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Lexington Sporting Club Reveals USL W League Roster

Last week was full of USL W League news in the Bluegrass! In addition to Racing Louisville’s announcement, Lexington Sporting Club revealed their 2024 W League roster in a series of five posts throughout the week.

On and off the field, the USL W League provides more exposure for girls—resulting in a stronger game led by fierce women. Fans are excited to watch the ladies this summer and support them beyond the Bluegrass!

The USL W League’s mission is to create positive change for young women into play, coach, and work in soccer. With an emphasis on career development, the USL W League provides its women with the tools and resources necessary to prepare them for a life-long career outside of soccer if/when they choose. To learn more about the league, which debuted in 2022, visit uslwleague.com.

The LSC W League squad consists of star studded talent with new and returning players eager to compete. Attend a match and watch the following ladies suit up in green this summer:

Goalkeepers (3): Lily Winkle (Wittenberg University); Anna Rexford (University of Cincinnati); Shelby Smith (Bellarmine University)

Defenders (7): Emma Nicholson (Bellarmine University); Autumn Weeks (University of Louisville, Racing Louisville W League); Jadyn Rupnow (University of Kentucky); Lilia Steen (Transylvania University); Trinity Watson (Apollon Ladies FC, Pepperdine University); Brooke Amos (Southern Mississippi University); Alexia Griffin (University of Southern Mississippi)

Midfielders (5): Brooke Dawahare (returning, Lafayette HS); Allison Raniere (Eastern Washington University, Louisville Triumph FC); Kacey Smekrud (Clemson University, Cincinnati Sirens FC); Anna Gomez Vila (FC Miami City, Palm Beach Atlantic University); Carola Fontan (University of the Cumberlands)

Forwards (8): Lesley Kiesling (returning, University of Kentucky); Gianna Camuso (returning, ISC Gunners); JJ Aalbue (Montreat College); Makala Woods (University of Kentucky); Katherine Truitt (University of Kentucky); Tatum Borman (Scott County HS); Katelyn Fishnick (University of Kentucky); Erin Fite (Morehead State University)


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    BayLeigh is a digital creator at the intersection of sports, pop culture, and storytelling. She works part-time with the Lexington Sporting Club (LSC) assisting with gameday operations; she also serves as the Community Service Lead for The Railbirds, the official supporter club for LSC. With a passion for sports and marketing, BayLeigh is making a change—the digital way.

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