Solana Beach resident and La Jolla Country Day School athlete commits to Davidson College

Jake Skoll

Solana Beach resident and La Jolla Country Day junior Jake Skoll recently committed to play soccer for Davidson College. His determination to play soccer at the collegiate level led to his decision to join NCSA Athletic Recruiting, an exclusive recruiting network that provides student athletes with the opportunity and technology to be proactive in their recruiting process.

Earning a 3.79 GPA, Jake has taken multiple AP and honors classes, and has also been on high honor roll for three years. He plans to major in medicine or business at the university located in Davidson, North Carolina.

As a two-year varsity starter, Jake served as captain of the team in 2011 and was second in assists for the 2010 season. Jake also has eight years of club experience, including six years with teams in the San Diego area.

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