Galloway is transferring from San Bernardino Valley College, where she was named to the All-Foothill Conference First Team in 2012 and tied for the leading goal scorer in the conference with 13 goals, including five multi-goal games. Galloway was also named to the 2011 honorable mention All-Foothill Conference.
“Milan has a great combination of pure speed, technical ability and is a quality goal scorer,” Bailey commented. “She’ll definitely help us be more dangerous up top and create chaos for more goals.”
Harper has spent the last four seasons playing varsity soccer at Argyle High School, where she has been at the top of the team standing for points. She was a 2011 All-District 10 Honorable Mention after leading the team in assists and was named the team captain in 2012.
“Kylee is a solid defender who can play both outside back position and can also make those long runs forward in the attack,” Bailey added. “I look for her to step up and challenge right away and definitely bolster our defensive unit.”
Hazard has been a key member of the John Burroughs High School varsity team for the past four seasons. She has helped the team for top-four finishes in the conference. In 2010 and 2012, Hazard claimed all-league first team honors and was the 2012 team’s best defensive player.
“Brooke is a quality defender who will definitely help our defensive unit,” commented Bailey. “She’s strong and tough, and she loves getting stuck in and challenging the opposing forwards. She can play several places, but I look for her to find a home at center back.”
Hurley has been a goalkeeper for the John Horn High School varsity team for the past two years.
“Lexi has great game awareness and the ability to lead from the back,” Bailey said. “I think she’ll definitely develop and has a bright future ahead with us.”