|Bobcats Ink Three To Play Women's Soccer|
|Written by LMC Sports Information|
|Saturday, 06 August 2011 22:58|
The Lees-McRae College women's soccer team is pleased to welcome three additional incoming freshmen for the 2011 season, announced head coach Cally Morrill Friday.The Bobcats, who previously announced four commitments in February, will be joined by Allyson Titsworth, Alex Trujic, and Cynthia Cervantes this fall.
"I am extremely excited about the flair this freshman class brings to the table," said Morrill. "They are an exceptional group of young ladies who fit our vision for the future of the Lees-McRae women's soccer program. We've added versatility and depth within the team this season, which is something we struggled with last year. It's a great situation with the addition of these freshmen to our existing group of talented returners."
Allyson Titsworth - 5-4 - Defender - Holmes Beach, Fla.
Titsworth was a four-year letter winner at Manatee High School, where she was coached by George Ameres. She earned both Defensive "Most Valuable Player" honors and the Coaches Award, while playing her club soccer for the Braden River Rage under coach rick Ponto. Titsworth is the daughter of Steve and Judy and has one brother, Jack, and one sister, Lauren.
Alex Trujic - 5-4 - Defender - Naples, Fla.
Trujic joins the Bobcats after a stellar career at Venice High School where she was twice named team Defensive "Most Valuable Player" under coach Sheldon Chamberlain. She attended Pompton Lakes High School in New Jersey during her freshman year, earning all-state, all-league, and all-county honors that season.
Cynthia Cervantes - 5-3 - Midfielder - El Paso, Texas
Cervantes was a three-year team "Most Valuable Player" at Bel Air High School, as well as a two-time "Most Valuable Player" on the cross country team. She played her club soccer for El Paso Juventus FC under coach Alejandro Martin del Campo, where she was a member of a back-to-back regional finalist team. Cervantes is the daughter of Enrique and Martha.
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