Pennsylvania soccer recruit signs to play for Lady Buffs

from staff reports

   Elizabeth Rougeux, a senior from Howard, Pa., has signed a letter of intent to attend Milligan College and join the Lady Buffaloes soccer program.
   Rougeux played for coach Cork Cunningham at Bald Eagle Area High School and for the Second-To-None Soccer Club under coach Rob Eaton.
   She was a four-year varsity letter winner earning numerous awards, including all-conference for three seasons, all-freshman team and Bald Eagle Area Offensive Player of the Year for four seasons.
   Rougeux finished her career with 68 goals and 44 assists. She capped off her career as a senior by making first team all-conference, first team high school Christian student athlete honorable mention All-American, and was named Bald Eagle Area Offensive Player of the Year.
   Milligan head coach Dave Dixon is extremely excited about bringing Elizabeth on board.
   "Elizabeth brings with her a wealth of experience and goal scoring talent, and I'm expecting her to make an impact on the program," he said. "She is quick, skilled and a hard worker. We expect her to step in and make an impact on our program. Elizabeth is a perfect fit for our college both on and off the field."