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Women’s Soccer: Cahill and Wallace sign National Letters of Intent

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Goalkeeper, Bailey Cahill, signs her NLI with UH Hilo

My decision to attend University of Hawaii Hilo was an extremely easy decision after visiting the school. I immediately felt at home and welcomed by the team, coaching staff and community. I'm choosing to go to Hilo because it feels like the perfect fit for me. From the size, to the athletic program and location itself there wasn't a question in my mind that that was where I wanted to attend next fall and continue my college soccer career. I'm excited to start this new chapter and new adventure as a Vulcan. 

My time as a Bear Cub was the best experience of my life. Through the past two years I have grown up so much as both a player and person on and off the field. I'm excited to take that knowledge and experience on with me next year. The team, coaching staff and program guided and supported me through some of the most trying times of my life thus far. Yet they pushed me in order to reach my greatest potential and keep striving for more. On and off the field I am grateful, honored, and extremely blessed to have been a part of the Bear Cup Family.

Natasha Wallace commits and signs with Texas A&M University-Commerce

Coming to the JC I had one goal, which was to play soccer and hopefully get a scholarship to continue on to a 4-year. Texas A&M University-Commerce has given me the opportunity to accomplish said goal. Visiting the school solidified an almost  no-brainer decision. One of the necessary factors was having a team and school that I could easily vibe with and feel at home, away from home. TAMUC does just that. Looking forward to becoming a Lion but will always be a Bear Cub at heart.

My journey as a Bear Cub is a chapter in my life that I will always cherish and be grateful for. There were a lot of tough sacrifices to be made to get here but the unyielding support given by the coaching staff, professors, and faculty allowed me to persevere. Within the past two years, I've come across the most positively influential people that I can now call friends. Any success that I've experienced can be directly credited to those around me. Proud to be a Bear Cub.