Skyhawks stay in Colorado for its latest recruit

FLC women’s soccer turns to Regis Jesuit for another midfielder

This time, Fort Lewis College women’s soccer head coach stayed in Colorado for his latest recruit.

Shannon Harpham, a 5-5 midfielder from Regis Jesuit High School in Aurora, signed her national letter of intent with the Skyhawks, and she joins a group of five recruits all from out of state except one.

“Shannon is another Elite Club National League commit from Real Colorado,” Clarke said in a news release to The Durango Herald. “She is going to be a very crafty midfield player with a great engine.”

Harpham was a four-year starter for the Rangers, and her versatility translated into minutes at defense, forward and midfield.

The rest of the Skyhawks’ recruiting class:

Carolyn Archer, midfielder, Huntington Beach, Calif.

Haleigh Macomb, defense, Cedar Park, Texas.

Ana Moran, forward, Salt Lake City.

Courtney Riley, midfield, Albuquerque.

Kirsten Ryan, forward, Grand Junction.

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