This Concorde Fire Team Received the Highest Number of
College Scholarships Awarded to a Soccer Team In the Nation
(ATLANTA, GA – February 13, 2012) The Concorde Fire Soccer Club (Atlanta, Georgia) recently announced that 15 members ofits U-17/U-18 U.S. Soccer Development Academy team have signedNational Letters of Intent to play soccer for Division 1 schools in Fall 2012. This is the highest number of college scholarships received by any soccer teamin the nationfor the 2012 graduating class.
For additional information, contact Ryan Pollard at 404.664-3308.
Concorde-Fire Soccer Club, an Atlanta based organization, consistently ranks in the top 20 boys’ soccer clubs in the nation fields’ teams, in the United States Soccer’s Development Academy program at the U-16 and U-18 level. The U-18 team is graduating 17 players in the spring of 2012 from an array of Metro Atlanta High Schools. As it stands, 15 of the 17 players have made commitments to play college soccer beginning this fall.
Vaughn Moore, from Marist High School, will attend Bucknell University.
Holden Fender, from Walton High School, will attend University of Southern California.
Adrian Alabi, from Brookwood High School, will attend Stanford University.
Marek Moffett, from Marist High School, will attend IUPUI (Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ-Indianapolis).
Stephen ‘Alex’ McAuley, from Walton High School, will attend North Carolina State.
Devin Pope, from Chamblee High School, will attend Hucknall Town.
Preston Gayton, from Starrs Mill High School, will attend Clemson.
Ryan Pollard, Concorde Fire Coach.
James Rushton, from Pace, will attend the University of Penn.
Derek Creviston, from Milton High School, will attend the University of Indiana.
Andy Anglade, from Alpharetta High School, will attend Clemson.
Drew Morgan, from St Pius X, will attend Rutgers.
Matthew Melton, from North Gwinnett, will attend Appalachian State.
Adrian Powell, Concorde Fire Coach.
Jose Garcia, from Woodward Academy, will attend UNC Wilmington.
Westin Lendon, from Mcintosh, will attend High Point.
Concorde Fire Highlights:
Concorde Fire recognized by Soccer America as the #8 ranked boy’s soccer club in America.
2011- 2012 — Currently 2nd place US Soccer Development Academy SE Conference.
2010 – 2011 US Soccer Development Academy SE Conference Champions (12-0-2;
2010 – 2011 Disney Soccer Showcase – 3rd place, beating Chelsea FC of England.