Ohio Soccer Lands Early Commit For 2015 Class

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Andrew Gaug

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Updated Fri, Jun 21, 2013 8:34 pm
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Ohio University soccer head coach Aaron Rodgers added an early commitment on Friday. The Cincinnati Enquirer’s Mike Dyer reports that Madi Kah of Stephen T. Badin High School in Hamilton, Ohio, verbally committed to the Bobcats’ 2015 recruiting class.

Kah is a 5-foot-8 midfielder and forward, and will be a junior in the upcoming 2013 season for the Rams.

“Soccer is really pushing committing early, and I really liked the campus, the coach and the girls on the team really seemed enthusiastic about the school and the soccer program,” Kah said to Jay Morrison of Journal-News.com.

Though Kah is only halfway through her high school career, she has racked up plenty of accomplishments already. As a freshman and sophomore she was selected to the Girls Greater Cincinnati League first team.

In 2011 and 2012, Kah finished in the top-10 in goals in the GGCL with 12 and 11 respectively. She has been very productive in her first two years with the Rams, scoring 23 goals in 20 games. Kah also has 11 assists in two years.

Though the Bobcats picked up an early commitment for the 2015 class, Rodgers has also been busy working on his 2014 class. The new coach added three recruits in May and a transfer in the same month.

Rodgers and the Bobcats kick off their season on the road on Aug. 15 at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 

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