LETTERS OF INTEREST | Spalding midfielder Sarah Martin felt at home on her visit to Vermont where she has pledged to play Division I soccer next year.
Several of last spring's All-Met girls' soccer selections are having standout freshman seasons at their respective colleges.
LETTERS OF INTEREST | With the fall soccer season winding down, here's a look at what just some of the 2012 first- and second-teamer All-Met girls' soccer players have been up at the college level.
Calvert's Brooke Bailey played in the Cavaliers' midfield for three years. Next year, she'll head to Division I South Carolina Upstate to play in goal.
GIRLS' SOCCER | Good Counsel Coach Jim Bruno looks back on the 26 years he worked toward 400 wins.
Former All-Met standouts Ashley Herndon and Meghan Cox have each earned CAA Rookie of the Week honors during their first month of play with Dukes.
LETTERS OF INTEREST | Courtney Parr commits to Michigan, where she'll join current Falcons' teammate Megan Hinz next season.
LETTERS OF INTEREST | Bryant Crawford, a rising junior guard, hopes to make Monday's final cut for next week's FIBA Americas U-16 Championship.
After strongly considering sitting out her senior season to avoid the risk of injury, Forest Park senior forward Vanessa Kovar is thankful for her change of heart.
Senior combo forward will take his basketball talents to Alderson-Broaddus in West Virginia next season.