DETROIT, MI–Women’s Soccer Head Coach Tony Williams has been on the recruiting trail for months building the inaugural women’s soccer team for Marygrove College. Brandon High School standout Shana DeVoe inked a letter of intent in front of friends and family on the soccer field at Brandon High School.
DeVoe, a 5’3″ goalkeeper, is a hardnosed multi-sport athlete who is sure to bring a lot to the Mustangs over the next four years. The soccer standout also excelled at swimming and wrestling during her days as a Brandon Blackhawk. Showcasing exceptional skills on and off the playing field, DeVoe was named a Brandon High School and Flint Metro League Scholar-Athlete.
After years of hard work and dedication towards her future, the talented scholar-athlete recently received a Presidential Scholarship to attend Marygrove College. The distinguished scholarship is given out to a handful of incoming student-athletes who exemplify character, commitment and competence in the classroom. For her efforts, DeVoe’s Scholarship will cover all tuition and fees for the 2009-2010 academic year.
Coach Williams on DeVoe: Shana is a talented goalie that will make an immediate impact on our team. She comes out of a solid program and has the ability to become an exceptional college player. I look forward to coaching Shana this fall.
Category: Women's Soccer