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Aggies land 'wow' class
February 3rd, 2011 4:47AM

TAGS:  college women


[TEXAS A&M WOMEN] Big 12 regular-season champion Texas A&M signed 10 players to national letters of intent in what head coach G Guerrieri called a "‘wow’ type of signing class for us."

“This is a big, important signing class for Texas A&M soccer,” Guerrieri said. “It is true that we will return many of our top players including eight starters from this past season’s Big 12 champions, but we have also graduated some great players and leaders from that team.  I will be looking for players in this group to make immediate impacts on our team’s success in 2011 and beyond."

San Diego Surf's Katie Perry, rated one of the nation's top attacking midfielders, recently joined the England national youth team program. Forwards Annie Kunz and Shea Groom were named the Gatorade Players of the Year in Colorado and Missouri, respectively.

Allie Bailey, F, Surf
Bianca Brinson, F, Lonestar
Jordan Day, G, Sereno
Leigh Edwards, M, So Cal Blues
Shea Groom, F, KCFC Intensity
Annie Kunz, F, Colorado Rush
Renee McDermott, G, Slammers FC
Kelley Monogue, F, Dallas Texans
Katie Perry, M, Surf
Meghan Streight, D, D'Feeters

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