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DECEMBER 01, 2019

Cal field hockey head coach Shellie Onstead announced Wednesday that field hockey athletes Abbey Frame (Vista, Calif.), Sabine Hommes (Westlake Village, Calif.), Natalie Moore (Los Gatos, Calif.), Sara Stone (San Diego, Calif.), Annabelle Johnson (Greenwood Village, Colo.), Elizabeth Philipp (Doylestown, Penn.) and Kaiden Stanley (West Vancouver, Canada) signed letters of intent to compete for the Bears.

With an illustrious selection of MVP-caliber local and international talent, Onstead bolstered her recruiting track record once again.

Frame and Hommes earned multiple MVP awards at their respective high schools. Frame was additionally dubbed the 2019 Avocado League Player of the Year for her stellar performances throughout last season.

Sister of former Cal field hockey player Melina Moore, Natalie Moore will look to carve her own path at UC Berkeley, and she has the resume to do just that. Moore earned first-team all-league honors in each of her four seasons at Los Gatos.

Stone will enter the Cal program on the heels of four team MVP honors and a call up to the U.S. national squad in 2019.

Spencer Golanka is the sports editor. Contact him at [email protected]. Follow him on Twitter at @sgolanka.
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DECEMBER 01, 2019


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