Blindt and Santiago Added to 2019 Women’s Soccer Recruiting Class

Blindt and Santiago Added to 2019 Women’s Soccer Recruiting Class

NORTH MIAMI, Fla. (June 27, 2019) -- Head Coach Eric Dobrzanski announced the addition of Jasmine Blindt and Jordan Santiago to close out the 2019 Johnson & Wales (Fla.) women's soccer recruiting class.

Blindt and Santiago join previously announced Dalaney HannekenElizabeth Madril, Denise Mendoza, Karla Vargas, Adelyn Claborn, Noey Franco, Brazil Clark and Versailles Clark to compromise the 2019 class.

"We couldn't be happier with our 2019 class," Dobrzanski said. "It is made up of such talented and driven student-athletes. Each of the recruits in this class are coming to JWU to make an impact and help us reach our goals of competing deep into the Sun Conference Tournament."

Blindt, a forward, is a junior college transfer from Kansas City Kansas Community College. Blindt recorded seven goals and four assists during her freshman season. Santiago, a defender, is coming to JWU from Miami Lakes United Soccer Club and West Broward High School.

2019 JWU Women's Soccer Signees
Jasmine Blindt – Forward – Topeka, Kan. – Kansas City Kansas Community College
Jordan Santiago – Defender – Pembroke Pines, Fla. – Miami Lakes United Soccer Club

Coach Dobrzanski on Jasmine Blindt: "Jasmine is an incredibly dynamic attacking player that brings in a wealth of experience at the college level. Her ability to create opportunities both for herself 1v1 and others will be extremely valuable for our team. She will be able to come in and contribute right away and be someone that we can count on to add to an offensive front that was very productive in 2018."

Coach Dobrzanski on Jordan Santiago: "Jordan is an extremely versatile defender that will make an immediate impact on our team. Her ability to adapt and be very productive in multiple styles of play will allow her to transition to the college game. She knows the game and is very good when it comes to playing confidently out of the back. We are very excited about her potential."