ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich.- On Wednesday, July 18, Rochester College Womens Head Soccer Coach Todd Stank announced the signing of Cheyanne Daniels and Traci Taylor.
Daniels hails from Whitby, Ontario where she led her Wildcats in volleyball, softball, and soccer, earning seven varsity letters.
Daniels has deep roots in the game of soccer as her grandfather, Clifford Daniels, played professional soccer in South Africa.
Coach Stank on Daniels:
"The women's soccer program is happy to announce the signing of Cheyanne Daniels from Ajax Ontario. Cheyanne has played at a high competitive level in Ontario and brings to RC an impressive amount of experience. Cheyanne is an extremely talented athlete who will add a new dimension to our program. While Cheyanne is primarily a Keeper, she has tremendous versititlity and has the capacity to be effective anywhere on the pitch. Cheyanne will add another dimension of energy and skills which can only help us continue to improve as we move forward. Our expectation is that Cheyanne has the capacity to immediately step into the starting keeper position and the leadership role that the position requires."
Traci Taylor joins the women's soccer team after leading the Rochester College Volleyball team for four years. Before playing volleyball at Rochester College, Taylor enjoyed a stellar high school career at Sterling Heights High School where she was a three-sport star. Her post season honors included All-District in soccer and First Team All-Conference in both volleyball and basketball. She earned eight varsity letters as a prep.
Coach Stank on Taylor:
"Rochester College Women's Soccer program welcomes the addition of Traci Taylor for the 2012/13 season. Traci is a current student athlete who has completed 4 competitive seasons with the rc volleyball program. Traci will now use her substantial athletic abilities to help the Women's Soccer Program. We are excited to welcome Traci to our program as she has already proven herself as a scholar athlete, and a great asset to Rochester College and Rochester College Athletics."