Presbyterian College and head women’s soccer coach Brian Purcell announced the signing of Amy Cloud, Bri Reynolds, Anna Stouffer and Megan Wilson to join the Blue Hose in the fall of 2019.

 

“We are thrilled to have these standout student-athletes joining us next fall,” said Purcell. “They represent everything that we think is important for our program.  They are dedicated students, talented and hard working players, and young women with great character who will be assets to the team and College.”

 

Amy Cloud, Midfielder, 5-4, Farragut HS

 

High School: Two-time member of the All-State team (2016, 2017) … Three-time First team member of the All-District and All-Region teams … Named Team MVP in 2018 … Voted player with the Most Intensity in 2016 and Rookie of the Year in 2015 … Sub-State Finalist in 2016 and 2017.

 

Club: Played for FC Alliance in the ECNL … State Champion in 2016 and State Finalist in 2015. 

 

Personal: Amy Michele Cloud was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, to Rusty and Patti Cloud … Sister Katie played soccer at Lee and father Rusty played baseball at Chattanooga State … President of Project U … Member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, and Chick-fil-A Leader Academy … Wrote for the school newspaper … Volunteered at her local church, soup kitchen, and nursing home … Chose PC because of the PC community … Is currently undecided on a major.

 

Bri Reynolds, Forward, 5-7, Swansea HS

 

High School: Has recorded 149 goals and 48 assists for 346 points … Set the South Carolina single-season scoring record with 66 goals in 2018 … Three-time All-Region V-AAA All-Conference Player of the Year … Three-time All-Conference First Team member … Three-time member of the All-State team … Three-time member of the Viking Cup All-Tournament team … 2018 All-Chronicle and State Newspaper Midlands Staff Player of the Year … United Soccer Coaches High School and Max Preps Player of the Week … Featured on the All-USA watch list and Nations Elite Girls All-South Region … 38 goals, 16 assists, 92 points as a freshman … 45 goals, 7 assists, 97 points as a sophomore … 66 goals, 25 assists, 157 points as a junior.

 

Club: Played for SCUFC in the ECNL … Earned ECNL AYW Spotlight of the Week and Girl’s Goal of the Year honors.

 

Personal: Carlie Brianna “Bri” Reynolds was born in Columbia, S.C., to Harvey and Patti Reynolds … Volunteered with the special Olympics, her church, and in the soccer community through minicamps … Member of the A-B honor roll and Student Council … Chose PC for its small school feel, outstanding academic reputation, and a Division I athletic experience … Intends to major in physical therapy.

 

Anna Stouffer, Defender, 5-8, Bradley Central HS

 

High School: District runner-up in 2017 and 2018 … Named District MVP and District Defensive MVP in 2018 … Named to the All-State team in 2017 … Three-time All-Region team member (2016-18) … Four-time All-District team member (2015-18).

 

Personal: Anna Nicole Stouffer was born in Cleveland, Tennessee, to Jim and Rhonda Stouffer … Member of the Bear Scholar Honor Roll … Recipient of the AICE Diploma Scholar-Athlete Award … Vice President of Interact Club … Member of the National Honor Society and Cambridge department … Ranked 8th in her class of 400 students … Chose PC because she loved how welcoming everyone was and it felt right when she was on campus … Intends to major in biochemistry.

 

Megan Wilson, Defender, 5-8, Governor Thomas Johnson HS

 

High School: Four-year varsity letter winner in soccer and two-year varsity letter winner in track … Named team Player of the Year and the recipient of the Patriot Award in 2017 … 2019 Regional and State Champions … Earned the Dustin Muse Athletic Award … State qualifier in the 4X800m relay … Regional qualifier in the 1600m.

 

Club: Played for the Soccer Association of Columbia … State Cup Champion 2018 … NPL National Tournament Finalist 2018.

 

Personal: Megan Alexandra Wilson was born in Grand Junction, Colorado, to Christopher and Elizabeth Wilson … Sister Sarah is a swimmer at Campbell … Vice President of National Honor Society … Leader of Fellowship of Christian Athletes … Member of Student Government Association and Math Honors Society … Volunteered at the Appalachian Service Project, Falling Springs Food Pantry, Frederick Food Bank, and as a sports camp counselor … Chose PC because of the peaceful atmosphere and campus and the combination of high academics and athletics … Intends to major in chemistry.