HOUGHTON, Mich. – The Michigan Tech women's soccer program and Head Coach Michelle Jacob are pleased to announce that Mackenzie Scholz will be joining the team for the upcoming 2018 season. Scholz is transferring from NCAA Division I University of Wisconsin-Green Bay where she competed during her freshman season.
"We know Mackenzie well, having scouted her throughout her high school and club career," Coach Jacob said. "She is quick, aggressive and skilled plus she brings that competitive edge to our program. In addition, she fits our culture and style of play very well. We are extremely pleased she has chosen to continue her college education and her soccer career with the Huskies."
Scholz, who hails from Appleton, Wisconsin, prepped at Kimberly High School where she had a stellar four-year career as a forward and goal scoring midfielder. She earned First Team All-Fox Valley Association, Second Team All-State, and Post Crescent Player of the Year honors as a senior. At the collegiate level, Scholz competed in 11 games in 2017 at UW-Green Bay which included four starts and six shots on goal. In the classroom, Scholz plans to major in Pharmaceutical Chemistry at Michigan Tech.
Michigan Tech kicks off the 2018 season at home on Thursday night August 30th at 7 p.m. and then hosts St. Cloud State on Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. on opening weekend.