Throughout the 2019 women’s college season, The Equalizer, in partnership with TopDrawerSoccer, will keep tabs on some of the National Women’s Soccer League prospects for the 2020 edition of the College Draft.
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— Another college season has seen Georgetown put together another dominant campaign. Having appeared in two College Cups in the past three seasons, the Hoyas are running away with the Big East. As of publication, they are on a seven-game winning streak, and haven’t conceded a goal in five straight matches. The progression of players from the Big East school to the NWSL is far from straightforward, however. With academics an emphasis, most players picked in the NWSL College Draft end up sticking around campus in the spring before embarking on their professional journey. Head coach Dave Nolan’s ties to Europe also leads several players, including Daphne and Rachel Corboz — and, most recently, Kyra Carusa — to sign in overseas.
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