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Nov 19, 2018

Women’s Soccer Announces 2019 Class

CLEMSON, S.C. – Seven players signed National Letters of Intent on Nov. 14 to join the Clemson women’s soccer program’s Class of 2019. Head Coach Eddie Radwanski announced the addition of Lauren Bruns, Caroline Conti, Abby Hanks, Hal Hershfelt, Hannah McLaughlin, Maliah Morris and Harper White on Monday afternoon.

“We are excited to have this nationally-ranked 2019 recruiting class join the Clemson Family! We are adding a lot of quality to our team, particularly on the attacking side,” noted Radwanski. “This is a wonderful group of student-athletes who will do well both on and off the field! They are honored and excited to represent Clemson University and the best is yet to come.”

Below are the details on the seven members of the Tigers’ Class of 2019:

Lauren Bruns
Richmond, Va.
Club: Richmond United

Radwanski on Bruns: “Lauren is an attacking player who scored a ton of goals for both her club and high school team! Lauren is a cerebral player who has good instincts and a great spirit to compete. Her energy and personality are infectious.”

Caroline Conti
Greenville, S.C.
Club: Carolina Elite Soccer Academy

Radwanski on Conti: “Caroline is another attacking player who can score and set up goals. She is a strong player capable of playing any of the attacking positions and can score in a variety of ways. She is super competitive, wants to win, and, coming from a family of Clemson graduates…she is super excited to be a Clemson Tiger.”

Abby Hanks
Ellicott City, Md.
Club: Bethesda Soccer Club

Radwanski on Hanks: “Abby is a smart, versatile player. As an attacking outside back for her Bethesda team, she makes good decisions on when to get forward. Her experience playing midfield is displayed with her touch and confidence on the ball. Abby strengthens our depth in the back and is a great addition to our team.”

Hal Hershfelt
Atlanta, Ga.
Club: Concorde Fire

Radwanski on Hershfelt: “Clemson fans are going to love Hal! She is a high-energy, high-work-ethic, physical player, and her athleticism allows her to cover a lot of ground. Hal does all the intangibles to help her team win. She is a versatile player who can play in the midfield or in back.”

Hannah McLaughlin
Richmond, Va.
Club: Richmond United

Radwanski on McLaughlin: “We were looking to recruit another goalkeeper and we found a great one in Hannah! She’s a smart, sharp keeper with very good feet, and is also a good keeper because of her brain, work ethic and leadership! I believe Hannah’s leadership and personality will be a huge asset for our team. You need people like Hannah and what they bring to the team! I’m glad she’s a Tiger!”

Maliah Morris
Germantown, Md.
Club: Bethesda Soccer Club

Radwanski on Morris: “Maliah is another attacking player who knows where the goal is, has great goal-scoring instincts, can beat players off the dribble and wants to win. Whether it’s with the National Team, her club team or her high school team, Maliah is going to score goals. She and this recruiting class will definitely impact our attacking side of the game, as Maliah completes our attacking trident with Lauren and Caroline!”

Harper White
Franklin, Tenn.
Club: Tennessee Soccer Club

Radwanski on White: “Harper is an athletic, speedy defender who has great range of passing! She has been involved with the U17 National Team, has big upside and will be a welcomed addition on our back line. Each year Harper continues to learn and grow, and we are excited to have her in our environment. The sky is the limit for Harper!”