The Oakville Soccer Club is proud to announce that three of its elite players signed letters of intent with NCAA schools on National Signing Day (Wednesday, February 4, 2016). In addition to these three signings, four additional players have committed to Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) member schools in Ontario.
Sarah Mitchell has played with OSC since 2009 and has committed to Ursuline College (Division II) in Pepper Pike, Ohio where she will be studying Sports Marketing and Pre-Law.
Anya Miller, an OSC player since 2011 has committed to Ursuline College (Division II) in Pepper Pike, Ohio where she will be studying Criminal Justice.
Mabel Dunn, a goalkeeper who has played with OSC since the beginning of her soccer career has committed to Eastern Michigan University (Division 1) where she will study Secondary Education with a minor in French.
Jacquelina Preza has played with OSC since 2010 and has committed to the University of Guelph, and is still deciding on either a Marketing or Sociology major.
Rebecca Osterlee joined OSC in 2014 and has committed to the University of Guelph where she will major in Business Management.
Alexis Trigiani-Kirkwood has played with OSC since 2014 and has committed to Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie where she will study Law and Justice.
Quintin McCleary, a skilled defender that has played with OSC for his entire soccer career has committed to the University of Guelph where he will study Criminal Justice and Public Policy.
“On behalf of the Oakville Soccer Club, we are extremely proud to have our players move on to prestigious post-secondary opportunities in the United States and Canada. Whether they are moving on to an NCAA or CIS program, we know that their character, skill and work ethic will provide them with all the tools for success. OSC is proud to have had an opportunity to assist in their development and wish them all the best," said Dave Harris, Executive Director.
Congratulations to these fine athletes and the Club looks forward to following their successes in the future!