Women's Soccer rounds out recruiting class, hosts upcoming Spring Break camps
BUIES CREEK – Taylor Cavazos (Fayetteville, N.C.) will join the Campbell women's soccer program next fall, rounding out the Fighting Camel 2012 recruiting class. Cavazos will graduate from Terry Sanford High School this spring, where she has played under coach C.J. Kommons and been a three-time all-conference performer.
The forward was an all-state selection as a freshman and sophomore, scoring 57 goals and dishing out 23 assists during her first two high school seasons, each of which ended in conference championships. As a junior, she tallied 14 goals and five assists before being injured midway through the season.
Taylor is the daughter of Santos and Deborah Cavazos and has three sisters, Desiree, Alyssa and Marina. She has played club soccer with Triangle Futbol Club, where she was a teammate of current Fighting Camels Ashley Clark and Bailee Johnston as well as 2012 signee Cydney Smith.
Cavazos joins Alexis Connors (Johns Creek, Ga.), Emily Knortz (New Bern, N.C.), Samantha Lawson (Richboro, Pa.), Rachel Miller (Naperville, Ill.), Anna Naples (Winston-Salem, N.C.), Kaleigh Rowlands (Englewood, Ohio) and Cydney Smith (Apex, N.C.) in this year's recruiting class.
Campbell University women's soccer has three camps scheduled in the near future. The team will hold a Spring Break Clinic from April 9-12 for all boys and girls in 1st-8th grade. A high school clinic will be held on April 13 that will include three sessions of technical and tactical information for high school girls. Finally, the Elite Camp is scheduled for July 10-12 for girls in 8th-12th grade. More information can be found at http://www.gocamels.com/camps/wsoccer.