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home : sports : local sports March 25, 2017


2/17/2017
Kincaid to tend goal at Dayton
Photo providedMackenzie Kincaid, a current senior at Noblesville High School, signed her National Letter of Intent to further her soccer career as a Flyer at the University of Dayton.
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Mackenzie Kincaid, a current senior at Noblesville High School, signed her National Letter of Intent to further her soccer career as a Flyer at the University of Dayton.
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DAYTON, Ohio - Mackenzie Kincaid, a current senior at Noblesville High School, signed her National Letter of Intent to further her soccer career as a Flyer at the University of Dayton.

The goalkeeper was a First Team all-state selection in 2016, captaining Noblesville to a sectional and regional championship.

She is a three-time all-academic selection (2013-2016), as well as a two-time all-district selection.

She attended the Wolves Academy in England during March of 2013. Kincaid played club soccer for Indiana Fire Juniors and ECNL. She was named captain of ECNL since joining the club in 2014. ECNL made the national playoffs in 2015 and 2016.

"Mackenzie Kincaid is one of the hardest working, most focused and determined soccer players I have ever coached. She has the passion and drive to be the best soccer player she can be. One of the best things about her is her leadership qualities she brings on and off the field. She not only takes responsibility for herself but also for her teammates. She has all the tools to be successful at the collegiate level. No matter what challenge is placed in front of Mack, she will succeed because that is her character and personality," said Mark Castro, head coach Indiana Fire Juniors ECNL.









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