Feb. 10, 2014
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - On Monday, Feb. 10 the Providence College women's soccer program announced three student athletes have signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the Friars beginning in the fall of 2014. Rachel Morrier, Christina Klaum and Madison Doherty will be joining the Friars as the class of 2018.
"We are excited to welcome these three young ladies to the Providence College women's soccer family," Interim Head Coach Matt Kagan shared. "They are all great players, but more importantly they are great people who have extremely high character. They all embody the culture we are striving to create and maintain here at PC and will be great additions to the program."
Morrier, a Plaistow, N.H. native, joins the Friars after earning two varsity letters in soccer at Timberlane Regional where she tallied 37 career goals and 10 assists. The midfielder/forward was named First Team All-State (2011-12) and Eagle Tribune All-Star (2011-12). Morrier's club team, Seacoast United, served as the 2013 State Cup Champions. Morrier has also excelled in the classroom and is a member of the National Honor Society.
Klaum, a midfielder from Rockville Centre, N.Y., joins the Friars after earning four varsity letters for South Side High School. The midfielder tallied 64 goals and 28 assists over the course of her career. Klaum was a NSCAA All-American selection (2012-13), NSCAA All-Region selection (2012-13) and was named to the First Team All-State (2011-13). In addition, Klaum was named to the Newsday All-Long Island Team (2011-13). Klaum's club team, the Albertson Fury, won the 2013 ECNL North American Championship. Klaum has also excelled in the classroom and is a member of the National Honor Society.
Doherty, a Peabody, Mass. native, joins the Friars after earning four varsity letters in soccer for Peabody Veterans Memorial High School. The forward tallied 77 career points on 47 goals and 30 assists. Doherty was named the 2013 Best Offensive Player of the Year. She was selected as an N.E.C. All-Star (2011-13) and an Eastern Massachusetts All-Star (2010-13). Doherty led Peabody to four consecutive N.E.C. Championships (2010-13) and a State Championship (2011). Doherty's club team, the New England Aztecs, ranked No. 31 in the nation in 2013. Doherty also fulfills the standards as a student athlete as she is a member of the National Honor Society.
"This 2014 class really addresses specific needs for our program on the field and I know that Rachel, Christina, and Madison will all be wonderful representations of what Friar family is all about," Kagan added. We can't wait for them to arrive here in August!"
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