This release is part of a series announcing each of UCSB Women's Soccer's National Letter of Intent signees for the 2019 season. Check back regularly over to read about each signee.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – The UC Santa Barbara Women's Soccer program has signed forward Caitlyn Bauer to a National Letter of Intent for the 2019 season, Head Coach Paul Stumpf announced.
Bauer arrives at UCSB from Coto De Caza, Calif., having played her club soccer for So Cal Blues. There, she played as an outside forward on a team that has not lost in league play in four years and earned a national championship in their most recent season.
"Caitlyn comes from one of the most decorated club teams in Southern California, the So Cal Blues. Her team has won at least one national championship and lost only a few games in the past 4 years! She is an exceptional ball striker and will bring some power and pace to our front line" Stumpf said on Bauer.
The 5' 6" forward also played for Tesoro High School in the Sea View League of the CIF Southern Section under coach George Deverick. Bauer played the most minutes on her team, and was part of the squad that won the Mater Dei Tournament.
In the classroom, Groth earned recognition for her success by earning a "Torch of Excellence" award in her history class.
Bauer also competed in track and field for Tesoro.
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