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Viviana Villacorta, a Senior on the Girl’s Soccer Team, recently was called up to play for the U-18 Women’s national Team for the United States. Few people ever get the opportunity to play soccer professional, let alone represent their country.

Viviana has aspirations to become a professional soccer player in the NWSL (National Women’s Soccer League). 1 in every 10,316 women’s soccer players will be drafted into the NWSL, but with Viviana already playing for her country, her chances greatly improve. The United States Women’s National Team (USWNT) won the most recent Women’s World Cup, making it their third World Cup victory in the last 25 years!

You could be walking the halls with the next star of USWNT!

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