Cuenca, Seabrooks and Fernandez Sign with @JWUWSoccerNM

Cuenca, Seabrooks and Fernandez Sign with @JWUWSoccerNM

NORTH MIAMI, Fla. (May 15, 2018) -- Head Coach Eric Dobrzanski announced on Tuesday the signing of forwards Jessica Cuenca and Elexus Seabrooks and defender Isabela Fernandez to the Johnson & Wales women's soccer program.

Cuenca, Seabrooks, and Fernandez join previously announced Brianna Pineiro, Laura Stanley, Fiona Butler, Kellie Fitzpatrick, Sawyer Hall, and Tyler Einsmann to comprise the 2018 signing class.

"Overall, I am extremely thrilled about the addition of Jessica, Isabela, and Elexus," Coach Dobrzanski said. "We are excited to see their success over the next four years. All three of them are competitors and will help us in various ways. I cannot thank their families enough for their help throughout this process and their belief in our soccer program."

 

Jessica Cuenca

Hometown: Miramar, Florida
High School: West Broward High School
Club Team: Weston FC
Position: Forward

Coach Dobrzanski: "Jessica will be a strong addition to our attack. She understands the game and is good on and off the ball.  She does well to create space for herself and is composed on the ball. Jess also brings a physical presence to our front line, as she works extremely hard and will challenge every ball."


Isabela Fernandez

Hometown: High Springs, Florida
High School: Santa Fe High School
Club Team: Gainesville Soccer Alliance
Position: Defender

Coach Dobrzanski: "Isabela is a competitor and will add to our already strong backline. She is a physical defender and a very good ball winner. She also has the athleticism and tactical awareness to be a threat coming out of the back, and help us in the attack. She reads the game very well in transition and does well getting width."

Elexus Seabrooks
Hometown: Hudson, Florida
High School: Fivay High School
Club Team: Florida Coast FC
Position: Forward

Coach Dobrzanski: "Elexus is an attacking player that we are excited to see develop as she brings speed and quickness, along with the ability to be dangerous in the attack in various ways.  She has the ability to either hold the ball up for us in possession or go at defenders 1v1."