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Class of 2013 Student Athletes Commit to Colleges - Cincinnati United has 17 Boys and 22 Girls Committed - More to Commit Soon Cincinnati, Ohio

Cincinnati United Soccer Club is happy to announce college commitments for its graduating class of 2013.  Thus far, 39 student athletes will be playing college soccer this fall at a college or university.  17 boys and 22 girls have committed to play soccer at the next level.  More student athletes are finalizing their college decisions and we will update those as they make their selections and these numbers continue to grow. "We are very proud our student athletes as they continue their soccer careers at the next level" said Scott Rodgers, Executive Director of Cincinnati United.  "These players have excelled in the classroom and on the soccer field, and we are excited to see them play collegiately this fall.  A majority of these players were developed within our club and have represented us on state, regional, and national teams.  We wish them all the best in the future.”

Boys Commitments:
- Sam Bascom - Madeira High School - US Naval Academy
- Aaron Basford - Monroe High School - Wilmington College
- Connor Bauer - Mason High School - Bellarmine University
- Jake Ciricillo - Sycamore High School - Xavier University
- Pedro Diaz - Mason High School - University of Cincinnati
- Ben Emery - The Summit Country Day School - University of Dayton
- Alex Gambill - Lebanon High School - Ohio Northern University
- Alex Hall - Monroe High School - Thomas More College
- Caelan Hueber - The Summit Country Day School - Adelphi University
- David Janusz - Lebanon High School - Ohio Northern University
- Stephen Marks Jr - Madeira High School - Centre College
- Joe McClanahan - Lakota West High School - University of Findlay
- Jake Meyer - Bishop Fenwick High School - University of Indianapolis
- Brad Schluter - Centerville High School - Cincinnati State
- Jake Stovall - Centerville High School - Wright State University
- Jerrick Valentine - Sycamore High School - Bellarmine University
- Zach Zwiesler - Carroll High School - Wright State University

Girls Commitments:
- Ashley Baker - Wester Brown High School - Anderson University
- Rachael Ballish - Indian Hill High School - Belmont University
- Meghan Blank - Bishop Fenwick High School - University of Dayton
- Kelsie Bolerjack - Centerville High School - Valparaiso University
- Nicole Brown - Sycamore high School - Thomas More College
- Sarah Byrne - Ursuline High School - University of Dayton
- Michele Christy - Ursuline High School - University of Tennessee
- Jessie Comorosky - Loveland High School - Hanover College
- Kathy Connor - Mason High School - Capital University
- Haley Gribler - Springboro High School - Lee University
- Maggie Hare - Lakota West High School - Xavier University
- Brooke Huber - Lakota East High School - Ball State University
- Linnea Kremer - Walnut Hills High School - Roanoke College
- Rosemary Lavelle - Mount Notre Dame High School - University of Wisconsin
- Abbey Mills - Ross High School - Mars Hill College
- Elle Nguyen - Lakota West High School - Northern Kentucky University
- Kelly Neeb - McCauley High School - Auburn University
- Lauren Rose - Lakota West High School - Thomas More College
- Elizabeth Slattery - Indian Hill High School - University of Florida
- Carolyn Springsteen - Mason High School - Lipscomb University
- Ashley Woolpert - Springboro High School - West Virginia University
- Eric Ytterbo - Miamisburg High School - Ohio University

About Cincinnati United Soccer Club
Cincinnati  United Soccer  Club  seeks to provide children  and young adults  of  Butler  County, Hamilton  County, Warren County, and all other neighboring communities throughout the Greater Cincinnati and South Dayton areas, a full range of opportunities to enjoy and develop  in  soccer, at a  level appropriate for  their  age, ability and interest. We recognize that different  children  play  the game for  different  reasons  and  that  Cincinnati  United  must  therefore  provide  a  variety  of programs which address the needs and interests of all children in the communities we serve.
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