Women's Soccer - Wed, Apr. 17, 2013
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BARBOURVILLE, Ky. - Union College women's soccer head coach Camilla Mendes has announced that Corey Bauer has signed her National Letter of Intent, and plans to join the Lady Bulldog program just in time for preseason workouts this summer. 

Bauer, a native of Amelia, Ohio, joins the Union program off a standout prep career at Amelia High School where she was a goalkeeper on the girls varsity soccer team the last two seasons. This past season, Bauer was the team's captain, and captured the school's Harold H. Meyer award for soccer four consecutive years. 

She has also been honored various times for her work in the classroom, winning the Barron Scholar Athlete award four times throughout her career, while also earning the All-Conference Academic Award three times.

"We are very excited to add Corey to our roster," said Mendes. "Corey is a great girl, and she is going to add a lot to the team on and off of the field. Having graduated two of our keepers this past season, we needed to add keeper to our roster. We feel that Corey is going to give us the leadership and control we need in the back."

The Lady Bulldogs, members of the NAIA and the AAC, posted a 11-6-1 overall mark in 2012.