Robert E. Lee High School's Meghan Cox and Daniela Neves will officially sign national letters of intent to play soccer for James Madison University and West Virginia University respectively at 9 a.m. Wednesday in Lancer Hall.
Cox is a varsity starter for the Lee High School girl's soccer team and is a starting central defender for the nationally ranked travel team, VSA Heat, out of Haymarket.
During her time at Lee, Cox has earned Team MVP, First Team All District, All Region, All State and First Team All Met. Cox also played varsity field hockey for the high school in 2011.
Neves also plays for the varsity soccer team at Lee and has earned multiple awards, including Team MVP and First Team All District. She is also a starting forward for the Nationally Ranked Travel Team, VSA Heat, out of Haymarket.
In the summer of 2012, the travel team won the U17 National Championships for U.S. Youth Soccer, where she was awarded the Golden Ball and named to the Top 11. Cox said she chose JMU after speaking to coaches while attending soccer camps at the university. Neves said she chose WVU because of the great coaching staff and close relationship with the team.
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