Players in the US – Women’s Soccer from Sweden

Below you will find player profiles for all our women's soccer players that we have placed since starting the agency in July, 2018.

Total numbers

TOTAL – 118 players
NCAA D1 – 49 players (42 %)
NCAA D2 – 35 players (30%)
NCAA D3 – 9 players (8%)
NAIA
– 24 players (20 %)
NJCAA – 1 player (1 %)

Alice Santén & Ellen Loncar – Freshmen at Loyola Marymount University.

2022

SHORT INFORMATION

TOTAL – 37 players
NCAA D1 – 9 players.
NCAA D2 – 19 players.
NCAA D3 – 3 players.
NAIA
– 6 players

NCAA D1

  1. Alice Santén – Loyola Marymount University
  2. Lisa Hall – Creighton University
  3. Felicia Erkenfeldt – Appalachian State University
  4. Emma Lööv – UTRGV
  5. Samantha Claesson – Western Illinois University
  6. Ellen Loncar – Loyola Marymount University
  7. Lina Ullén – Gardner Webb University
  8. Rebecka Hemlin – Gardner Webb University
  9. Alva Jönsson – Gardner Webb University

NCAA D2

  1. Wilma Axelsson – Tusculum University
  2. Julia Valentin – Christian Brothers University
  3. Thea Nyberg – Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
  4. Tove Lundborg – Cal Poly Pomona
  5. Hanna Sylve – Dominican College
  6. Karin Tebelius – McKendree University
  7. Ellinor Jansson – West Liberty University
  8. Lia Häggström – Christian Brothers University
  9. Alic4 Nilsson – Mercyhurst University
  10. Alva Larsson – LeMoyne College
  11. Stina Roswall – Limestone College
  12. Felicia Wallin – Clayton State University
  13. Maja Bengtsson – Carson Newman University
  14. Elsa Nilson Hurtig – Maryville University
  15. Saga Lindgren – McKendree University
  16. Natalie Odén – St. Thomas Aquinas College
  17. Linnea Svenzén – Minot State University
  18. Elma Oijens Sjölin – McKendree University
  19. Lydia Jönsson – Catawba College

NCAA D3

  1. Anna Tegnhed – North Park University
  2. Ella Zaar – North Park University
  3. Linn Gradin – North Park University

NAIA

  1. Thea Cederlund – Missouri Valley College
  2. Saga Andersson – Georgia Gwinnett College
  3. Sofia Rosenqvist – Middle Georgia State University
  4. Vanna Darrell – Georgia Gwinnett College
  5. Mira Erixon – Louisiana State University Shreveport
  6. Julia Svegin – Culver-Stockton College

Moa Andersson – All-Rookie Team in the American Conference.

2021

SHORT INFORMATION

TOTAL – 30 players
NCAA D1 – 12 players.
NCAA D2 – 5 players.
NCAA D3 – 5 players.
NAIA
– 8 players

NCAA D1 

  1. Ellen Schedin – Fordham University
  2. Felicia Grufman – Niagara University
  3. Delinda Sehlin – Florida International University
  4. Clara Thimstrand – Iowa State University
  5. Ellen Lundeberg – Southern Utah University
  6. Anna Lindgren – Iowa State University
  7. Moa Andersson – Temple University
  8. Klara Ovefelt – Gardner Webb University
  9. Susette Claesson University of the Incarnate Word
  10. Kajsa Pruner – University of Central Arkansas
  11. Sofia Karlholm – University of Arkansas at Little Rock then transferred to University of Tampa
  12. Alicia Holmberg – University of Arkansas at Little Rock then transferred to Cumberland University

NCAA D2

  1. Hanna Månsson – Florida Tech
  2. Wilma Jansson – American International College
  3. Sofie Andersson – University of Southern Indiana
  4. Izabelle Ohlsson – Davenport University
  5. Nika Vemdal – Maryville University

NCAA D3

  1. Freija Kenthin – North Park University
  2. Linn Nordqvist – North Park University
  3. Lina Bogg – North Park University
  4. Olivia Eriksson – North Park University
  5. Elin Swenson – Gustavus Adolphus College

NAIA

  1. Thilde Engholm – Georgia Gwinnett College
  2. Sandra Steen – Campbellsville University
  3. Vilde Oygard – Keiser University
  4. Josefin Hede – Keiser University
  5. Ella Augustsson – Savannah College of Arts and Design
  6. Tindra Staaf – Georgia Gwinnett College
  7. Moa Zackrisson – University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma
  8. Wilma Lundström – Keiser University then transferred to University of Texas at Tyler

Louise Hayden – A starter at Hofstra since day one.

2020

SHORT INFORMATION

TOTAL – 27 players
NCAA D1 – 12 players.
NCAA D2 – 9 players.
NCAA D3 – 1 player.
NAIA
– 4 players.
NJCAA – 1 player.

NCAA D1 

  1. Matilde Abrahamsson – Florida Gulf Coast University
  2. Louise Hayden – Hofstra University
  3. Matilda Melin – Central Michigan University
  4. Alicia Hansson – Coastal Carolina University
  5. Line Bergström – University of Arkansas at Little Rock
  6. Vanessa Eklund – University of Arkansas at Little Rock
  7. Caroline Malmliden – Southeastern Louisiana University
  8. Malin Andersson – University of North Alabama
  9. Pernilla Westergren – Stetson University then transferred to Georgia Gwinnett College
  10. Alicia Hiis – University of Maryland, Baltimore County then transferred to Saint Leo University
  11. Elin Persson – Iowa State University then transferred to Charleston Southern University
  12. Matilda Liljefors – University of Kentucky then transferred to Hofstra University

NCAA D2

  1. Nova Schmiedtke – University of Alabama at Huntsville
  2. Emelie Moberg – Montana State University, Billings
  3. Clara Lindberg – Montana State University, Billings
  4. Vendela Andersson – Montana State University, Billings
  5. Frida Kokk – Franklin Pierce College
  6. Ella Backman – Le Moyne College
  7. Magda Aspholm – Le Moyne College
  8. Filippa Stålhammar – USC Beaufort
  9. Ebba Elweroth – Mississippi College then transferred University of Mobile

NCAA D3

  1. Belinda Burström – North Park University

NAIA 

  1. Hedda Isaksson – University of Northwestern, Ohio
  2. Felicia Bång Larsson – Georgia Gwinnett College
  3. Matilda Johansson – Georgia Gwinnett College
  4. Agnes Bäck – University of Mobile then transferred to North Park University

NJCAA

  1. Tilde Sandberg – Daytona State College

Louise Lillbäck – ASUN Player of the Year & Mac Herman Trophy Watch List in her Junior Year.

2019

SHORT INFORMATION

TOTAL – 24 players.
NCAA D1 – 16 players.
NCAA D2 – 2 players.
NCAA D3 – N/A
NAIA – 6 players.

NCAA D1

  1. Jenny Wahlén – University of Portland
  2. Alexandra Blom – James Madison University
  3. Louise Lillbäck – Florida Gulf Coast University
  4. Elin Berggren – University of Tennessee at Martin
  5. Vilma Rydell – Gardner Webb University
  6. Olivia Elofsson – Georgia Southern University
  7. Karin Winka – Georgia Southern University
  8. Philippa Börjesson – Appalachian State University
  9. Victoria Brackmann – Southeastern Louisiana University
  10. Ida Forsberg – Middle Tennessee State University
  11. Ida Cederberg – Jacksonville State University
  12. Ebba Costow – University of Kansas then transferred to DePaul University
  13. Julia Wolfe – James Madison University then transferred to University of Hawaii
  14. Sanna Vidström – Long Island University then transferred to Stetson University
  15. Julia Edholm – University of Arkansas at Little Rock then transferred to University of Massachussetts Lowell
  16. Jasmine Rosell – Murray State University then transferred to University of Louisiana Monroe

NCAA D2

  1. Linn Viktorsson – Saint Leo University
  2. Kajsa Månsson – Harding University then transferred to North Park University.

NAIA

  1. Matilda Waldt – Georgia Gwinnett College
  2. Hilda Nygren – Georgia Gwinnett College
  3. Jenny Stadin – Georgia Gwinnett College
  4. Johanna Altheden – Life University
  5. Ylwa Törnberg – Lindsey Wilson College
  6. Olivia Altheden – Keiser University

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