Women's Soccer Signs Four Players
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CHICAGO - DePaul women's soccer coach John Wilson announced today the signing of four player to a National Letter of Intent to play for the Blue Demons next season. This is Wilson's second class of signees as he enters his third season as head coach at DePaul.
This year's class features three players from the Chicago area and a fourth from Ohio. Julianne Sitch, Erin Walter and Amy Witt are three of the area's top high school players while Blair Heiser is a standout from Columbus, Ohio.
"I am very excited to announce my second recruiting class at DePaul University," said Wilson. "This class reflects our tremendous growth as a program. It demonstrates DePaul's ability to attract the best talent in the Chicago area and the Midwest region. One of our priorities in recruiting is to bring in dynamic players who can contribute to our goal of playing an attractive, attacking style of soccer. All of these players will contribute significantly to that goal. The best part about these recruits is that they love DePaul University and our team. The wonderful people on this team were a major reason these players chose to become a part of this special group. We anxiously await the arrival fo these talented players as we anticipate continued future success."
The class features two midfielders and two defenders. Sitch, a member of the U-19 National Team Pool, is a talented player that can player either the midfield or forward positions. Walter, a midfielder, was recently invited to the Adidas ESP Camp which featured the top 150 college prospects. Witt, a defender that can also play at midfield, was a three-year standout at Wheaton-Warrenville South High School. Heiser, a defender, is one of the top student-athletes in the state of Ohio.