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Loyola Chicago Women’s Soccer Team Welcomes 8 Impressive Signees on National Signing Day

Key points:

  • The Loyola Chicago women's soccer team adds eight new members to their squad on National Signing Day, covering positions of defenders, midfielders, forwards, and one goalkeeper.
  • Head Coach Barry Bimbi announces the addition, expressing excitement and confidence in the talent and versatility of the new players.
  • The signees come with a wealth of experience from high school soccer and have achieved accolades such as All-State, All-Conference, and All-Region honors as well as academic distinctions.

Loyola Chicago women’s soccer team signs eight new players with a mix of defenders, midfielders, forwards, and one goalkeeper. Head coach Barry Bimbi speaks highly of the new additions, emphasizing their impact on the team’s performance. Signee Zoey Bohmer, a solid goalkeeper from Wheaton, IL, catches the coach’s eye with her exceptional skills. Catherine Cline, Roos van Roekel, Stella Kohl, Olivia Anderson, Lydia Case, Alex Gib, and Jocelyn Leigh also bring a wealth of experience and talent to the squad, making them valuable additions to the Rambler family.

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Bimbi Adds Eight on National Signing Day