Stonehill Women's Soccer Signs Seven During Spring Signing Period

EASTON, Mass. (February 20, 2015) - The Stonehill College women's soccer program has signed seven future student-athletes to National Letters of Intent (NLI) since the February signing period opened with National Signing Day on February 4.

The seven future Skyhawks include three midfielders, two forwards, one defender, and one goalkeeper. Head Coach Alex Wilson had the following to say about the newest additions to her program. "I'm thrilled to welcome these players to the Skyhawk Family in 2015. We have a great balance of players coming in that will impact every position on the field. All seven have tremendous club experience and I know they're ready to grow and compete at the next level. Their talents on and off the field will make them a vital part of the Stonehill community as student-athletes. Our strong returning core will no doubt welcome the class of 2019 and be eager to get to work as a team."

Stonehill's signees:

Meghan Thomasch, Forward/Midfield, Westford, MA/Westford Academy, FC Stars NPL     

Emily Scollard, Midfield/Defense, Lynnfield, MA/Lynnfield, NEFC Elite     

Caroline Colbert, Forward/Midfield, Peabody, MA/Peabody, FC Stars NPL     

Madalyn Fernbach, Midfield, Plainview, NY/Plainview Old Bethpage JFK, Farmingdale United    

Katie McDonough, Midfield/Defense, Suffield, CT/Suffield, CFC United ECNL     

Erin O'Brien, Defense, West Hartford, CT/Hall, CFC Wolves    

Catherine Klein, Goalkeeper, Monroe, CT/Masuk, CFC United NPL / GCF Academy 97/98





Stonehill finished its 2014 campaign at 8-8-2, earning the program's first appearance in the Northeast-10 Conference Tournament since 2011 with a 6-6-2 mark in league play. At the conclusion of the season, sophomore Claire O'Brien earned NSCAA All-East Region third team and All-NE-10 second team accolades, while classmate Hannah Fay was named to the NE-10's All-Conference third team and freshman Taylor Shannahan earned NE-10 All-Rookie recognition. 

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