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IUPUI and Utah announce recruiting classes
February 23rd, 2010 2:50AM

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[WOMEN'S RECRUITING] IUPUI and Utah are among the schools to announce their 2010 recruits ...

IUPUI. Sarah Carlisle (Dynamo), Sarah Colby (Carmel United), Sammi Deer (FC Pride), Ashley Doreski  (Indiana Magic/WildCats FC), Anna Dow (Cutters/Dynamo), Kristin Pierce (CUP Gold) and Sarah Wong (Ajax Storm/West Rouge Storm)

“We are very excited about this year’s recruiting class,” Coach Chris Johnson said. "When we started watching this class play a few years ago, we knew our 2010 senior class would be a very strong one and that we’d need to replace several players in the starting lineup. This group has several individuals who can make an immediate impact on our starting lineup, and may be one of the strongest classes we’ve ever brought to IUPUI.”
 
UTAH. This year’s signing class includes four players from the state of Utah: Percie Allen (Sandy), Lexi Krantz (Salt Lake City), Cheyanne Mulcock (West Jordan) and Harley Spier (Lehi). Of the five out-of-state players, three hail from California: Jen Ericson (West Sacramento), Stacy Fujikuni (Moorpark) and Leslie Muirhead (Santa Cruz). Jenny Hutton (Littleton, Colo.) and Hallie Koeppen (Eagle, Idaho) round out Utah’s 2010 signees.



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