Outstanding Scholar/Athletes Headed to Salem in Fall
Posted on Thursday, May 20, 2010
The following outstanding soccer players and students have committed to attend Salem College this fall, according to athletic recruitment director Jay Callahan:
-Amanda Orsino was a star forward at Sauquoit Valley High School in Sauquoit, New York where she led her team to the New York Class C State Championship game this year. She was also selected as the Mohawk Valley Conference Player of the Year, and to the New York Class C All-State team as a senior.
-Mackenzie Schmidt played for years of soccer at Olentangy Orange High School in Lewis Center, OH. She was selected as a Central Ohio Soccer Coaches Association All Star as a senior, and she was also a member of the Blast Football Club.
-Alexi Saganich had a very strong four years as a midfielder and forward at Northeast Guilford High School in McLeansville, NC. She was a four-time Mid-Piedmont All-Conference selection, and was recently selected to play in the North Carolina East-West All Star soccer game.
-Michelle Lawler had a successful career at Eastern Guilford High School in Gibsonville, NC. She also played club soccer for the Guilford United Football Club.
-Sara Otero played four strong years of varsity soccer at Viera High School in Melbourne, FL. She was selected as a Cape Coast All-Conference Player as a senior.
-Cassy Khouri played goalie for several soccer club teams in Santa Clarita, CA. She most recently played for the California Stars Premier, and was a captain for the Santa Clarita Chaos.