Sturgeon Bay’s Wynnie Maravilla signed a national letter of intent with Division 2 Northern Michigan during a ceremony at the Sturgeon Bay High School Auditorium today. Maravilla, plays Club soccer with the Allouez Stride, and it was a tournament in Muscatine, Iowa when the Northern Michigan first became interested…[audio:http://www.wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/wynnie11.mp3|titles=Wynnie Maravilla- Going to Northern Michigan]In her first three season with the Clippers, Maravilla has scored 37 goals and added 21 assists and has been first team all-conference all three years. Sturgeon Bay coach Paul Lutze talked about what kind of player Northern Michigan is getting….[audio:http://www.wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/paul1.mp3|titles=Paul Lutze- Sturgeon Bay soccer coach]Maravilla is the daughter of Eric and Kelley Maravilla. Northern Michigan is located in Marquette, Michigan. The Wildcats are a member of Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.