VSN (admin) Posted on June 18, 2022, 10:00 AM
AVE MARIA, Florida. The Ave Maria University Women’s Football Program is excited to welcome the new class of 2022. The class brought by head coach Tyler Rosser is coming to Ave Maria right after a successful 2021 season.
The incoming Giren class is listed in alphabetical order as follows:
Kennedy Ching originally from Milpitas, California. She played club football for MVLA San Jose and attended Saint Joseph Academy. She plays left flank and left or right back. Her club’s team has won first place in the California District II Cup twice. She is very happy to visit Ha Maria because of the strong family ties that emphasize Christ, as well as the teachers and professors, whose attention is always directed to our eternal destiny.
Sofia Egger originally from Shawnee, Kansas. She graduated from St. Mary’s Academy Homeschool. She played club football for the Kansas City Athletics, where she consisted of two club teams and was the captain of one of them. She plays in defensive midfield and centre-back. She was named to the part-time honor roll at Johnson County Community College for three semesters, received three A’s on the National Latin Examination (Summa Cum Laude), and is certified as a Certified Nursing Assistant. In addition, Sofia is also an accomplished and award-winning pianist. Sophia is thrilled to visit Ave Maria because she can’t wait to immerse herself in the joyful and authentic Catholic culture that exists in the football program and at the university. She is also happy to forge meaningful friendships with people who help each other in their friendship with Jesus.
Lucy Joseph originally from Pauli Island, South Carolina. She played club football for Coast FA and attended Lowcountry Preparatory High School. She plays forward. Lucy earned three points in the Lowcountry, was named Regional Volleyball Player of the Year twice, was a State Basketball All-Star, and was named Regional Football Player of the Year. She also twice captained the Lowcountry football team. She won an Ave Maria Education Department Scholarship, was a Top Achiever, was an AP Scholar, and was a member of the National Honor Society. She is very excited about visiting Ave Maria because when she visited the campus she felt peaceful and excited and was touched by how the coaching staff so encouraged her and made her feel at home. She is also encouraged by the Catholic community of the football team, her studies, and hopes that her faith will be further strengthened.
Celine Legg was born in Clarkston, Michigan and attended Everest High School. As an Everest player, she played outside of midfield. She will serve the team as a student manager. She is very excited to visit Ave Maria because the team is focused on relationships with Christ and other women.
Abby Milos from Clarkston, Michigan. She played club football for Liverpool and United and also attended Everest University High School. She plays as a left winger and left defense. During her preparatory career, she has competed in the all-district selection three times and won the recognition award. She also won the entire district 3 times. She is very happy to visit Ave Maria because she likes that Christ is the center of everything. She wants to grow in her faith, and Hail Mary is the best place to do so.
Lisa Napier from Garner, North Carolina. She played club football for the North Carolina Football Club and played varsity football at Garner Magnet High School. She plays outside linebacker. Lisa has earned membership to the National Beta Club, been named Outstanding Senior of 2022, and received an academic achievement award. She is very happy to visit Ave Maria because she loves the culture and is happy to be able to continue playing football.
Caitlin Ramos originally from Lehigh Acres, Florida. She played club football for the Florida West Football Club and attended Riverdale High School. She plays as a centre-forward or centre-attack mid laner. During her high school years, she was part of the District Championship team and was named the team’s MVP in 2021. Off the field, she won a first-place STEM award in her sophomore year and earned an Associates in Arts degree from Southwest Florida. College. She is very excited about visiting Ave Maria because she can play her favorite sport and join a community that will teach her more faith and help her grow as a football player and as a person in general.
Kylie Zimmerman originally from Ocala, Florida. She played club soccer for the Gainesville Soccer Alliance and attended West Port High School. She plays the goalkeeper. Zimmerman was selected to the Marion County First Team and received the RV20 Meldon Law Scholar Athlete of the Week award. She is most excited about visiting Ave Maria because she can play college football at a great school.
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