Women's Soccer Announces 2010 Recruiting Class

June 15, 2010

 

CORVALLIS, Ore. - Oregon State head women's soccer coach Linus Rhode announced the 2010 recruiting class on Monday as the group includes 12 student-athletes graduating from high school this spring as well as one junior college transfer.

 



'Our 2010 class provides added depth to the squad as I think this is a talented and versatile group,' Rhode said. 'We've been able to add a lot of quality to our program over our last two recruiting classes and I think these student-athletes will allow us to continue to have a very healthy and competitive environment for roster selections. We are very excited about what each of them has to offer on and off the field.'

 



The signing class includes the following players: Hannah Anderson (MF, 5-4, Bremerton, Wash.; Central Kitsap High School), Megan Chisick (5-7, GK, El Dorado Hills, Calif.; St. Francis High School), Brandi Dawson (5-5, MF, Gaston, Ore.; Forest Grove High School), Jacy Drobney (MF, 5-6, Longmont, Colo.; Silver Creek High School), Marissa Kovac (F, 5-5, Corvallis, Ore.; Crescent Valley High School), Jessica Niewoehner (D, 5-6, Federal Way, Wash.; Todd Beamer High School), Brittney Oljar (MF, 5-2, Camas, Wash.; Camas High School), Claire Pflueger (GK, 5-9, Wenatchee, Wash.; Spokane Falls Community College), Jenna Richardson (F, 5-7, White Rock, British Columbia; Eligin Park Secondary), Rachael Rempe (GK, 6-1, Calgary, Alberta; Western Canada High School), Julia Sattler (MF, 5-7, Portland, Ore.; Jesuit High School), Haley Shaw (MF, 5-8, Oak Harbor, Wash.; Fife High School) and Erin Uchacz (F, 5-10, New West, British Columbia; Terry Fox Secondary).

 



 

Hannah Anderson (MF, 5-4, Bremerton, Wash.; Central Kitsap High School)

 

A four-time all-league selection at midfield for Central Kitsap High School, Anderson signs with Oregon State after being named team most valuable player following her junior and senior seasons. The midfielder played club soccer with the Washington Premier FC and competed for the Washington ODP program.

 



 

Megan Chisick (5-7, GK, El Dorado Hills, Calif.; St. Francis High School)

 

After leading St. Francis High School to three consecutive league titles, Chisick joins Oregon State after allowing a mere two goals her junior season. Chisick played club ball with the California Development Academy where she was a club standout.

 



 

Brandi Dawson (5-5, MF, Gaston, Ore.; Forest Grove High School)

 

Dawson signs with Oregon State after a terrific career at Forest Grove High School where she earned all-state honors following her senior season. The midfielder scored 22 goals while adding 16 assists her senior season as she earned all-league honors for the fourth consecutive year. Dawson played club ball for Tualatin Hills Soccer Club where she has won numerous state cup titles and is a member of the Oregon Olympic Development Program.

 



 

Jacy Drobney (MF, 5-6, Longmont, Colo.; Silver Creek High School)

 

A four-year letter-winner at Silver Creek High School, Drobney signs with Oregon State after earning all-state honors at midfield for two consecutive seasons. During her career, Drobney scored 53 goals while adding 49 assists as she led her team to the state championships her junior year. The four-time all-league selection holds the school record for most assists in a season with 28. The midfielder played her club ball with the Colorado Rush where she has been a consistent standout.

 



 

Marissa Kovac (F, 5-5, Corvallis, Ore.; Crescent Valley High School)

 

Kovac, a local prospect, joins Oregon State after a standout career at Crescent Valley High School. The four-time all-league selection earned all-state honors following her senior season, when she led Crescent Valley with 15 goals and eight assists. During her career, Kovac registered 57 goals and 31 assists as she led Crescent Valley to a pair of league championships. The forward played her club ball with Tualatin Hills United where she has won numerous state cup titles and has also been a regular member of the Oregon ODP Team.

 



 

Jessica Niewoehner (D, 5-6, Federal Way, Wash.; Todd Beamer High School)

 

A four-year letter-winner out of Todd Beamer High School, Niewoeher signs with Oregon State after earning first-team all-league honors for three consecutive seasons. The defender helped lead her squad to three league championships and was a state finalist during her sophomore year. Niewoeher played her club ball with Eastside FC where she has led her club to a top 10 national ranking. Jessica has also been a regular member of the Washington ODP program.

 



 

Brittney Oljar (MF, 5-2, Camas, Wash.; Camas High School)

 

Oljar signs with Oregon State after lettering four times at Camas (Wash.) High School. The midfielder earned all-state honors following her senior season and was a three-time all-league selection. The squad captured third-place at the state championships her senior year as she was a four-time all-academic selection. Oljar played her club soccer with the Tualatin Hills United Soccer Club and has played with the Region IV Olympic Development Program.

 



 

Claire Pflueger (GK, 5-9, Wenatchee, Wash.; Spokane Falls Community College)

 

A Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges all-star selection, Pflueger joins Oregon State after two fantastic seasons at Spokane Falls Community College. In her two years at Spokane Falls, Pflueger led the league in shutouts and was named team most valuable player. Prior to Spokane Falls, she lettered for three seasons at Wenatchee (Wash.) High School, where she was a two-time all-league selection.

 



 

Jenna Richardson (F, 5-7, White Rock, British Columbia; Eligin Park Secondary)

 

Richardson signs with Oregon State after a standout career with the Vancouver Whitecaps soccer club. The striker led the PCSL in scoring during the 2009 season and was a member of the British Columbia squad that captured gold at the 2009 Canada Games while earning most valuable player honors. In addition, she was a member of the U-20 Canada Women’s National Team that competed at the 2010 CONCACAF Women's U-20 Championship in Guatemala.

 



 

Rachael Rempe (GK, 6-1, Calgary, Alberta; Western Canada High School)

 

Rempe joins Oregon State after an excellent career with the Northwest United FC in Canada. The  goalkeeper is a member of the Canadian Olympic Development Program, where she serves as the provincial team captain and was invited to participate at the national training center.

 



 

Julia Sattler (MF, 5-7, Portland, Ore.; Jesuit High School)

 

Sattler signs with the Beavers after earning four letters at Jesuit High School, where she helped lead the squad to the state championship her senior season. The squad was named ESPN Fall Soccer National Champions her senior year as she helped lead Jesuit to four consecutive league titles. The midfielder played her club ball with the Tualatin Hills Soccer Club that has dominated the Oregon State Cup and has been a regular in the Oregon ODP Program.

 



 

Haley Shaw (MF, 5-8, Oak Harbor, Wash.; Fife High School)

 

Shaw signs with Oregon State out of Fife High School in Oak Harbor, Wash., where she helped lead her squad to state championships during her sophomore and junior seasons. The two-time all-state selection registered 40 goals in her three varsity seasons. Shaw was named first-team all-state following her senior season after scoring 14 goals. She played her club ball with Washington Premier FC where she has been a captain and standout player. She has also been a regular in the Washington ODP program for several years.

 



 

Erin Uchacz (F, 5-10, New West, British Columbia; Terry Fox Secondary)

 

Uchacz signs with Oregon State after a standout career at Terry Fox Secondary in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. The four-year varsity letter-winner was the leading scorer of her team throughout her career and was a two-time school female athlete of the year. A member of the Canadian Olympic Development Program played on the British Columbia squad that captured gold at the 2009 Canada Games.  Most recently she has been a standout defender for the Vancouver Whitecaps and a key player in the team’s defensive scheme.

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