Recent Women's Soccer Headlines
Spring Valley High School's Olivia Slone is joined by family and coaches as she signs to play soccer at Rio Grande
Spring Valley High School's Olivia Slone is joined by family and coaches as she signs to play soccer at Rio Grande
Mon, Jul. 20, 2015 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – University of Rio Grande women's soccer head coach Callum Morris has announced the signing of Spring Valley High School's Olivia Slone for the 2015 season.
    Slone, a 5-foot-2 defender, helped the Lady Wolves to a 11-10-1 finish last fall after a 1-0 loss to rival Huntington High School in Class AAA sectional tournament play.
    Slone was an honorable mention All-State selection by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association and was a second team All-Mountain State Athletic Conference honoree.

Gahanna Lincoln's Jenna Holder is joined by her parents and Rio coach Callum Morris as she signs with the RedStorm
Gahanna Lincoln's Jenna Holder is joined by her parents and Rio coach Callum Morris as she signs with the RedStorm
Thu, Jun. 18, 2015 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    GAHANNA, Ohio - University of Rio Grande women's soccer head coach Callum Morris has announced the signing of Gahanna Lincoln High School's Jenna Holder for the 2015 season.
    Holder, a 5-foot-1 midfielder, will be making her return to the pitch this fall after missing her senior season of high school with a knee injury.
    "I'm really excited - excited to both play soccer and go to school," she said. "The school's size, the size of the classes, the soccer team - they were all factors in my decision. The campus was really pretty, too."

Jackson High's Parker Davis is joined by family and coaches as she signs with Rio Grande
Jackson High's Parker Davis is joined by family and coaches as she signs with Rio Grande
Thu, Jun. 18, 2015 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    JACKSON, Ohio - University of Rio Grande women's soccer head coach Callum Morris has announced the signing of Jackson High School's Parker Davis for the 2015 season.
    Davis, a 5-foot-5 wing/forward, helped lead head coach Chris Skarratt's Ironladies to the most successful three-year period in the program's history, including a perfect regular season mark last fall.
    "I'm very excited and more than ready to begin my journey at Rio," said Davis. "It's close to home, they've got a great nursing program and it was the school I was most comfortable with."

River Valley High's Rachel Haddad is joined by family and coaches as she signs to play soccer at Rio Grande
River Valley High's Rachel Haddad is joined by family and coaches as she signs to play soccer at Rio Grande
Wed, Jun. 10, 2015 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    GALLIPOLIS, Ohio – University of Rio Grande women's soccer head coach Callum Morris has announced the signing of Rachel Haddad for the 2015-16.
    Haddad, a 5-foot-5 midfielder, began her high school career at Ohio Valley Christian School before transferring to River Valley High School.
    Although River Valley did not field a girls' soccer team, Haddad remained involved in the sport by playing club soccer in neighboring West Virginia.
    "I'm excited," she said. "I can't wait to play competitive soccer again."

Piqua High's Morgen Grunkemeyer is surrounded by family and coaches as she signs with Rio Grande
Piqua High's Morgen Grunkemeyer is surrounded by family and coaches as she signs with Rio Grande
Tue, Jun. 9, 2015 - [Women's Soccer]

Rio Grande Sports Information
    PIQUA, Ohio – University of Rio Grande women's soccer head coach Callum Morris has announced the signing of Piqua High School's Morgen Grunkemeyer for the 2015 season.
    Grunkemeyer, a 5-foot-9 midfielder, helped lead head coach Flo Loisy's Lady Indians to an 11-4-2 record last fall.
    "I'm excited, but at the same time, I'm a little nervous," Grunkemeyer said, when asked to describe her feelings of the signing.
    Grunkemeyer was a four-year letterwinner at Piqua and finished her prep career with 13 goals and 16 assists.

Junior forward Kasey Crow was named to the All-American honorable mention list on Monday
Junior forward Kasey Crow was named to the All-American honorable mention list on Monday
Mon, Dec. 8, 2014 - [Women's Soccer]

NAIA/Rio Grande Sports Information
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – University of Rio Grande junior forward Kasey Crow was among those named to the honorable mention list of the 2014 NAIA Women's Soccer All-America teams on Monday by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).
    Crow, a native of Chillicothe, Ohio, was the offensive leader of the RedStorm, who enjoyed the best season in the program's history by winning a single-season school record 12 games.