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Irish land former U-17 Laddish
February 12th, 2010 4:14AM
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[NOTRE DAME WOMEN] Midfielder Mandy Laddish, who represented the USA at the 2008 Under-17 Women's World Cup, is among six players Notre Dame women’s coach Randy Waldrum has signed for next season.

Other recruits include highly rated Eclipse Select defender Kecia Morway and Canadian U-20 forward Adriana Leon.

Elizabeth Tucker (Jacksonville Fury), Rebecca Twining (Challenge SC) and Elizabeth Wilson (KCFC Alliance Jazz) also committed to Notre Dame.

“I think we have a very solid class coming in for 20 10,” Waldrum said. “We filled the needs that we had due to graduation. I love the personalities of the incoming class, as they are all creative, committed, talented, and are all very team-oriented. Chemistry is such a huge part of success, and this class will fit in nicely with a very talented group of returning players.”

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