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Castleberry leaves Texas A&M for the Horned Frogs
February 4th, 2010 8:45AM

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Kim Castleberry, who was one of the top players coming out of high school last year and played 25 games for Texas A&M as a freshman, has transferred to TCU.

Castleberry, who played for the Dallas Texans, was also a track star in high school.

Brittany Slyman, another Texans player, has also enrolled at TCU early.

Kristen Barg, a midfielder for the Texans, and Brooke Kviz, a defender from Polaris, complete the quartet of Dallas area players who have joined the Horned Frogs.

Kelly Johnson, a defender from Real So Cal, Kaitlin Hellmann, a midfielder from the Slammers FC, and Maddy Courvoisier, a defender from FC Las Vegas, also are headed to Fort Worth.

"We are extremely excited about the group that will be joining us here in the fall," said TCU head coach Dan Abdalla. "We have already added Kim Castleberry and Brittany Slyman to our program this spring, so when you add those two with the seven other newcomers, we really have a very dynamic group both on and off the field."



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