Boise State women’s soccer inked Rocky Mountain High senior Raimee Sherle, ranked a four-star prospect by TopDrawerSoccer.com, to a national letter of intent.
The two-time Idaho High School Soccer Coaches Association state player of the year and a 2015 High School All-American finished her career at Rocky Mountain with 100 goals and 62 assists. She set school records for goals, assists and game-winning goals at the Meridian high school.
“There is something intangible and undeniable about the goal-scoring ability Raimee possesses,” Boise State coach Jim Thomas said in a release. “She has dynamic athleticism, creativity and improvisational skills that enable her to finish an incredibly wide variety of situations we regularly create.
“In addition, Raimee is a tremendous distributer of the ball gaining regular and important assists at both the club and high school level.”
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The Grizzlies’ class president all four years during high school, Sherle joins Brooke Heidemann as a Rocky Mountain graduate at Boise State. Former Bronco Brooke Heidemann also attended Rocky Mountain.
Sherle originally verbally committed to Montana but reopened her recruitment.