Men's soccer announces new players

Aug. 11, 2012

The men’s soccer coaching staff at Trinity Lutheran College is proud to announce their signings for the incoming 2012 season. 

The Eagles have added twelve new players to a roster which went 12-4-2 last season and made the regional play-offs. Coach Dremousis is pleased with the quality and depth of talent signed to play for Trinity this season. With the help of assistant coaches Alex Jessup and Marc Wilson, the team was able to add several top-caliber players from Washington, California as well as Europe and Central America. 

The new Eagles include Andrew Moisant, Washington state class B Player of the Year from Providence Christian; Daniel Nedeau, Gatorade State Player of The Year finalist and class 3A All-State Goalkeeper from Shorewood; Giancarlo Sorprano, a defender from Venezuelan u-18; Steve Torres, Chivas USA Academy player out of California; and David Durrant, a Nottingham Forrest Academy player from England. 

Other Trinity players signed to for this season are: 
Tom Hering from Shoreline CC
Daniel Drevich from Shoreline CC
Johnny Singh-Karlson from Sweden
Eric Moisant from Providence Christian
Ali Shams from Tacoma
Tony Johnson from Kirkland
Tuugi Bayarsaikhan from Mongolia