McClain’s Kelli Uhrig signs with Wilmington College for soccer


McClain High School’s Kelli Uhrig has signed to continue her academic and athletic career at Wilmington College. Kelli will be a part of the Wilmington Women’s Soccer team next fall. This past season, Uhrig was the leading scorer for the McClain with 20 goals and was voted All-Frontier Athletic Conference and First Team All-District. Kelli is the daughter of Andy and Trish Uhrig. She plans to study Agricultural Business at Wilmington College. Kelli is pictured with her teammates, parents, and Coach Shawn Peterman.

McClain High School’s Kelli Uhrig has signed to continue her academic and athletic career at Wilmington College. Kelli will be a part of the Wilmington Women’s Soccer team next fall. This past season, Uhrig was the leading scorer for the McClain with 20 goals and was voted All-Frontier Athletic Conference and First Team All-District. Kelli is the daughter of Andy and Trish Uhrig. She plans to study Agricultural Business at Wilmington College. Kelli is pictured with her teammates, parents, and Coach Shawn Peterman.


McClain High School’s Kelli Uhrig has signed to continue her academic and athletic career at Wilmington College. Kelli will be a part of the Wilmington Women’s Soccer team next fall. This past season, Uhrig was the leading scorer for the McClain with 20 goals and was voted All-Frontier Athletic Conference and First Team All-District.

Kelli is the daughter of Andy and Trish Uhrig. She plans to study Agricultural Business at Wilmington College. Kelli is pictured with her teammates, parents, and Coach Shawn Peterman.

McClain High School’s Kelli Uhrig has signed to continue her academic and athletic career at Wilmington College. Kelli will be a part of the Wilmington Women’s Soccer team next fall. This past season, Uhrig was the leading scorer for the McClain with 20 goals and was voted All-Frontier Athletic Conference and First Team All-District. Kelli is the daughter of Andy and Trish Uhrig. She plans to study Agricultural Business at Wilmington College. Kelli is pictured with her teammates, parents, and Coach Shawn Peterman.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/12/web1_Kelli-Signing.jpgMcClain High School’s Kelli Uhrig has signed to continue her academic and athletic career at Wilmington College. Kelli will be a part of the Wilmington Women’s Soccer team next fall. This past season, Uhrig was the leading scorer for the McClain with 20 goals and was voted All-Frontier Athletic Conference and First Team All-District. Kelli is the daughter of Andy and Trish Uhrig. She plans to study Agricultural Business at Wilmington College. Kelli is pictured with her teammates, parents, and Coach Shawn Peterman.