Gators Have Hope For Future

Highland Park midfielder Hope Hyde has verbally committed to the University of Florida.

Highland Park midfielder Hope Hyde has verbally committed to the University of Florida.

Hope Hyde still has two more years of high school remaining, but she already has her college plans all figured out.

The soccer standout has verbally committed to the University of Florida, which won the Southeastern Conference title last year. Verbal commitments are non-binding, and Hyde cannot sign a letter of intent with the Gators until November 2015.

Hyde led the Lady Scots in scoring last season as a sophomore and was given honorable mention all-state honors by the Texas Association of Soccer Coaches. The midfielder posted 11 goals in the playoffs, helping HP reach the Class 4A Region II final.

Since last season, Hyde has been busy with her select team, Dallas Texans 98, which reached the Elite Clubs National League title game earlier this month in Richmond, Va. For the Texans, Hyde posted 10 goals and six assists in 23 games this year.

By Todd Jorgenson Jul. 29, 2014 | 5:23 pm | 1 Comment | Comments RSS
1 comment to "Gators Have Hope For Future"
  1. mike @ July 31, 2014 at 11:52 pm
    Congratulations to a truly wonderful and talented young woman..! A scholarship at a top Division 1 women’s soccer program is a great achievement.

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