Five-Time Defending Region Soccer Champ Eastern Florida State Looking For A Goalkeeper
By Space Coast Daily // August 16, 2016
three freshman keepers Brevard County grads
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA –HELP WANTED: Do you play soccer and have an interest in keeping the ball out of the net for the five-time defending region champions, the Eastern Florida State College women’s soccer team?
If you have experience between the pipes stopping the ball, love to play for successful coaches, have college eligibility and most importantly, want to win, CLICK HERE to contact Eastern Florida Titans women’s soccer coach, Jeff Carr.
According to the current Eastern Florida State roster, the Titans have three netminders. While Coach Carr hasn’t come and said there is an issue in goal, the problem could be the youth and inexperience at the position.
All three listed goalkeepers are freshman and all three graduated from Brevard County schools.
Megan Green comes to EFSC by way of West Shore JR / Sr. High School. Cheyenna Hoffman played at Heritage High, while Roxana Carpio attended Melbourne Central Catholic.
Last season the Titans were led in the goal box by sophomore Amara Holmes, who is now in Chattanooga playing keeper for Dalton State College and freshman sensation, Steff Barreras.
Last season Berreras played 1,277 minutes in 18 games for the Titans, allowing 12 goals, making 59 saves and recording four shutouts.
In January Berreras was called up to a camp with the full Mexican national team. She recorded two shutouts for Mexico in the CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship in Honduras.
Mexico finished third and earned an automatic berth in the 2016 FIFA Women’s U-20 World Cup in Papua, New Guinea from November 13 through December 3.
The tandem combined to allow just 13 goals all season and more than one just once. Whomever Coach Carr settles on in the goal box this season, the shoes will not be easy to fill.
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