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4. RECRUITS: Soccer Buzz names top 12 women
February 23rd, 2007 4:43PM



Soccer Buzz, the web site devoted to women's college soccer, announced its Top 12 Recruits, the top U.S.-based players entering college next fall.

The No. 1 recruit is Hannah Cerrone, who will attend Boston College. She is the 2006 NSCAA/adidas High School Girls Player of the Year out of Ketcham High School in Wappingers Falls, N.Y., and a member of the U.S. under-17 national team.

UCLA, North Carolina and California each had two players on the list.

1. Hannah Cerrone, D (Boston College) Lewisboro Xtreme, N.Y.
2. Lauren Barnes, D (UCLA) Arsenal FC, Calif.
3. Yewande Balogun, G (Maryland) Freestate Shooters, Md.
4. Rachel Givan, F (North Carolina) Mississippi United, Miss.
5. Meghan Klingenberg, M (North Carolina) Penns Forest FC, Pa.
6. Jessie Baddley, F/M (Santa Clara) Celtic Storm, Utah
7. Sinead Farrelly, M (Virginia) Spirit United Gaels, Pa.
8. Kylie Wright, D (UCLA) So Cal Blues, Calif.
9. Bianca D'Agostino, M (Penn State) Oakwood SC, Conn.
10. Megan Jesolva, M (California) Slammers FC, Calif.
11. Elli Reed, M (Portland) Utah Avalanche, Utah
12. Jorden Kussman, G (California) Eastside Red, Wash.

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