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Highly ranked goalie Teagan Wy commits to Cal

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DANIELA CERVANTES | SENIOR STAFF

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NOVEMBER 10, 2021

While the Cal women’s soccer season just concluded in a disappointing fashion this past week, the team was dealt a breath of good news Wednesday: Teagan Wy, the 18th-best player in her class, announced her commitment to the program.

Wy, a goalie from Margarita, California, is one of the top players at her position in the entire nation, slotting in as the No. 4 goalie in her class according to Top Drawer Soccer. The 2022 commit has already found much success in her young career, including a 2018 CONCACAF championship with Team USA, in which she started as the team’s goalkeeper.

Wy is yet another addition to the amazingly strong group of underclassmen at Cal; the team boasted the No. 1 recruiting class a year ago.

She will join junior Angelina Anderson to round out an incredibly talented goalie position group next year. Anderson, a freshmen All-American and former Pac-12 Goalkeeper of the Year, is one of the nation’s best at her position and proves to be a stalwart in the Cal lineup next year.

Though this may limit Wy’s playing time in her freshman year, it will provide the incoming Bear with time to develop and learn from her teammate, setting the program up for success for years to come.

Noah Parker covers volleyball. Contact him at [email protected].
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NOVEMBER 10, 2021


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