Nellis is currently in the midst of a solid senior season for the Sailors. She has 10 goals and 5 assists as Mona Shores sits atop the OK-Green standings with a 6-0-1 conference record. The Sailors are 9-3-2 overall.
Nellis has spent the last three years on the varsity soccer team. She was elevated to the varsity squad as a sophomore to play forward.
“Addison loves the game of soccer, and because of this, she was able to put herself in the spot she is today,” Mona Shores coach Dylan Darga said. “She has great 1-on-1 skills and uses that to take people to the net.”
Darga also praises her toughness and energy.
“She is very physical, and because of that, she is able to shed defenders off of her or use that to win the ball back,” Darga said. “Addison’s play can be contagious on the field for her teammates.”
Nellis hopes to make an immediate impact on the Warriors, who finished 9-10 last fall. Indiana Tech is an NAIA school in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC).
Nellis has a 3.247 GPA at Mona Shores and plans to study criminal justice in college.
Addison is the daughter of Kelley Allard and Jason Nellis.