February 11, 2014
Women's Soccer Announces Eight Signings for 2015 Season
SALISBURY, NC -- Catawba College women’s soccer coach, Michael Swan, has announced his recent signing for the 2014 season. Swan signed eight new players on signing day last week. Joining the program will be Bailey Duncan (Cornelius, NC), Erin Feldman (Charlotte, NC), Becky Frost (Crofton, MD), Jenny Lux (Mooresville, NC), Kelly McBride (Matthews, NC), Kiersten Peck (Indian Trail, NC), India Roseman (Boone, NC) and Kate Weisner (Apex, NC).
Duncan is a 5-3 forward from Hough High School. She helped the Huskies to a NC State Championship in 2012 and to the runner-up spot in 2013.
Feldman is a 5-7 defender from Olympic High School. She has earned all-conference and all-region honors three times while also serving as captain for the Trojans.
Frost is a 5-4 midfielder from Arundel High School. She in an All-State performer and has been named all-county three times. She helped the Wildcats to a pair of county titles and a regional final.
Lux is a 5-2 forward from Pine Lake Prep. She was twice named all-conference and was a three-time team MVP.
McBride is a 5-5 defender from Porter Ridge High School. She has been an all-conference pick for the two-time conference champions. She has served as captain for the Pirates for two seasons.
Peck is a 5-6 forward from Sun Valley High School. She has been named all-conference and all-region and was a member of a conference championship squad. Peck also kicked for the Spartan football team.
Roseman is a 5-3 defender from Watauga High School. She has been an all-conference performer and has helped the Pioneers to three conference championships.
Weisner is a 5-8 forward from Middle Creek High School. She has earned All-State and all-conference honors while serving as captain for the Mustangs.
“We are extremely excited about this year’s incoming class”, stated Swan. “We have added a lot of talent to the squad and feel that they have all the qualities to push the program in the right direction.”
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