Guillermo Segovia Becomes Florida Tech’s First United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-American
By Florida Tech // December 19, 2019
Segovia recorded team-highs in goals and assists.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Florida Tech men’s soccer star, Guillermo Segovia, has made history as he earned the team’s first United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-America honor.
The Spain native excelled in all aspects of being a student athlete and this has led him to the first-team award.
To be eligible for the recognition, a student athlete must have a 3.30 cumulative grade-point average (GPA) or better, started more than 50 percent of all games with significant contributions, have an academic standing of junior or above (if an athlete transferred they also must be in their second year at the institution) and be nominated by a USC member coach or institution.
Segovia was the Panthers’ main weapon as the forward recorded team-highs in both goals and assists with eight apiece for 24 total points. His excellence has produced him three pieces of performance-based hardware in the USC All-South Region first team, D2CCA All-South Region first team and All-SSC first team.
His success on the pitch has matched his classroom performance as the Software Engineering major currently touts an impressive 3.45 GPA. This helped him earn his inclusion on the USC Scholar All-South Region first team.
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