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SAVANNAH LEVIN

inductee socal jewish sports hall of fame

Soccer - 2018

Savannah Levin has been successful at every level of soccer. She grew up in Newport Coast, CA and attended Tarbut V'Torah in Irvine. She earned High School League MVP all four years she played there, scoring 24 goals and totaling 48 points in her senior season. Then she attended USC, where she started and played a key defensive role, winning the 2016 NCAA women' s soccer title with shutouts in almost every playoff game. She also had an assist which set up the first goal in the title win. Levin was a four-year standout at USC, and was a key senior leader for the title team, especially on the defensive end.

Prior to her time at USC, Levin played for the top club Slammers Futbol Club, winning Regional Championships from 2008-2011 and a National Club Championship in 2011. In February 2017, Levin signed with a professional soccer team in Sweden, Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC. She plays there now, and hopes to continue to improve and move up on the depth chart in the future. Savannah' s older sister, Camille, was previously inducted in the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame and helped Stanford to a NCAA soccer title.