Midfielder to Forego Senior Season in Women's Soccer
SAINT LEO, Fla. – Former Saint Leo women's soccer player Malloree Enoch has signed a professional contract to play for the W-League's Vancouver Whitecaps it was announced by the organization on Thursday morning.
The would-be senior decided to bypass her senior season with the Lions to travel back to the west coast and play professionally.
A unique story even before her arrival to Saint Leo, the Fairview, Ore. took three years off after graduating high school to serve as a Flight Attendant. Recruited to Saint Leo, she fought through injury to score seven goals in 38 games.
A midfielder, Enoch shined in helping to create scoring chances as she assisted on 18 goals and played in almost 3,100 minutes. Extremely physically fit, she will take her aggressive and dominating style of play to Vancouver, where she will look to earn a starting role with a team who finished tops in the W-League.
Click here to read the official release from the Vancouver Whitecaps FC.
Enoch will finish her semester, then transition north of the boarder to prepare for the Whitecaps' season which begins on May 15.