Who is Jaedyn Shaw? The USA U-20 player.
The article looks at Jaedyn Shaw. We will look at her life and that of her career.
Who is Jaedyn Shaw?
Jaedyn Reese Shaw is with the USA U-20 team that is partaking in the 2o22 women’s FIFA world Cup in Costa Rica.
She took part in their 3-0 win against Ghana. Jaedyn Shaw was also part of the game where the USA lost 3-0 to Japan in Costa Rica.
Jaedyn Shaw is from the Texas region and attended the Frisco Centennial high school. Shaw club is Solar Soccer club and wears jersey number 11. She was born on 20th November,2004. Jaedyn Reese Shaw who was born in the USA is 167 cm tall.
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The 17 year old had signed for The San Diego Wave through the 2023 National Women’s Soccer League season.
Prolific Jaedyn Shaw got into the league through the discovery process earlier this month.
The player was not allow to enter the league earlier as she was under 18. However Shaw was able to enter the National Women’s Soccer League as the league commissioner Jessica Berman puts it , the player was granted special permission to enter in what she labeled a “special circumstance.”
Her new team, the San Diego wave said “I believe wholeheartedly in the development and investment in young players, and as a club, we are passionate about giving them the platform to perform,” head coach Casey Stoney said. “We are extremely excited to sign Jaedyn. She has a very bright future, and I look forward to working with her and supporting her pathway to the highest level.”
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It has been a tall order as San Diego acquired her playing rights from the Washington Spirit. Jaedyn Shaw had trained with the D.C.-based team during pre-season.
Jaedyn Shaw switch from Washington Spirit to San Diego wave.
The Washington spirit coach Kris Ward had indicated earlier they were in talks with San Diego for a deal for Jaedyn.
An elated Jaedyn Shaw had this to say about her special favour to enter the National Women Soccer league.
“I want to thank the Washington Spirit for providing me a professional training environment for the past six months,” said Shaw in a release. “I am very grateful for their support. I also want to thank the NWSL for facilitating a pathway for me to join the league and start my childhood dream of becoming a professional soccer player.
“I couldn’t be more excited to join San Diego Wave. I’m looking forward to learning from Casey Stoney and the staff while helping the team continue to win games and hopefully bring home a championship in the club’s inaugural year.”