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Evansville, LIU and Marquette signees
February 17th, 2010 3:28AM

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[WOMEN'S RECRUITING] Evansville, LIU and Marquette announced their women's recruiting classes ...
 
EVANSVILLE. Canadian U-20 Vanessa Legault-Cordisco, who spent the last year at Shattuck Saint Mary's in Minnesota, is among eight players the Aces signed. Other newcomers include defenders Emily Schultz of Leawood, Kan., and Lauren Tiernan of Boise, Idaho; midfielders Carolyn Shenberger of Portland, Ore., Stephanie Thompson of Evansville, Ind. and attacking players Kaitlin Robinett of New Albany, Ind., Breanna Beine of St. Peters, Mo., and Erin Waldrop of Hoover, Ala.

LIU. The Blackbirds added Ingrid Cardenas (Glendale, Calif.), Renee McCaleb (Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.), Jessica Sexton (Rochester, N.Y.) and Jen Spicer (Shelton, Conn.).
 
“We are extremely thrilled with our incoming class that has chosen to pursue their athletic and academic careers at Long Island University,” LIU coach Tracey Bartholomew said. “They each possess excellent athleticism, skill and desire. They also have the potential to challenge for playing time right away as freshmen and will help us make another championship run.

MARQUETTE. Coach Markus Roeders announced MU’s signing class of seven players: Emily Jacobson (Shorewood, Wis.), Cara Jacobson (Shorewood, Wis.), Maegan Kelly (Kansas City, Mo.), Julia Loyd (Minneapolis, Minn.), Taylor Madigan (Dane, Wis.), Kate Reigle (Brookfield, Wis.) and Sofie Schunk (Albuquerque, N.M.).



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