JACKSON, Tenn. - 3/31/2011 - The Union (Tenn.) University women’s soccer program has signed Whitney Moskovitz of Memphis, Tenn. to a scholarship. Moskovitz will enter Union this fall as a freshman and will major in Pre-Med/Biology.
Union head coach Brandon Boylan says, "We are excited about Whitney joining our program and university. She is a player with great speed and athleticism. We like the versatility she brings to the field. She can excel at a few different positions and we look forward to her four years here at Union. Whitney comes from a great family and she is a great addition to the university and the soccer program."
Moskovitz, a 5-foot-3 sweeper, prepped at Tipton-Rosemark (Tenn.) Academy where she played one season of soccer. Prior to her year at Tipton-Rosemark, she spent two seasons as a member of the Arlington (Tenn.) High School soccer team. Moskovitz was named the Most Valuable Player and all-district as a senior while scoring 13 goals during the season. Moskovitz played club soccer for the Bartlett Strikers.
Off the field, Moskovitz was a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club and Make-A-Wish Club. She was also a student council representative.
Moskovitz is the daughter of David Moskovitz and Teresa Leatherman and is a member of The Life Church of Memphis.
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