Folsom Lake's Taylor Curtis commits to UOP Women's Soccer

Taylor Curtis (Courtesy Folsom Lake Athletics)
Taylor Curtis (Courtesy Folsom Lake Athletics)

FOLSOM - Head women’s soccer coach, Donny Ribaudo, announced the signing of Sophomore midfielder, Taylor Curtis, to play for the University of the Pacific, Women’s Soccer program for the upcoming Fall season.

Taylor came to FLC from North Highlands after graduating from Center High School and played for San Juan Soccer Club. In the 2021 season, she scored 10 goals and had 13 assists for the Falcons. She was named to the CCCAA All-State Team and BIG8 All-Conference team. Taylor’s crafty skill, dangerous left foot and scoring touch drove opponents crazy this past season. 

“Taylor has really matured and polished her game at Folsom Lake over the past two years.” Said head coach, Donny Ribaudo.

At a signing event, Curtis said “I want to thank Folsom Lake College Women’s Soccer for the amazing experience while helping me grow these past 2 years on and off the field. I want to thank the coaching staff and my teammates for pushing me to be the best student athlete I could be. FLC has prepared me to play in the WCC which has always been a dream of mine since I was little…. UOP here I come!”

Congratulations Taylor! We appreciate your dedication and service to the FLC Women’s Soccer program. We are proud of you and can’t wait to see you in action next season! 

(Folsom Lake College Athletics)