Five sign on to play women's soccer at Cal Poly

sports@thetribunenews.comFebruary 8, 2013 

In addition to San Luis Obispo High’s Brady Candaele, the Cal Poly women’s soccer program announced the signing of four other recruits to national letters of intent Thursday.

“Overall these recruits represent a very solid group of technical players with a high soccer IQ, outstanding passion and work rate,” Cal Poly head coach Alex Crozier said in a news release. “We are looking forward to working them into the program and raising the level of play.”

The group is comprised of midfielders Jordan Smith of Palo Alto High and Dana Gornick of Menlo-Atherton High, defender Shannon Stabler of Moraga Campolino High and forward Megan Abutin of San Diego Mt. Carmel High.

Candaele, who announced her signing Wednesday, also plays midfield.

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