Michelle Maemone, Madeline Nolf, & Alexandra Kimball Selected by URFC

Player: Michelle Maemone

Position: Defender/Forward

Height: 5-foot-6

Date of Birth: March 18, 1997

Hometown: San Jose, California  

College: Pepperdine University

Having featured collegiately for Pepperdine University, Maemone played to a standout career that began in 2015 and culminated in 2018. The San Jose, California native featured in 78 matches for Pepperdine, 69 of which were starts. Maemone notched three goals in her collegiate career while registering four assists. During her senior year she featured on the backline as well as up top for the Waves. Helped Pepperdine to a West Coast Conference-best 0.82 goals-against average in her 19 starts as a senior.

Player: Madeline Nolf  

Position: Defender

Height: 5-foot-3

Date of Birth: March 29, 1996

Hometown: Omaha, Nebraska   

College: Penn State University  

Nolf was selected from Penn State University where she spent five seasons including a redshirt year in 2016.  She started all six matches for the United States U-20 Women’s National Team at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in 2016. As a redshirt senior, Nolf and the Nittany Lion defense posted 14 shutouts and allowed just 13 goals in 25 starts on the backline. In all, the Omaha, Nebraska native earned 77 starts over her collegiate career.

Player: Alexandra Kimball   

Position: Midfielder

Height: 5-foot-7

Date of Birth: September 21, 1995

Hometown: Chapel Hill, North Carolina    

College: University of North Carolina   

Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, Kimball was selected from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill a redshirt senior where she appeared in 92 matches for the Tar Heels, making 13 starts. Kimball scored nine goals and registered seven assists in her time as a Tar Heel. During her time at Chapel Hill capped her collegiate career having earned 994 total minutes on the field. She has previously spent time training with the Portland Thorns of the National Women's Soccer League in summer of 2013 and URFC last year.

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