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Colorado, Kansas and Nevada signees
February 4th, 2010 8:45AM

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[WOMEN'S RECRUITING] Colorado, Kansas and Nevada all announced their incoming women's classes ...

COLORADO. Alex Dohm (Colorado Springs), Lizzie Herzl (Littleton), Hayley Hughes (Highlands Ranch) and Anne Stuller (Boulder) will all join the Buffaloes next fall, while Annie Brunner (Arvada) graduated high school early and Amy Steiner (Littleton) has transferred from Arizona.

"We have lost back-to-back senior classes that have had an incredible impact on our program," Colorado coach Bill Hempen, "but looking forward, we think these kids understand that they are more than capable of making their own impact on Colorado soccer."

KANSAS. Maryl Behm (St. Charles, Ill.), Madi Hillis (Edmond, Okla.), Caroline Kastor (Wichita, Kan.), Kaitlyn Stroud (Fayetteville, Ga.) and Savannah Whitaker (Albuquerque, N.M.) will all suit up for the Jayhawks next season.
 
"Even though this is a smaller class than others in the past, the quality is definitely still there," Kansas coach Mark Francis said. "All five of these girls will come in and challenge the returning players. I look forward to working with them in August and integrating them into the team."

NEVADA. Danielle Green (San Clemente, Calif.), Chivon Crump (Sunnyvale, Calif.), Kori Disarufino (San Louis Obispo, Calif.) and Aleina Dominguez (Hacienda Heights, Calif.) are headed to Reno.

"We are thrilled to have Danielle, Aleina, Kori, and Chivon join the Wolf Pack soccer family," first-year head coach Missy Price. "They are all tremendous student-athletes who will positively contribute to the growth and development of our soccer program."



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