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Stone Bridge graduate selected first in women’s soccer draft

Emily Fox is headed to Racing Louisville FC, an expansion club.

Ashburn native and Stone Bridge High School graduate Emily Fox was the No. 1 overall pick Wednesday evening in the National Women’s Soccer League Draft. She was chosen by the expansion club Racing Louisville FC.

As InsideNova.com reported, Fox is a senior defender at the University of North Carolina who is currently training with the US Women’s National Soccer Team in Orlando. Fox only played her freshman season at Stone Bridge, where she helped lead the Bulldogs to the Class 5 state final. Playing midfielder, she scored a team-high 16 goals and added six assists to earn first-team all-state honors. Fox chose to focus on her club — FC Virginia — and national team commitments going forward instead of continuing to play for Stone Bridge.

For more on Fox’s selection to Racing Louisville FC, see InsideNova.com’s story here.

(Image at to: UNC Athletics)

16 Comments
  1. MRC 7 months ago
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    It is worth noting that since the first day the majority of the volunteers including the vaccinators are Loudoun MRC volunteers

  2. MRC 7 months ago
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    It is worth noting that since the first day the majority of the volunteers including the vaccinators are Loudoun MRC volunteers

  3. Bill Edwards 7 months ago
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    In a sense, it is a sort of uninspired, yet ultimately fulfilling version of Walt Disney World line queue. A bit like customs coming off a cruise, but with a slightly painful but fulfilling award at the end. Looking forward to my second (hopefully final) trip in a couple of weeks. As a former Nordstrom’s pianist, I never saw the place look more hopeful.

  4. Bill Edwards 7 months ago
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    In a sense, it is a sort of uninspired, yet ultimately fulfilling version of Walt Disney World line queue. A bit like customs coming off a cruise, but with a slightly painful but fulfilling award at the end. Looking forward to my second (hopefully final) trip in a couple of weeks. As a former Nordstrom’s pianist, I never saw the place look more hopeful.

  5. Harminder Lall 7 months ago
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    I wish they tell me before visiting or at the time of schedule appointment what Vaccine they are administering now:

    Moderna
    Pfizer
    Johnson and Johnson
    or
    Empty Syringe

    • Noor 7 months ago
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      Exactly my thought!!! Has anyone gone there and denied the vaccine because it wasn’t what they preferred? Just curious. We should most definitely have a choice of what we want or feel comfortable with!

  6. Harminder Lall 7 months ago
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    I wish they tell me before visiting or at the time of schedule appointment what Vaccine they are administering now:

    Moderna
    Pfizer
    Johnson and Johnson
    or
    Empty Syringe

    • Noor 7 months ago
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      Exactly my thought!!! Has anyone gone there and denied the vaccine because it wasn’t what they preferred? Just curious. We should most definitely have a choice of what we want or feel comfortable with!

  7. T 7 months ago
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    Where do you register online?

  8. T 7 months ago
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    Where do you register online?

  9. TD 7 months ago
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    Seriously…. Who monitors your web placement? To put a “Burning Question” adjacent to a report on a house fire–where a person died–is just beyond the pale.

  10. TD 7 months ago
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    Seriously…. Who monitors your web placement? To put a “Burning Question” adjacent to a report on a house fire–where a person died–is just beyond the pale.

  11. Robert 7 months ago
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    The signing up is the major issue. They lost my information. I kept getting emails but when I went to check where I was on list, it could not find my name. So that took extra weeks. Then I received an email that I could sign up, went to appointment sign up and was able to sign up next day, there were 100s if not 500 openings at Nordstroms. Only other issue is the day/time I went(Sat at 11am), it was pretty empty. I was taken 30 minutes early. They could have taken 100-150 every 30 minutes but appeared to only be getting 50 or so, every 30 minutes. I received the J&J, the nurse told me a few people walked out, didn’t want the J&J vaccine. 100% better(organized) than going to DMV.

  12. Robert 7 months ago
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    The signing up is the major issue. They lost my information. I kept getting emails but when I went to check where I was on list, it could not find my name. So that took extra weeks. Then I received an email that I could sign up, went to appointment sign up and was able to sign up next day, there were 100s if not 500 openings at Nordstroms. Only other issue is the day/time I went(Sat at 11am), it was pretty empty. I was taken 30 minutes early. They could have taken 100-150 every 30 minutes but appeared to only be getting 50 or so, every 30 minutes. I received the J&J, the nurse told me a few people walked out, didn’t want the J&J vaccine. 100% better(organized) than going to DMV.

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