Mizzou Soccer Adds Jasmine Johnson to Signing Class

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May 8, 2013

COLUMBIA, Mo. - University of Missouri women's soccer Head Coach Bryan Blitz announced on Wednesday the signing of Jasmine Johnson (Los Angeles, Calif.) to a National Letter of Intent to attend Mizzou and play for the Tigers. Johnson joins five others who signed in February as part of the 2013 signing class: Melanie Donaldson (Florissant, Mo.), KC Morris (Elmhurst, Ill.), Kristen Rivers (Lawrenceville, Ga.), Lauren Selaiden (Carrollton, Texas) and Erin Webb (Castle Rock, Colo.).

Jasmine Johnson Facts
Hometown: Los Angeles, Calif.
Position: Defender
Height: 5'7"
Parents: Ronald and Sheila
Club Team: Westside Breakers
Club Coach: Jason Kelly
High School Windward School
High School Coaches: Beto Dos Santoas

 

 

Jasmine's Noteworthy Accolades
Played for Westside Breakers Club and coach Jason Kelly for the last six years ... Helped Westside in the West Coast Tournament two years in a row ... Attends the Windward School and played soccer for coach Beto Dos Santos ... earned all-league first team honors as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Also plays on the softball team for Windward ... Two-time honor roll recipient.

Mizzou Head Coach Bryan Blitz on Jasmine
"We are excited about Jasmine and what she has to offer us from a defensive standpoint. Her natural aggressive mentality fits our style."

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