Pack women's soccer inks four to 2017-18 roster

Pack women's soccer inks four to 2017-18 roster

PUEBLO, Colo. (February 2, 2017) - The Colorado State University-Pueblo women's soccer team has announced its class of 2017 with four student-athletes electing to further their educational and soccer careers as members of the Pack.

The newly added ThunderWolves each signed National Letters of Intent Wednesday and come from Colorado, Nevada, and Utah.

Pueblo-product Cara Siegel played center-mid  for three seasons at Centennial High School. She is a two-time first team all-conference selection and was named all-state honorable mention in 2016.

She posted a 4.2 GPA at CHS and plans to major in mass communications at CSU-Pueblo.

Sierra Perez (Arvada, Colo.) played three seasons at Ralston Valley High School and earned all-state academic accolades. She was named Outstanding Student Athlete four times for the Mustangs.

Perez competed with Westminster AFC Samba club team and coached by Paul Mulvany.

She earned a 4.2 GPA at RVHS and plans to major in education.

Madison Jepperson (Cottonwood Heights, UT) scored twelve goals along with 15 assists at Brighton High School. She was a member of a state championship team.

Jepperson played with Impact United club team for head coach Ben Gardner.

Alexa Eastep (Henderson, Nev.) played goalkeeper at Green Valley High School where she recorded four shutouts during her senior season.

Eastep competes with Players SC 99 Elite Girls club team for head coach Saeed Bonabian. She plans to major in sports management.

Interim head coach Pascale Rocca is excited about the addition to the Pack family.

"We are very excited to add this group of young women to our program. We want to maintain the tradition of excellence in the classroom as well as being highly competitive on the field and these four women will continue that."

The newly named members of the Pack will arrive to campus in August.

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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.