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Cardinal women add U.S. soccer stars

 

United States Under-20 National Team forward Chioma Ubogagu, and former U.S. Under-17 forward Alex Doll will be playing for the Stanford women's soccer team this fall according to a report by SoccerAmerica.

Other Stanford recruits include Hannah Farr, Lo'eau LaBonta, Haley Rosen and Lauren Schmidt, who plays for the Mountain View-Los Altos Avalanche.

Ubogagu, born in London and in the U.S. since the age of three, resides in Coppell, Texas.

"Chioma is a dynamic attacking player wit h great speed and skill," Stanford coach Paul Ratcliffe said. "She has the ability to beat defenders 1-on-1 and is a proven goal scorer."

Doll is a two-time NSCAA High School All-American at Bethesda's Chevy Chase High School in Maryland

Schmidt captained host Trinidad & Tobago at the Under-17 Women's World Cup this past summer.

Field hockey

Stanford head coach Tara Danielson has announced the signing of six recruits to National Letters of Intent. The group will join the Cardinal for the 2011 campaign.

The class includes: Dulcie Davies (London, England), Kelsey Harbin (Escondido), Shannon Herold (Delta, British Columbia, Canada), Alex McCawley (North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), Kasey Quon (Lake Forest, Ill.) and Hannah Thiemann (Ladue, Mo.).

"This dedicated group will compliment the emerging style and structure of our program," said Danielson. These six student-athletes are both competitive and spirited, and we are excited to welcome the class of 2015 to our Stanford family."

— Palo Alto Online Sports

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