Monmouth commit and Wyomissing midfielder Cadi Hoke

Over the last three seasons, the Wyomissing girls soccer team has won three District 3 championships and two BCIAA titles.  Midfielder Cadi Hoke was the only senior on last year's roster which included ten sophomores and six freshmen.  Hoke will remember the relationships that she developed with her teammates more than the gold medals.  "We were a great team on the field, but an even greater team off the field. I'll miss the girls definitely," she told SV Sports' Paul Roberts.  Hoke is a three-time All-Berks selection.  She finished her career with 27 goals and 54 assists.  Hoke has always enjoyed setting up her teammates.  "I really don't like to be selfish. I think scoring is awesome, but assisting and giving the spotlight to other people is my forte," she remarked.  Hoke had the assist in the Spartans' thrilling 1-0 double overtime win against Wilson in the BCIAA Final last season.  Wyomissing then beat top-seeded Trinity 2-0 in the District 3-2A championship to complete a three-peat.  The Spartans fell to eventual state champ Central Columbia 7-1 in the PIAA semifinals.  Wyomissing ended its 2022 campaign with a record of (24-2).  Hoke will continue her soccer career at Division I Monmouth University in New Jersey.  "It's such a beautiful place and a really cool community. The classes are really small and personable," Hoke said.  She mentioned that Monmouth reminded her a lot of Wyomissing.  Hoke would like to become a high school history teacher after college.  Her favorite soccer player is Julie Ertz.  Hoke revealed her favorite TV show and whether or not she's a Taylor Swift fan.  Swift also grew up in Wyomissing.   


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