 pm.


Saturday, September 6, 2008

"Cavs Register First Win"

Walsh (1-2) won its first game of the season, and advanced to the championship game of the Marietta College Tournament, with a 2-1 win over the host Pioneers today. Walsh advances to Sunday's championship game at 1 pm.

All the scoring came in the first half, as Walsh's Amanda Patrick (Jr., Medina, OH/Cloverleaf) scored on a free kick at the 4:17 mark of the first half, on a assist from Megan Jurcak (Fr., Hudson, OH/HS) to give the Cavs a 1-0 lead. Leya Spence (Sr., Mansfield, OH/Madison) then scored on a header off of a corner at the 36:48 on a assist from Jess Wilson (Fr., Hartville, OH/Lake). Marietta scored with five seconds to play in the first half to trim the lead to 2-1. The final 45 minutes were scoreless, as Cavs keeper Jillian Zanney (Fr., Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded her first career shutout with five saves. Walsh outshot Marietta 17-8.


Saturday, August 30, 2008

"Cavs Lose 6-2 at USF"

(Fort Wayne, IN) Walsh fell to 0-2, after losing 6-2 to the University of Saint Francis, in the final game of the Cougar Classic in Fort Wayne, Indiana today. Walsh took the early lead at 1-0, when Rachel Naumann (So., Hinckley, OH/Highland) scored at the 10:15 on an assist from Leya Spence (Sr., Mansfield, OH/Madison). The rest was all USF however, as the Cougars scored twice in the first half to take a 2-1 halftime lead, and then four more times, before the Cavs answered with 14 minutes to play. Stephanie Sussman (So., Wadsworth, OH/HS) scored the Cavs second goal on an assist from Andrea Easterling (Fr., Akron, OH/Coventry) at the 76-minute mark.

Walsh travels to Marietta, Ohio next Saturday and Sunday for the Marietta College Tournament.


Friday, August 29, 2008

"Cavs Fall in Final 28 Seconds:

(Fort Wayne, IN) Bethel snapped a 1-1 tie with a goal in the final 28 seconds to defeat the Cavs 2-1, in the season opener at the University of Saint Francis (IN) Cougar Classic. The Cavs meet the host Cougars at 2 pm today. Walsh scored first, as Jess Wilson (Fr., Hartville, OH/Lake) scored on an assist from Amanda Perry (Fr., Warren, OH/Champion), just a little over five minutes into the contest. Bethel tied the game at the 32:45 mark, as the first half ended deadlocked at 1-1.

Walsh's Jillian Zanney (Fr., Brunswick, OH/OH) recorded six saves.


Wednesday, April 30, 2008

"Walsh University Women's Soccer Adds Ninet to the 2008 Class"

Head coach, Ed Vargo, has announced the addition of nine student-athletes for the fall of 2008. Andrea Easterling, Megan Jurcak, Cara Marchant, Corrine Marchant, Chevy Sigler, Mollie Vanover, Leah Wilklow, Jess Wilson, and Jillian Zanney have signed NAIA National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic and academic careers at Walsh University.

Andrea Easterling is a four year letter winner from Coventry High School. Easterling is a forward that scored 62 goals and contributed 60 assists in her high school career. Andrea is the daughter of Jeffrey and Mary Easterling and plans to major in Nursing while attending Walsh University.

Megan Jurcak is a midfielder from Hudson High School. Jurcak earned two letters while at Hudson and also earned Honorable Mention All-Conference in 2006. Megan received the Hustle Award in 2007 and the Ray Hyser Award for Sportsmanship. Jurcak scored 12 goals and had 11 assists in her high school career. Megan is the daughter of Joseph Jurcak and is undecided on a major.

Cara Marchant is a three year letter winner from Tippecanoe High School. This forward scored 20 goals and added 20 assists in her career.Cara is the daughterof Tom and Rachelle Marchant and plans to major in Liberal Arts while at Walsh University. Cara will also be attending Walsh with her twin sister, Corinne.

Corinne Marchant is a three year letter winner from Tippecanoe High School. Corinne is a forward that scored 36 goals and had 39 assists in her high school career. Corinne is the daughter of Tom and Rachell Marchant and plans to majorin Liberal Arts while at Walsh University. Corinne will also be attending Walsh with her twin sister, Cara.

Chevy Sigler is a defender that earned three letters while attending Wooster High School. Sigler earned Second Team All-Conference and Second Team Tri-County in 2006 and 2007. Chevy is the daughter of Wayne and Mary Sigler and plans to major in Nursing while attending Walsh University.

Mollie Vanover is a center midfielder from Tippecanoe High School. This three time letter winner scored 10 goals and added 12 assists during her high school career. Vanover earned All-League and Third Team All-Area for her club team, Metro FC Rapids. Mollie is the daughter of Gary and Nancy Vanover and plans to major in Pre-Med while attending Walsh University.

Leah Wilklow is a four year letterwinner from Nazareth Academy, located in Rochester, New York. Wilklow is a center midfielder/forward/defender that earned All-Private Parochial Team honors in 2006 and 2007. Leah is the daughter of Richard and Brenda Wilklow and plans to major in Business while attending Walsh University.

Jess Wilson is a four year letter winner from Lake High School. This forward scored 58 goals and had 13 assists in her high school career. Wilson earned First Team All-League, First Team All-County, and First Team All-District her senior year. Jess also was named Team Best Offensive Player. She is the daughter of John and Keri Wilson and is undecided on a major.

Jillian Zanney is a two year letter winner from Brunswick High School. She is the daughter of Jim and Faith Zanney and plans to major in physical education while attending Walsh University.