Women's Soccer Adds Grad Transfer Hollyn Torres
COLUMBIA, SC – South Carolina Women’s Soccer will be adding Harvard grad transfer Hollyn Torres to the 2023 roster as announced by head coach Shelley Smith.
Before South Carolina
Torres played in all 17 games her senior season including within the NCAA tournament, making 10 starts throughout as a midfielder. She scored three goals, recorded two assists, and earned CSC Academic All-District status. During her career at Harvard, Torres made 17 starts in 42 games played, scored six goals, 16 points, and tallied 2,295 minutes on the field.
U17 US National Team … US National Team U14-U17 … Won Torneo Femminile Delle Nazioni Tournament in Italy with the US U17 National Team … United States U15 Girls National Team CONCACAF Champions in 2016 … Top Drawer Soccer Top 150 recruit … 2016-17 ECNL National Championship with FC Dallas Premier … 2016 ECNL Playoffs Best XI … Top Drawer Soccer Standout from ECNL Playoffs … Second team all-region, utility player of the year in 2017 for Centennial … 2015-16 state champion with Centennial … National Honor Society … AP Scholar … Honor Roll … Sister, Taryn ’22, played soccer at Virginia.
Why She Chose South Carolina
“I chose South Carolina because of the great academics and athletics. This opportunity provides the best of all worlds and a well-rounded experience.”