Choctaw's Caitlin Bond signs with UCO soccer team
Though she received recruiting attention from a wide range of programs all around the country, Choctaw soccer player Caitlin Bond found the best fit close to home, signing with Central Oklahoma.
Bond, who scored 15 goals for Choctaw as a junior last season, signed with the Bronchos as part of a class heavy on top talent from around the metro area, including Cierra Allen of McGuinness, Tyler Barajas of Mustang, Meghann Combs of Yukon and Ciara Mitchell of Carl Albert.
“Caitlin is very dynamic and exciting to watch and should be able to create in several positions for us right away,” UCO coach Mike Cook said.
“We’re really excited about this class of recruits. Their soccer knowledge is very high and it’s a very athletic group. We feel like we addressed some areas of need and definitely have added depth to a lot of positions. This recruiting class along with our returning group of players should make for an exciting 2012 season when we look forward to making an impact in the MIAA.”
The Bronchos went 15-4 last fall in making it to the national playoffs as an independent and will join the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association next year.
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