Leesburg, VA (Feb. 5, 2015) – Loudoun County High School is pleased to announce that on Wednesday, Feb. 3, four senior Raider girls soccer players signed their National Letters of Intent (NLI) to compete at the collegiate level.
Liz Lazzaro, who had to sit out the 2015 season with a knee injury, will finally hit the field for the Raiders this Spring, and next Fall will be attending James Madison University where she will play soccer for the Dukes.
Malorie Joseph has started 4 years for Loudoun County, and in 2015 she was named 1st Team All Conference 21 and 2nd Team All 4A North Region. This Fall Malorie will become a student-athlete at the next level, playing soccer for Mary Washington University.
Hailey Shaw has been a 4 year starter for Loudoun County High School. In the Spring of 2015 she was named 1st Team All Conference 21 and 2nd Team All 4A North Region. She will be attending Christopher Newport University in the Fall as a student-athlete for the Captains.
Hannah McShea started for the Raiders in 2015 and was named 2nd Team All Conference 21. Hannah heads to Harrisonburg this Fall to attend school and play soccer for the James Madison University Dukes.