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Women’s Soccer Team Signs Seckman Senior

December 08, 2011

Donna Jolliff signs a letter of intent to play soccer at St. Louis Community College.  
Seckman senior Donna Jolliff, seated center, signs a letter of intent to play soccer at St. Louis Community College. Also pictured with Jolliff are, seated from left, Jolliff’s father, Joe Neal, and her mother, Angie Neal; and back row, from left, Seckman coach Jeff Perry and STLCC coach Juergen Huettner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Juergen Huettner isn’t wasting any time in preparing for 2012. This week, Huettner, the women’s soccer coach at St. Louis Community College, signed Donna Jolliff from Seckman High School.

During her junior year in spring 2011, Jolliff contributed three goals and five assists. While that production came mostly as a midfielder for Seckman, Huettner projects Jolliff as a forward at the collegiate level.

“When I watched her, we looked at her as a forward,” Huettner said. “I know in high school she plays more as a midfielder, but she’s really strong with the ball. She has a nice, physical presence as a player and she can put the ball in the net.”

The Archers will certainly be looking for new sources of offense in 2012, as the team’s graduating sophomores contributed 25 of the team’s 55 goals this season. Huettner, however, is confident his team’s newest addition can help bridge that gap.

“We lost some good scorers this year, but Donna is definitely a player that can help us,” Huettner said.