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Three Varsity Girls Soccer Players Sign Letter of Intent to Play in College

Three Whitesboro Girls Varsity Soccer players will be playing at the collegiate level this fall. Senior forward Mariah Williams, senior midfielder Natalie Kozlowski and senior midfielder Brooke Crocilla will all be playing at either a Division I or Division II program. The three soccer stars made their future plans official when they each signed a letter of intent on “National Signing Day” during a ceremony in the high school library on February 3.

Mariah Williams, a 4 year varsity player, signed a letter of intent to play for the University at Albany (UA). This season, Williams scored 36 goals and tallied 9 assists. For her career, she scored 93 goals and tallied 23 assists. The UA Women’s Soccer team is a Division I program and is a member of the America East Conference.

Awards - NYS All Region Team (2014), Third Team All State (2014), All CNY Team (2014), All Mohawk Valley Team (2014 & 2013), TVL Offensive Player of the Year (2014 & 2013), Section III All Star (2014 & 2013), Fifth Team All State (2013), Scholar Athlete (2014, 2013, 2012, 2011)

Natalie Kozlowski, a 3 year varsity player, signed a letter of intent to play for Colgate University. This season, Kozlowski scored 9 goals and tallied 14 assists. For her career, she scored 25 goals and tallied 26 assists. The Colgate University Women’s Soccer team is a Division I program and is a member of the Patriot League.

Awards - TVL All Star (2014 & 2013), Scholar Athlete (2014, 2013, 2012)

Brooke Crocilla, a 4 year varsity player, signed a letter of intent to play for Roberts Wesleyan College, located in Rochester, NY. This season, Crocilla scored 5 goals and tallied 6 assists. For her career, she scored 11 goals and tallied 12 assists. The Roberts Wesleyan College Women’s Soccer team is a Division II program and is a member of the East Coast Conference.

Awards - Honorable Mention TVL (2014), Scholar Athlete (2014, 2013, 2012, 2011)

The Whitesboro Girls Varsity Soccer team finished the 2014 season as the Tri Valley League Champions, with a 13-4-1 overall record and an 11-0-1 league record. The Lady Warriors lost to Jamesville DeWitt, 4-1, in the Section III Class A final.