The blue and white is suiting Kaitlyn Parcell just fine so far at Georgetown University. A graduate student playing her final season of NCAA eligibility, the former Palisades High standout has started all 10 games for the women’s soccer team, which is off to a 9-0-1 start and ranked 12th nationally in Division I.
The Hoyas are atop the Big East standings with two games left before the Conference Tournament.
In the 25th minute of Sunday’s home game against Villanova, Parcell assisted on the team’s second goal en route to a 7-0 triumph. She scored one week earlier versus Seton Hall and has tallied three assists from her outside back position.
Parcell appeared in 28 games at midfield for Santa Clara, scoring one goal and assisting on three others her senior season, also earning West Coast Conference All-Academic Honorable Mention honors. She made her collegiate debut in 2017 against Loyola Marymount and graduating Magna Cum Laude.
Parcell was a four-year starter and two-time captain at Palisades High, was a three-time All-City selection and won the Post Cup Award and Team MVP her senior year. She recorded 50+ goals and 50+ assists in her prep career and is the Dolphins’ all-time points leader. She played club for the South Bay Force from 2011-16 and Real So Cal from 2015-16.
Her younger brother Max also played soccer at Pali High and currently attends USC.
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