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Eileen Seidenberger from Loganville High School (Ga.) signs to study and play women's soccer at Point University
Women's Soccer - Tue, Feb. 7, 2017

WEST POINT, Ga. – Point University women's soccer coach Randy Douglas has added center back Eileen Seidenberger from Loganville High School (Ga.) to his 2017 squad.  She signed with Point, Friday, Feb. 3, at a ceremony at Loganville High School.

"I am excited about Eileen becoming part of our team," commented Coach Douglas after the ceremony.  "She brings a lot of poise and experience as a center defender and, I plan to put her to work on day one.  Eileen comes from a very supportive family and has a tremendous work ethic."

The daughter of David Seidenberger and Jihfang Liu of Loganville, Ga., Eileen is playing her third season of varsity soccer for the Loganville High School Red Devils this spring and plans to major in Business at Point University and play soccer for the Skyhawks in the fall semester of the 2017-18 academic year.


Seidenberger, coached at Loganville by Ken Roberts, has helped Loganville reach the Georgia State Sweet Sixteen twice during her career, and she is a three-time Scholar-Athlete selection.  She also played club soccer for the Rockdale Youth Soccer Association Elite U-17 team and was coached by Harry Kustick, who also coached former Point University Skyhawks Erin Elmore, Natalie Brown, Sarah Gaddis and Lynea Fouser.


She has participated in numerous major soccer tournaments including the Germantown Invitational, Adidas Elite College Showcase, Carolina College Showcase, State Cup, Atlanta Cup, GSA College Showcase, and the Orange Showcase.


Away from the classroom and soccer pitch, Seidenberger has been active in missionary work in Taiwan each year and has helped out in a variety of charity fundraisers at Loganville High School.


Seidenberger cited three main reasons for choosing Point University as the place where she will continue her education and soccer career: "I love the campus and I get to continue to serve God on and off the field.  Everyone on the team is so sweet, and helped me enjoy my campus visit.