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3. TRANSFERS: Florida State adds three players
April 6th, 2007 6:18PM
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Florida State, an NCAA Division I women's semifinalist in 2005 and 2006, has signed three transfers who should contribute in the 2007 season.

Erika Sutton is a junior transfer from San Diego State, where she was an all-Mountain West second-team selection in 2005 and 2006. She played as a forward, midfielder and back in her two seasons with the Aztecs.

Lauren Switzer arrives from UCLA, another NCAA Division I semifinalist in 2006. She played 21 games for the Bruins. Like Sutton, Switzer's addition provides versatility as a player who is capable of playing a variety of positions in the midfield and defensive lines.

Kate Milstead, a goalkeeper, red-shirted as a sophomore at Penn State last fall.

The Seminoles previously announced the signing of five freshmen, led by Canada U-20 goalie Erin McNulty and U.S. U-17 midfielder Amanda Da Costa and U.S. U-17 forward Marissa Kazbour.

CALIFORNIA. Forward Nikki Schrey, Saint Mary's scoring leader the last two seasons, will transfer to California in time for the 2007 season. Schrey, who comes to Berkeley with two years of eligibility remaining, led the Gaels with 15 points in 2005 and 13 points in 2006.


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