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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Beavers make another add to signing class with Jordan Schaden

The Bemidji State women’s soccer team continues to add to its signing class, and on Thursday, head coach Jim Stone announced a ninth addition to the 2022 roster.

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The Beavers huddle during warmups before a game against Southwest Minnesota State on Oct. 22, 2021, at Chet Anderson Stadium. (Micah Friez / Bemidji Pioneer)

BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji State women’s soccer team continues to add to its signing class, and on Thursday, head coach Jim Stone announced a ninth addition to the 2022 roster.

Jordan Schaden, a defender from Appleton, Wis., will join the Beavers this fall. She is a letter winner at Appleton East High School and led AEHS to conference championships in 2019 and 2021. Schaden has six years of club soccer experience, and she was a part of the Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association state championship team with North Shore United in 2020.

BSU’s signing class now features three midfielders, two forwards and four defenders. Schaden joins Katrina Barthelt (Bartlett, Ill.), Mykenzie Harer (Cottage Grove), Alexia Johnson (Cottage Grove), Brie Klingbeil (Fort Atkinson, Wis.), Tirzah Lange (Shakopee), Briana Stocke (Andover), Sylve Waters (Littleton, Colo.) and Isabella Vannavong (Champlin Park).

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