• Sidnie Dabbadie commits to New Jersey City University!

    Sidnie Dabbadie committed to New Jersey City University! Originally chartered in 1927, New Jersey City University consists of the NJCU School of Business, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education, and College of Professional Studies. We are so proud of you Sidnie!

  • Olivia Robledo Commits to Mississippi Valley State University!

    Olivia Robledo committed to Mississippi Valley State University in Itta Bena, Mississippi. MSVU offers a liberal arts degree as well as science and education degrees, and master’s degree in environmental health, elementary education, criminal justice, business administration, special education, rural public policy and the master of arts in teaching. We are so proud of you Ollie!

  • Emma Einarson Commits to Penn State Harrisburg!

    Emma Einarson committed to Penn State Harrisburg in Lower Swatara Township, Pennsylvania. Penn State Harrisburg offers a comprehensive undergraduate college and graduate school that brings nationally accredited academic programs, award-winning faculty, and the resources of a world-class research university to Pennsylvania’s Capital Region. We are so proud of you Emma!


    Our 18U Gold team AND our 16u Ashley team were selected as one of the top 40 teams to play in the Power Pool at the 4th of July Fireworks tournament in Colorado this summer!

  • Bela Jimenez Commits to Tufts University!

    Isabela Jimenez committed to Tufts University in Boston, MA. Founded in 1852, Tufts is major research institution whose elite academics and selective admissions put it in the running against the Ivies and other highly competitive schools. We are so proud of you Bela!

  • Alicia Estrada verbally commits to University of Utah!

    The UTES are lucky to have you Alicia!!!

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    • May

      Sidnie Dabbadie Commits to New Jersey City University! Read More

    • May

      Olivia Robledo Commits to Mississippi Valley State University! Read More

    • Apr

      Emma Einarson Commits to Penn State Harrisburg! Read More

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