Copley High School seniors Beth Moore and Anna Haverchak have committed to continue their academic and athletic careers on soccer scholarships.
Moore is set to play at St. Bonaventure University and Haverchak is headed to compete for the University of Cincinnati. Moore is a goalkeeper and Haverchak is a forward.
They will sign national letters of intent at Copley on Friday.
Moore holds Copley school records for shutouts in a season (11 in 2013) and shutouts in a career (19 from 2011-2013).
Haverchak, a two-time NSCAA All-Region selection and 2014 NSCAA All-American, holds the Copley school record for assists in a season (17 in 2013), career goals (34 from 2010-2013) and career assists (30 from 2010-2013).
“They are two of the best athletes and players to ever come through the Copley girls soccer program,” Indians coach Wally Senk said.
“I have a soft spot for where Beth is going because I graduated from St. Bonaventure University. She is has the potential to start right away. She is one of the best goalkeepers in the state and was a big reason why we made the Division I district final this past season. Ironically, St. Bonaventure’s coach is Steve Brdarski, who is 1996 a Copley graduate. He was a starter on the 1994 [Division II] state championship boys soccer team.
“As far as Anna, she is going to the University of Cincinnati, which is one of the top schools in the region. She is a super-dynamic player. She is very good at breaking defenders down. I think she will be a very good player at the college level.”