San Diego Surf’s NLI Signing Day Ceremony

San Diego Surf’s NLI Signing Day Ceremony

On Wednesday November 14, 2018, high school athletes across the country put pen to paper, officially signing their NLI (National Letters of Intent) to commit to their future college athletics programs.  At the Surf Cup Sports Park in Del Mar, San Diego Surf Soccer held a celebratory signing ceremony for their impressive class of high school seniors.

Twenty-three San Diego Surf players commit to NCAA Women’s Soccer

Across both USSDA and DPL teams, San Diego Surf has twenty-three players officially committed to women’s college soccer programs nation-wide. As the sun set and training ended for all Surf teams, younger players lined up forming a high-five line. The Class of 2019 seniors arrived and joyfully ran through collecting high-fives and cheers from their fellow Surf players.  Players and families then entered the Surf clubhouse. Coach Mark Spooner had arranged a signing ceremony for the girls’ 2019 graduating class.

Back row:
Julia Lucero : Texas Christian University
Ava D’Arcangelo
SaraJayne Affleck : BYU
Sophie Dimry : Washington State University
Sierra Dunphy : Loyola Marymount University
Maddie Mercado : Notre Dame
Avery Shaffer : UCSB
Emma Reeves : Santa Clara
Jade Babcock-Chi : University of Colorado Boulder
Jette Mohler : NYU
Front row:
Abigail Stewart : Loyola Marymount University
Batata Baguly : University of Hawaii
Amber McCorkle : LMU
Monique Landrum : Evansville
Sydney Sparks  : Purdue
Kaitlin Cornell : University of Washington
Sophia Beyer : United States Naval Academy
Morgan Ledenko : Miami

Not pictured:
Mia Fishel : UCLA (currently representing the USA at the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup)
Alina Vertiz : Vesales
Denali Tontini : Vermont
Kendall Lincoln : Wellesley College
Keziah Inniss : Minnesota
Sydney Presnell : NYU

From all of us at SoccerNation, congratulations to all of these outstanding athletes and their families!

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