2018-19 Class Features 3 Defenders, 2 Midfielders and 2 Forwards
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — The Cal Poly women's soccer program has signed seven players to National Letters of Intent to continue their careers as Mustangs.
The 2018-19 class, announced by Cal Poly head coach Alex Crozier, is detailed below.
"We're very excited about this recruiting class," Crozier said. "They bring a great balance of athleticism and soccer IQ."
"We spent a lot of time getting to know these athletes as people and are looking forward to watching them grow into leaders on the field and in the locker room," Crozier added.
Isabel Barnett • Laguna Niguel, CA
5-8 • D / M • Dana Hills HS / SoCal Blues SC
Barnett earned All-South Coast League First Team honors as a junior, when she helped lead Dana Hills to a third straight Southern Section Division 1 playoff appearance.
Barnett, the Dolphins' leading goal-scorer in 2016 as a freshman, also played club for the nationally-ranked Blues of San Juan Capistrano during their transition from the ECNL to Developmental Academy affiliation.
She helped the Blues advance to the ECNL national postseason in 2016, prior to winning the Surf Cup in 2017.
A recipient of DHHS' Dolphin Pride Scholastic Achievement Award, as well as a superintendent's honor roll scholar-athlete, Barnett will major in Kinesiology (with a Pre-Med concentration) at Cal Poly.
Madison Demijohn • Thousand Oaks, CA
5-4 • F • Oaks Christian HS / Eagles SC
A back-to-back All-Marmonte League selection, Demijohn has helped lead the Lions to three consecutive Southern Section playoff trips in either Division 1 or 2, as Oaks Christian has gone 38-14-5 overall the past three years, including a league title at 7-2-1 in 2018.
Demijohn, the younger sister of Mustang junior forward Megan Demijohn, has tallied 19 goals along with 16 assists for Oaks, earning the school's Offensive MVP accolade every year.
She had a season-high of 11 goals her freshman year (featuring a run to the quarterfinals of the division tournament), as the Westlake Village program has gone 19-8-3 combined in Marmonte play. Demijohn also played in the ECNL for her club out of Camarillo, winning the 2015 Champions Legends Cup before playing in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy since 2017.
An honors student, Demijohn will major in Kinesiology at Cal Poly.
Annette Greenley • Los Gatos, CA
5-5 • M / F • Los Gatos HS / California Thorns FC
Greenley tallied 10 goals to go with 12 assists as a junior, helping Los Gatos advance to a second straight Central Coast Section Division 1 semifinal. The Wildcats also qualified for the CCS' final four her sophomore year, when she had six goals and assists each.
A back-to-back first-team All-SCVAL De Anza honoree upon captaining LGHS to a 25-15-5 overall mark her past two years, Greenley enters 2018-19 with 21 career goals and 19 assists.
She also played club soccer in San Jose for the Central Valley Crossfire, which were ranked third nationally. In Developmental Academy play, Greenley was the third-leading scorer in the West (ninth in the country) for 2018, after ranking as the leading Cal North scorer at the 2017-18 Olympic Development Program Championships.
Greenley will major in Business at Cal Poly, with a minor in Media Arts, Society and Technology.
Camille Lafaix • Los Gatos, CA
5-2 • M / F • Archbishop Mitty HS / San Jose Earthquakes DA
Lafaix has started a combined 17 games for the Quakes club in Santa Clara at the U-16 to U-19 levels since 2017.
A captain for the developmental academy squad, she tallied 14 goals in her 19 matches, recently helping San Jose take third place in the playoffs.
Lafaix also played lacrosse and ran track for the Monarchs. An honors student, Lafaix will major in Psychology at Cal Poly.
Aveline Langmead • San Marcos, CA
5-7 • D • San Marcos HS / LA Galaxy SD
Langmead helped lead San Marcos to the 2017 Southern California Division 2 Regional Championship Game as a sophomore, as the Knights went 22-2-4 overall, including a 7-0-3 Avocado League title. The year also saw SMHS advance to the semifinals of the San Diego Section Open Division Tournament, hosted at San Diego Mesa College, with Langmead distributing seven assists and scoring a goal while leading the defense in her 23 matches.
Langmead also helped the Knights reach the section's Division 1 quarterfinals as a freshman, when she had two goals and two assists in 14 starts as one of two first-year players on the varsity squad, as San Marcos came in second in league play at 8-1-1.
During club soccer season, Langmead played for the Encinitas Express from 2010-13 before joining the LA Galaxy San Diego program in Carlsbad in 2014, and was named captain within the first year of the team competing at the Developmental Academy level in 2017.
In addition to making the honor roll every year, Langmead has also participated in ASB. She'll major in Biological Sciences at Cal Poly.
Olivia Ortiz • San Luis Obispo, CA
5-6 • F • San Luis Obispo HS / Central Coast United SC
Ortiz compiled 28 goals and 17 assists for San Luis Obispo as a junior, leading the Tigers to the semifinals of the Division 2 Southern California Regional Tournament, following a trip to the Southern Section D2 championship game.
She helped SLOHS go 24-3-0 in 2017-18, as the team led by former Mustang goalkeeper Brittney Viboch (head coach) and fellow Cal Poly grad Megan Abutin (assistant coach) finished ranked No. 25 in the state by MaxPreps after winning the Pac-8 title with a second consecutive mark of 13-1-0. Ortiz also had 16 goals along with 18 assists as a sophomore, when the Tigers went 20-2-1 altogether.
In addition to earning Tribune County Player of the Year and Pac-8 Offensive Player of the Year accolades, Ortiz was selected as a TopDrawerSoccer Winter State Star in 2018. Daughter of two Cal Poly alumni, she also competed in track & field and swimming previously at SLOHS.
During club season, Ortiz also captained Madrid Premier of Arroyo Grande to a 115-29-46 total mark combined between the U-18 levels.
A California Scholarship Federation honors student, Ortiz has also participated in ASB and Rotary Youth Leadership. She'll major in Biological Sciences at Cal Poly, concentrating in Anatomy and Physiology.
Kylie Rojas • Hayward, CA
5-1 • D • Castro Valley HS / San Jose Earthquakes DA
Rojas has helped lead Castro Valley to a trio of consecutive North Coast Section Division 1 playoffs, most recently following a second-place (5-2-3) West Alameda County finish in 2018 (10-5-5 overall), during which she earned first-team All-Foothill League honors.
Rojas has played on the Trojans' varsity squad since her freshman year, when she scored five goals while defending, helping CVHS go 13-5-2 altogether, as well as 6-2-2 in league play.
In club season, she helped lead the Quakes to third place in the Developmental Academy National Tournament in Kansas City in July of 2018.
An honor roll student every year, in addition to participating in Leadership, Rojas will major in Business at Cal Poly, with a concentration in Marketing.
Cal Poly Soccer Signs 7 Future Mustangs to National Letters of Intent
2018-19 Class Features 3 Defenders, 2 Midfielders and 2 Forwards