Amelia Wampler - 2018

Schools interested:

​University of Toledo
St. Bonaventure University
University of South Carolina Upstate


Kelsi Krichbaum

An exciting dribbler with an abundance of pace, the winger has the ability to unlock defenses with...

Olivia Hansen

Hard working and confident in possession, Olivia has an eye for a killer pass and is confident in...


​Shaw Drawing Interest

After a breakout summer performance in the Women’s Premier Soccer League, FC Indiana’s 15-year old midfielder Olivia Shaw has emerged as one of the top Midwest prospects in the class of 2019 — a player who is drawing a lot of interest from D1 programs. 
Shaw spent the summer competing for FC Indiana’s Under-20 team on the WPSL U-20 circuit and for FC Indiana WPSL team, where she is cementing her status as one of the top prospects in the 2019 class. Her status as a player on the rise was solidified when in 2015 she helped lead the team to WPSL U-20 National Final Four in Oklahoma City.
Shaw’s FC Indiana coach - Justin Crew - said Shaw has made a huge progress in the last 6 months. “Watching her train and play, you can see that she is only going to get better,” said Crew.
“She is a leader on the U-20 team and has no problems competing against college players. In two more years I expect her to be a very good collegiate player,” added Crew.
Shaw will be a sophomore at Chesterton High School this fall, which, of course, means she has plenty of time to sort out her college decision. But as she prepares for a busy recruiting period, she’s readying for the added attention.


Hallie Hedman

Tall, strong and good on the ball, the right-footed center back is a pillar of composure and stability...