NWSL Draft 2015 – Undrafted Free Agent Tracker (UPDATED: 03/10)

Here is a constantly updated list of where some of the undrafted free agents from this year’s draft are showing up for preseason. Feel free to leave any updates in the comments.

I’ve added my Big Board rankings for each player now.

NWSL

Boston

(#44) Paige Burnett – GK – Northeastern
(#88) Chanel Johnson – F – Hartford
(#68) Lauren Lazo – MF – Princeton

Chicago

Monica Gonyo – GK – Loyola (Ill.)
Valerie Gonyo – D – Loyola (Ill.)
Lillie Toaspern – MF – Washington University

FC Kansas City

McKenzie Sauerwein – GK – Missouri
Kaitlyn Stroud – GK – Kansas
(#63) Caroline Van Slambrouck – D – Kansas
(#61) Shannen Wacker – F – Florida Gulf Coast

Houston

(#26) Tessa Andujar – D – Florida
(#45) Allie Bailey – F – Texas A&M
(#16) Jordan Day – GK – Texas A&M
Laura Eddy – MF – Georgia
(#49) Sam Harder – D – Denver
Whitney Jaynes – D – Texas
(#34) Taylor Leach – D – South Carolina
(#29) Kelley Monogue – MF/F – Texas A&M
(#43) Taylor Nelson – D – Long Beach State
(#80) Cami Privett – MF – UC Irvine
Brooke Rice – D – Colorado
Claudia Saucedo – F – William Carey
Lauren Silver – D – Florida
(#42) Quinny Truong – MF – Rice

Portland

Chelsea Archer – MF – Washington
(#47) Kate Bennett – MF – Washington
Savannah Coiner – D – Clemson
(#56) Taylor Comeau – MF – Cal
Chrisalyn Fonte – MF – Nevada
(#82) Krystyna Freda – F – Winthrop
(#27) Kelsey Haycook – F – La Salle
Alyssa Kleiner – D – Santa Clara
(#89) Courtney Nelson – D – Bucknell
(#76) Zuri Prince – MF/F – Stephen F. Austin
Ayaki Shinada – D – Lindsey Wilson
(#70) Allie Sirna – D – Tennessee
(#55) Meredith Speck – MF/D – Yale

Seattle

(Note: Seattle has Daniela Andrade among their invitees, despite her not declaring for the draft.)

(#41) Gurveen Clair – GK – Washington State
Kim Marshall – D – Wake Forest
Alex Quincey – D – USC
(#51) Jaclyn Softli – F – Washington
Caroline Stanley – GK – USC
(#90) Ashlie Stokes – MF – Drake

Sky Blue FC

(Note: SBFC has Genevieve Richard and Kim Elmore among their invitees, despite neither declaring for the draft.)

Theresa Diederich – MF – Alabama
(#65) Maryam Huseini – MF – La Salle
(#87) Stefanie Scholz – F – Rutgers
Amber Stobbs – F – Hofstra
Maruschka Waldus – MF – Alabama

Washington

(Note: Washington has Erin Quinn among their invitees, despite her not declaring for the draft.)

Hannah Kronick – F – Johns Hopkins
(#37) Jade Seabrook – D – Navy

WNY Flash

(Note: WNY has Dominika Conc among their invitees, despite her not declaring for the draft.)

(#86) Pia Rijsdijk – F – Alabama

Abroad

(#74) Megan Dunnigan – D – Stephen F. Austin (IA – Iceland)
(#72) Chelsea Raymond – F – Stephen F. Austin (KR – Iceland)
Audrey Baldwin – GK – Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (Keflavik IF – Iceland)
(#60) Cloe Lacasse – F – Iowa – (IBV – Iceland)

Unknown

Christina Archer – MF – Washington
Julie Arnold – D – Texas
Vienna Behnke – MF – Wisconsin-Milwaukee
(#81) Jaycee Bingham – F – Fresno State
Cassie Black – F – Eastern Washington
(#59) Lauren Bohaboy – F – Notre Dame
(#62) Kelsey Booth – MF – San Diego State
(#83) Mikhaila Bowden – D – Boise State
(#36) Caroline Brawner – MF – Colgate
Kristen Bridges – F – Sacramento State
Gabrielle Brodie – MF – Newberry College
(#93) Taylor Burke – GK – Florida
(#35) Gabrielle Charno – D – UConn
Rikki Clarke – MF – SMU
Kiyomi Cook – MF – Oregon
(#57) Tori Cooper – D – Colorado
Megan Cravenor – MF – Cincinnati
(#94) Morgan Dankanich – F – Navy
Taylor Dearbaugh – MF – Xavier
(#66) Kelsey Dinges – MF – Miami (OH)
Gilda Doria – MF – Duke
Lauren Duncan – GK – West Virginia Wesleyan
Dessi Dupuy – F – Lynchburg
Lulu Echeverry – F – Hofstra
Chandra Eigenberger – D – Wisconsin-Green Bay
Brooke Elby – MF – North Carolina
(#73) Alexa Freguletti – D – Monmouth
Bianca Frontino – F – UC Irvine
Erika Garcia – D – Harvard
Jenna Gibney – D – Colgate
Brooke Gilbert – D – Texas
Megan Giles – F – Oral Roberts
Kendra Griffith – GK – College of New Jersey
Karina Gutsche – D – Florida
Tori Hale – F – Texas State
Brooke Hendrix – F – Southern Miss
Kristi Hestdalen – GK – North Dakota
(#32) Riley Houle – MF – UConn
Justine Hovden – F – Baylor
(#95) Molly Huber – F – Missouri State
Yanci Johnson – F – Northwestern State
Bianca Jones – D – Colorado
(#96) Hannah Kernen – MF – Wisconsin-Green Bay
(#64) Sharis Lachappelle – MF – Texas
Tori Leigh – D – Rutgers
Emily Lillard – GK – Miami (FL)
(#85) Haley Locker – F – San Diego State
(#67) Mary Luba – MF – Marquette
(#79) Jennifer Martin – MF – UCF
Raelynn Mikell – D – Hartford
(#54) Kai Miller – D – Boston University
Ali Myers – MF – Texas State
Jade Ovendale – F – Oklahoma University of Science and Arts
(#78) Katie Perry – MF – San Diego State
(#71) Melanie Pickert – D – Iowa
Amelia Pietrangelo – MF – Rutgers
(#48) Rachel Pitman – D – DePaul
(#91) Katherine Ponce – MF – Towson
Jaclyn Poucel – D – Pittsburgh
(#50) Riley Ridgik – MF – Wake Forest
Cory Ryan – F – Maryland
Brittanie Sakajian – F – Cal State Northridge
Vicky Saraiva – MF – Saint Thomas Aquinas
(#92) Tatiana Saunders – GK – Dartmouth
Taylor Schneider – D – Notre Dame
(#40) Kate Schwindel – F – West Virginia
Samantha Scofield – D – Notre Dame
(#58) Sam Scolarici – F – Hofstra
Cheyenne Spade – MF – Tennessee
Annie Speese – MF – Florida
(#75) Abby Steele – GK – Oregon
Jackie Strug – D – Northwestern State
(#77) Katie Taylor – MF/F – Utah
Rebecca Toler – GK – Tennessee Tech
Deandra Turchi – D – Rowan
(#84) LeAndra Walker – D – Cal State Northridge
Katie Yensen – MF – Virginia Tech

11 thoughts on “NWSL Draft 2015 – Undrafted Free Agent Tracker (UPDATED: 03/10)

  1. smallchief

    I will not be surprised if a couple of those Texas A&M players make the Houston squad. And if I were Houston I would be trying to attract Charlyn Corral from Mexico who was undrafted a year or two ago.

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  2. Kevin Parker

    I hope you don’t mind, but Amber Stobbs contacted me and asked that she be removed from the list as soon as possible as she hasn’t committed to Washington and doesn’t want other coaches to think that she has. So I went ahead and deleted her.

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  3. Terry Lash

    Chris, your followers would love an update now that the teams have named their preseason rosters. Thanks.

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  4. Ezra

    I may be the only one, but with the stellar run Kylie McCarthy had at the end of last season, I was shocked she didn’t declare for the draft. Now that undeclared players are making preseason rosters, does anyone know what she’s up to? I was hoping she might’ve ended up with WNY who could use some forwards, but didn’t see her listed there.

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    1. Chris Henderson Post author

      You weren’t the only one. She was one of the most surprising names not to declare, and she could probably help out a team as at least an amateur fill-in.

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  5. Terry Lash

    The Washington Spirit, in my opinion, could still use more offensive power. Any chance she could help out?

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    1. Chris Henderson Post author

      They already have too many gambles up front. The Spirit need some proven firepower, be it through a domestic player or international signing.

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  6. Terry Lash

    Yes, I agree with you. If Kylie McCarthy is not a “proven” striker, then I agree she would not probably be that helpful. It just seems to me that the Spirit need some better strikers.

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