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MOC women's soccer signs five out-of-state players

Published in Sports on July 5, 2004 1:05 PM

MOUNT OLIVE -- Mount Olive College head women's soccer coach Chris Shaw has signed five more recruits to National Letters-of-Intent, bringing this year's total of signees to 10. All five recruits are from out-of-state -- two from Florida, two from Pennsylvania and one from Canada.

Jackie Jimenez, a forward from Plantation, Fla., tallied 15 goals and 12 assists during her senior year at American Heritage High School. Jimenez earned first team all-county honors and participated in the Florida High School All-Star Game.

Caitlyn Wright, a forward from Titusville, Fla., was a four-year starter at Astronaut High School. During her senior year, she scored 12 goals and recorded 16 assists.

Gina Dos Santos, a forward from Whitehall, Pa., finished her high school career as the all-time leading scorer at Whitehall High School. She was a first team all-league selection in her senior year, scoring 11 goals and nine assists.

Heidi Philip, a midfielder from Saylorsburg, Pa., earned first team all-area and all-league honors during her senior year at Pleasant Valley High School. She tallied 17 goals and 13 assists during her senior season. Philip also helped lead her club team (Vincent United) the Pennsylvania State Cup finals.

Kate Painter, a midfielder from London, Ontario, Canada, helped A.B. Lucas High School win the Ontario High School Girls' Soccer Championship during her senior year.

"I am very excited about the players we have coming in from out-of-state," said Shaw. "All five of these student-athletes have the potential to be impact players for our program."