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Hailey DuBose '18 to Play Soccer at UMass-Lowell
Hailey DuBose '18 to Play Soccer at UMass-Lowell

February 7 was the national signing day for prospective college soccer players, and Hailey DuBose '18 signed her Letter of Intent to play on the UMass-Lowell women's soccer team.

DuBose, a boarder from Raynham, MA, is a two-time All-ISL First Team selection and was named Most Valuable Player for the 12-2-6 St. Mark's girls' varsity soccer team in 2016. During her Fifth and Sixth Form seasons, St. Mark's was an impressive 25-4-10 overall.

Joining the River Hawks, DuBose will become part of a Division I program that has featured outstanding defensive play in recent years (giving up just 17 goals in 17 games in the fall of 2017, with six shutouts). UMass-Lowell plays in the America East Conference.

"We are so proud of Hailey and her outstanding accomplishments over the last four years," said Associate Athletic Director and SM girls' varsity soccer coach Lauren Ames. "Her dedication, leadership, and hard work has provided her this tremendous opportunity to play at the next level and we can't wait to see what she will do as a River Hawk!"