Women's Soccer - Mon, Jan. 7, 2008
CHICAGO - Saint Xavier University recently signed three women's soccer recruits from outside of Illinois in an effort to strengthen its roster for the 2008 fall season. Nancy Schueth and Larissa Jondle, both from Lincoln Pius X High School in Lincoln, Neb., will join Danielle Garlock, who hails from Rockford High School in Rockford, Mich., as part of the new freshmen class who have signed letters of intent to continue both their academic and athletic careers at SXU as members of the Cougar women's soccer program.
Schueth is a midfielder at Pius X and is currently coached by Josh St. Pierre. She is the daughter of Larry and Cindy Schueth of Lincoln. Jondle plays center back for the Thunderbolts at Pius X and is also coached by St. Pierre. She is the daughter of Ed and Cara Jondle of Lincoln. Garlock is a forward at Rockford High School and is coached by Heidi Greenland. She is the daughter of Jim and Pat Garlock of Rockford.
"Nancy is one of the best players in the state of Nebraska and was highly recruited," said Saint Xavier University assistant women's soccer coach Jeremy Ekeler. "She brings (NCAA) Division I speed to our program and is an explosive, impact player. Larissa comes from a long line of stellar Pius X defenders and is extremely quick, physical, and savvy. She will have a chance early to show why she was so highly recruited. Danielle is a quick, athletic forward, who attacks the goal. She fills a need for us at forward and her toughness and athleticism will provide a new dimension to our attack and compliment our 2008 squad."