Five Anderson Girls Soccer Players Make College Decisions

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Five Cincinnati Anderson High School girls’ soccer players from the
2009 class recently made oral commitments to continue their academic
and athletic careers in college. Those players – which are
currently juniors – include midfielders Dana Dalrymple (Iowa), Liz
Miller (College of Charleston) and Sam Toepfer (Morehead State) along
with defenders Lindsay Bell (Memphis) and Katie Slaughter (Central
Michigan).


Five Cincinnati Anderson High School girls’ soccer players from the 2009 class recently made oral commitments to continue their academic and athletic careers in college.

Those players – which are currently juniors – include midfielders Dana Dalrymple (Iowa), Liz Miller (College of Charleston) and Sam Toepfer (Morehead State) along with defenders Lindsay Bell (Memphis) and Katie Slaughter (Central Michigan).

Miller led Anderson in scoring last season as she had 11 goals and four assists. Toepfer had nine goals and five assists.

Dalrymple had four goals and 12 assists. Bell, a defender, had six assists.

Anderson coach Bil Miller (name spelled correctly) said when the five players were freshmen, they saw a photo in a local publication of another soccer program with seven players signing with college programs.

“I cut that picture out and told this group that they were going to be like that some day if they worked at it,” Miller said. “They all took it to heart and worked hard.”

Anderson (14-3-2, 5-0 in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye division), has won two consecutive league titles.

The Redskins, a Division I sectional runner-up last fall, should be among the top teams again in Southwest Ohio this fall, especially with the five talented players returning.

“I am very proud of their accomplishments,” Miller said. “These kids deserve everything they have achieved.”

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