Zoe Hopkins committed to Seattle University on Wednesday, where she’ll pursue a Division I soccer career.
Returning to her natural forward position after a teamwide injury crisis forced her to take on midfield duties last season, Zoe had a prolific senior campaign for the Viks, following on her junior year in which she poured in ten goals from midfield while leading a team decimated by injuries.
“Zoe is one of the most dynamic, prolific players to come through Lake Stevens. Her seismic impact on our program began as a freshman, extended through her senior year, one of our most successful seasons in recent history,” said Athletic Director Jason Pearson Wednesday.
“Her dominating presence on the field inspired our players to excel and caused our opponents fear. Teams literally had to game plan their matches around this player. We're excited to watch her play soccer at Seattle University,” Pearson said.