Aggie Soccer Team Signs Four
Feb. 9, 2000
LOGAN, Utah -- - Utah State's women's soccer coach Stacy Enos announced the signing of four student-athletes to national letters of intent to compete for the Aggie soccer program in the fall of 2000. The list of future Aggies include Ally Clegg (Bountiful, Utah), Tracy Brady (West Bountiful, Utah), Michelle Murri (Bountiful, Utah), and Amber Tracy (Wellsville, Utah).
Clegg, a midfielder from Bountiful High School, was a three-year letterwinner who was selected to the Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret News all-state teams as a senior. She helped her high school to three region championships and the runner-up spot at the 1999 state championships. Clegg was also an accomplished track athlete, earning second team all-state honors in her junior year.
Brady, a goalkeeper also from Bountiful High School, was a four-year letterwinner in high school and a two year starter at Dixie College. As a sophomore at Dixie, Brady was honored as Most Valuable Goalkeeper at the NJCAA national tournament and named to the Adidas All-America team and the NJCAA All-American honorable mention team.
Murri, a defender from Bountiful High School, was a three-year letterwinner at the fullback position. Her team took the region championships her sophomore, junior, and senior years, and played in the state championship game her senior year.
Tracy, a forward from Mountain Crest High School earned four varsity letters while scoring 28 goals to go along with her 22 assists during her high school career. Tracy was named to the Deseret News all-state team, the Salt Lake Tribune all-state team, and the all-Valley team in each of her last three years. She also led her team to a second-place finish at the 1996 state championships and a state championship title in the 1998 season.
"I think this is the most successful recruiting class we have had so far in terms of talent," said head coach Stacey Enos. "They are all big time players that have had great exposure to high levels of competition. I think these girls are really going to fit into the program and contribute immensely to the University."