SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The Sacramento State women's soccer program announced their latest offseason signing today as they added Mia Wilson to the 2018 women's soccer roster.
A native of Anchorage, Alaska, Mia is one of six announced newcomers for the 2018 season, joining the five players who signed National Letters of Intent earlier in the winter.
Mia Wilson - 5-6 - D - Anchorage, Alaska/Dimond High School
Most recently played for Jacksonville State University under head coach Neil Macdonald...played two seasons for the Gamecocks, appearing in eight games her freshman season and 18 (nine starts) in her second year...averaged 58 minutes per game, though she played 90 minutes or more in each of the team's final five games of the 2017 season...previously, played for Dimond High School in Anchorage, Alaska under head coach Tim Valesko...was named her team's MVP during the 2014-15 season...that year, was also named to the first team all-state, first team all-district, and first-team all-region...was a seven-year player with the AK Rush Soccer Club under head coach Michael Montgomery...was selected to play with the Rush Select National Team from 2013-16…earned a spot on the Alaska Olympic Development Team from 2013-15.
Women's soccer head coach Randy Dedini, on Mia: "I'm very excited about the addition of Mia Wilson to our team. She will bring experience as well as speed and athleticism to our defensive line. Mia has the skill and the vision to build plays from our back line and she also has the athleticism and toughness to shut down opposing teams' top goal scorers. I believe Mia will make an immediate impact to our team this coming season."