The St James FC Virginia recently announced that 22 student athletes from the class of 2022 have committed to play college soccer.

"We have enjoyed working with the class of 2022 as they have developed through the years," TSJ FC Virginia Girls Academy Director Bobby Puppione said. "This class is filled with not only quality soccer players, but tremendous young women that will make a positive impact in the world."

Puppione noted that the class of 2022 athletes will join more than 200 players from TSJ FC Virginia who have progressed to play college soccer at more than 100 schools.

"We are looking forward to seeing them succeed as student athletes in the college game and beyond," Puppione added.

The St James FC Virginia Class of 2022

Courtney Andersen (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) Virginia Tech

Reese Borden (TSJ FCV United South U19 Girls) Towson

Reagan Boyer (TSJ FCV United North U19 Girls) Roanoke College

Alyssa Cacace (TSJ FCV United South U19 Girls) Virginia Military Institute

Kat Cassidy (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) James Madison

Kendall DiMillio (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) Virginia Tech

Dru Drake (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) South Carolina

Ellie Fiening (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) Virginia Commonwealth University

Abby Fisher (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) College of Charleston

Alexa Gianoplus (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) Vanderbilt

Eve Kaufman (TSJ FCV Elite North U19 Girls) Mary Baldwin

Katy Layman (TSJ FCV GA 05/U17 Girls) Virginia Military Institute

Sanam Milani (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) Radford

Sydney Miller (TSJ FCV United South U19 Girls) Ferrum College

Emily Moffitt (TSJ FCV United North U19 Girls) Roanoke College

Madison Moon (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) William and Mary

Maysen Nelson (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) Virginia Tech

Kathleen Pine (TSJ FCV United North U19 Girls) West Georgia

Taylor Price (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) Virginia Tech

Madison Townes (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) Marshall

Cami Wiles (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) Coastal Carolina

Jordan Yang (TSJ FCV GA 03-04/U19 Girls) James Madison

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