WFF Announces Development Academy Player Signings
Wednesday, February 22, 2017 marked a new chapter for our West Florida Flames players as they signed commitment letters to participate within the Development Academy Program. We are pleased that our players choose to focus on proper player development as they continue to enhance personal growth and maximize their potential to best prepare to move onto the next level.
The initial set of signings is led by a strong group of players that most have recently committed to DI college soccer programs.
Mara Rodriguez, West Virginia University, 2018 commit and Salvadorian YNT Team player. “I chose to play in the Developmental Academy because I want to be in the best environment surrounded by the best players and coaches. The DA is the best way for me to prepare myself to play Division 1 soccer at West Virginia University. The DA provides the quality and quantity of training sessions along with the highly-experienced coaches pushing me beyond my limits each day.”
Caroline Delisle, University of Central Florida, 2018 commit. “I chose to play Development Academy because I want to play in the best environment possible to make me a better player and have fun playing at the highest level.”
Jenna Oldham, Boston University, 2018 commit. “I am looking forward to being a part of the Development Academy program at WFF next season. I believe playing DA will be the best environment for me to continue to improve my technical and tactical skills that I will need to play Division 1 soccer at Boston University. DA will also provide me the opportunity to work with quality coaches and play with some of the best soccer players in the country.”
Camryn Lizardi, University of South Florida, 2018 commit. “I chose to play in theDevelopment Academy because I want to play at the highest level. I know that playing against the best competition will prepare me to play at the University of South Florida next year. I look forward to this great opportunity as I end my youth career in a program I started with since u14.”
Bree Doeble, University of Tulsa, 2018 commit.
Nicole Cook, Florida Gulf Coast University, 2018 commit. “I have decided to move back to Florida to better my soccer career by playing DA. I want to train and play at the highest level. I can’t wait to see what the DA has in store for me. I hope it gets me ready to play D1 soccer at FGCU.”
Shannon Greenwood, Western Carolina University, 2018 commit. “I chose to play in the Development Academy because I want to play at the highest level possible before I go off to play D1 Soccer at Western Carolina University, I want to surround myself with the best players and best coaches possible so I can be in a competitive environment and achieve my highest potential. The DA program has the exact training specifications to help me reach the next level.
Jordan Stack, University of Arkansas, 2019 commit. “I chose to play in the Development Academy because I want to train and play at the highest level. The coaches will push me and prepare me to play Division 1 soccer at Arkansas. I will be surrounded by players and coaches at the highest level. The DA is going to give me the challenge that I need to advance in my development.”
Brianna Sikes, The Citadel, 2019 commit. “I chose DA because it is putting me in the environment that will allow me to grow both as a player and an individual while playing at the next highest level. The WFF coaches will also help to continue to push me to be able to reach my full potential prior to playing D1 at The Citadel.”
Mary Raymond, 2019 graduate. “I chose to participate in the DA because I want to continue to challenge myself in the most competitive environment in preparation for collegiate play.”