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Pittman signs six to 2024 UTSA soccer signing class

SAN ANTONIO – Sixth-year UTSA soccer head coach Derek Pittman announced on Thursday, Nov. 9, that the Roadrunners will add six new players to next season’s roster, with the unveiling of the latest additions to the 2024 roster. The Roadrunners are gaining three players from the Lone Star State, a pair from Canada and one from Oklahoma. The group consists of three forwards, one midfielder, a center back and an outside back/winger. All six players are joining UTSA from the high school ranks.


Head Coach Derek Pittman on the Signing Class

“Our program aims to move forward every year by developing the players we currently have on our roster and continuing to bring in high-quality individuals with each recruiting class. Our coaching staff has worked tirelessly to bring in a freshman class of talented players and we feel it is another positive step forward for our program. Not only are each of these players special in their respective positions but most of all they are incredible human beings of high character, high work ethic and high competitiveness. We are extremely thankful for the legacy our graduating seniors have left behind and we feel this incoming class is cut from the same mold as many of those individuals. We are looking forward to the future of UTSA Soccer and the roster we will have in 2024.”



Allie Allen
Position: Outside Back/Winger 
Hometown: Abilene, Texas
High school: Wylie

Club team: Sting Black ECNL
Quote from Pittman on Allen: “Allie is a quick, dynamic wide player that can play both as an outside back on defense and winger when attacking. She is good on the ball and can create scoring opportunities from her crossing ability in the wide channels. She has played at an extremely high level for Sting Black in the ECNL and under some tremendous coaches during her club career. Her engine, work rate and competitiveness stood out to us in the recruiting process and we are excited to add her to the roster for 2024.”
Bio: First team All-District 1-6A and team’s Offensive Player of the Year for Bi-District champion Wylie HS as a junior … also earned first-team all-district and Newcomer of the Year honors as a freshman after helping /WHS to a Bi-District Championship and the Regional Quarterfinal … as a sophomore, she was Offensive MVP and earned second team all-district … also ran track and cross country as a multi-year Regional qualifier and sophomore district champion … fifth college student-athlete in the family, with relatives competing in soccer, rodeo and football… a National Honor Society member on the A Honor Roll and ranking in the top 10 in her class – earning first-team All-Academic honors last year.


Bri Carrigan
Position: Midfielder
Hometown: Tomball, Texas
High school: Tomball Memorial HS
Club team: Challenge Soccer Club ECNL

Quote from Pittman on Carrigan: “Bri is another top individual out of the Challenge SC in Houston, where we have had some talented players come to UTSA over the years. She is a creative midfielder that has a high soccer IQ and vision for the game. Bri is tremendous on the ball in tight spaces and has the ability to create chances for herself or her teammates to score goals. She is a tireless worker that will battle on both sides of the ball and elevate the quality of our midfield group moving into next season.”

Bio: 2023 District 15-6A Co-Offensive Play of the Year, 2023 TASCO All-Region 2-6A first team and has earned All-District 15-6A first team honors all three years … National Honor Society member with three years on the A Honor Roll and is a three-time Academic All-District 15-6A honoree … both parents competed as college student-athletes, mother in soccer and father in track.


Isabella Januario
Position: Forward 
Hometown: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
High school: Salisbury Composite HS
Club team: Sherwood Park Phoenix FC
Quote from Pittman on Januario: “We are really happy to be adding a player of Bella’s abilities to our roster for next fall. We struggled to score goals this past fall and we hope Bella is a player that can help us in that area. She is an intelligent, hard-working striker that has a nose for the goal. She can score goals in a variety of ways from inside the box, outside the box and from set plays. She has always played at a high level in Edmonton in a demanding league and we fully expect her to bring experience and quality to our forward group next year.”

Bio: Played club for Sherwood Park Phoenix FC of the Alberta Youth Soccer League ... four-year team captain who earned an invite to the Canada Soccer National Development Centre tournament … played for three teams during summer 2023, logging 21 goals with five assists in nine games of Youth U17 action, six goals and 11 assists in 12 games of Women’s Major league and three goals in League 1 Semi-Professional … played for the Canada Soccer Whitecaps (Regional Excel Centre) from 2021-23 and got started early on the national stage with the U13 Alberta Provincial Team … academic honoree every year of high school.


Addy Johnson
Position: Forward
Hometown: Edmond, Oklahoma
High school: Edmond Memorial HS
Club team: Oklahoma Energy FC ECNL
Quote from Pittman on Johnson: “An incredible multi-sport athlete in both basketball and soccer. Addy is an athletic attacking-minded player that has a knack for putting herself in the right place to score goals. She is a physical presence on the field and will terrorize opposing defenders with her ability to stretch the game with her pace in the final third. Her experience playing for OK Energy FC and their coaching staff in the ECNL will help her adapt to the competitiveness and fit in very quickly in 2024.”

Bio: Top 2021 and 2022 goal scorer for Edmond Memorial … Named Offensive Player of the Year in 2021 … played in the Kansas-Oklahoma All-Star game … also plays basketball, earning 6A All-State Tournament Team, All-Conference second team and Super 5 honorable mention from The Oklahoman last year.


Isabel Peters
Position: Center Back
Hometown: Cedar Park, Texas
High school: Cedar Park HS
Club team: Lonestar SC 06GA

Quote from Pittman on Peters: “Izzy is another high-level multi-sport athlete that we are extremely happy to announce as part of our 2024 class. She is a high-character, highly competitive individual that comes from a talented family. Izzy has the size, strength and speed you want in a central defender, along with fantastic composure on the ball building out of the back. She is a great 1v1 defender that fits in well with our talented back line and playing style as we continue to be one of the top defensive teams in the AAC.”
Bio: Named 2023 5A All-State … two-time All-District 25-5A honoree and All-Central Texas honorable mention for Cedar Park … helped team to Bi-District and Area championships in 2022, reaching the Regional Quarterfinal … also played basketball for two-time 5A State Champions, garnering All-District second team and honorable mention … six-time Academic All-District honoree between soccer and basketball … becomes the ninth member of her family to be a college student-athlete; sixth in NCAA DI, topped by her mom and aunt, who both played volleyball at Texas.


Brooke Viccars
Position: Forward
Hometown: Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
High school: McMath Secondary School
Club team: Fusion FC BCSPL
Quote from Pittman on Viccars: “Brooke is a quality winger that has skill, speed and craftiness to attack defenders 1v1 in the wide areas of the field. Her technical ability in and around the 18-yard box makes her a threat to score goals from anywhere in the attacking third. Brooke has played at a high level in BC and will bring tons of experience to our attacking group in the fall. She is a proven winner and goal scorer that will help our team immensely in the AAC. We are really excited to see her contribute to the team next season.”

Bio: Ranked No. 34 on First Touch Football All-Canadian 2024 player rankings … 2022 National Recognition for Athletic Excellence recipient … top team scorer in her junior season, following up 17 goals as a sophomore … helped her squad to back-to-back Richmond City Champions titles (2022, 2023) and a Provincial Runner-Up finish in 2022 … Principal’s Honour Roll member every year of school … Bob Viccars had a seven-year career in the CFL at tight end for the Calgary Stampeders. 


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