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      A-State Soccer Signs Four Players in November Signing Period
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      November 9, 2022

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      JONESBORO, Ark. (11/9/22) – Arkansas State women’s soccer head coach Brian Dooley announced Wednesday that four players have signed their respective National Letters of Intent to join the program beginning with the 2023 campaign.

      Defender Jordan Church (Cincinnati, Ohio), defender Riley Whisenhunt (Springfield, Mo.), defender Katie Steinhoff (O’Fallon, Mo.) and goalkeeper Ally Moore (St. Peters, Mo.) have each signed the necessary paperwork to join the team for the 2023 season.

       

      — Arkansas State Red Wolves Soccer (@AStateSoccer) November 9, 2022

      Jordan Church | D | Cincinnati, Ohio | Indian Hill HS | Kings Hammer SC

      A starter in every game of her high school career, Church joins the Red Wolves from Indian Hill High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. A team captain her senior season, Church was an All-League and Southwest Ohio Team selection and was also a member of the All-Academic League and Southwest Ohio Teams. On the club level, Church played for Kings Hammer Soccer Club for over 10 years. She currently plays for Kings Hammer ECNL Red and has helped club teams to a state title, Midwest Regional Championship and a National Finalist appearance.

      “Jordan competes at the highest club level in the country,” Dooley said. “She is prepared for the collegiate game the minute she steps on our campus this summer. She is strong on the tackle and can also get forward into the attack. She will make our program better!”

       

      — Arkansas State Red Wolves Soccer (@AStateSoccer) November 9, 2022

      Riley Whisenhunt | D | Springfield, Mo. | Glendale HS | Sporting Springfield SC

      Named First Team All-District, First Team All-Conference, First Team All-Region and Second Team All-State in her junior season, defender Riley Whisenhunt has been a standout at Glendale High School. She helped the Falcons to a runner-up finish in the Class 3 Missouri State playoffs. On the club level, Whisenhunt plays for Sporting Springfield Soccer Club and has been on the Missouri ODP 05 State team each of the last three years.

      “Riley is a tall, attacking defender with the ability to play multiple positions,” Dooley said. “She has excellent passing skills and 1v1 defending ability. We are excited to add her to our squad next season.”

       

      — Arkansas State Red Wolves Soccer (@AStateSoccer) November 9, 2022

      Katie Steinhoff | D | O’Fallon, Mo. | Fort Zumwalt West HS | Lou Fusz Tottleben 05

      A standout defender at Fort Zumwalt West High School, Steinhoff has earned First Team All-Conference and First Team All-Region honors in her high school career. She also earned All-Academic Team recognition. On the club level, Steinhoff played alongside A-State signee Ally Moore for Lou Fusz Tottleben 05 helping the team to two State Cup championships, USYSA National League Midwest Conference title, USYSA Midwest Regional qualifier and USYSA National Championship qualifier.

      “Katie is a technical defender who will help our ability to possess and build from the back,” Dooley said. “She can play multiple positions with confidence and we look forward to her presence in our program.”

       

      — Arkansas State Red Wolves Soccer (@AStateSoccer) November 9, 2022

      Ally Moore | GK | St. Peters, Mo. | Fort Zumwalt South HS | Lou Fusz Tottleben 05

      A standout goalkeeper, Moore has helped Fort Zumwalt South High School to two Class 3 MSHSAA State Championships. She has also been honored as an All-Academic Team member. On the club level, Moore has played alongside A-State signee Katie Steinhoff for Lou Fusz Tottleben 05 helping the squad to two State Cup championships, USYSA National League Midwest Conference title, USYSA Midwest Regional qualifier and USYSA National Championship qualifier.

      “Ally is a goalkeeper with great distribution skills and catching ability,” Dooley said. “She plays with confidence and control and can make the big save to start the attack. Our goalkeeper position is a strength of our team, and she will compete from the first day.”

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