FCC Soccer Adds First Six in March
The Florida Christian College Women’s Soccer program is pleased to announce the first six commitments of its new intercollegiate team.
The first commitment was Lynnsey Glunt. Lynnsey will be graduating from St. Cloud High School this June. A phenomenal three sport athlete, Lynnsey lettered three years in soccer, earning the prestigious Bulldog award for her play while also being voted onto the Orange Belt All Conference Team. Coach Johnson was elated at the addition of Lynssey. “Lynnsey will add tremendous value to our program here. She is one of those players that could play anywhere you need her to. She is a solid player and the kind of girl that I want to have representing FCC Soccer.”
The second commitment was Alyssa Agnew from Groveland, FL. Alyssya will graduate this June from South Lake High School where she played varsity soccer all four years. “Alyssa will bring a huge presence to our midfield. I am thrilled to have her as part of our first year program” Coach Johnson commented. Agnew is also part of Clermont Soccer Club and this year has earned a spot on the Daily Commercial All-Area Second Team. Coach Johnson summed his feeling about Agnew’s commitment: “With Alyssa, we simply have another stellar player with the qualities that FCC Soccer represents.”
FCC is proud to have four of its own, Karen Attar, Leslie Fox, Tabitha Hetzer and Sarah Van Nus become part of history by signing with the Women’s Soccer Team as well. All four add a broad range of experience to the Women’s Program. “Whether it is playing on their Varsity soccer teams or playing pickup in the streets of France each lady brings skill and leadership that will add to the foundation of what FCC Women’s Soccer is all about. I am really excited that they are a part of this program.”
Coach Johnson realizes there is still much work to be done, but he couldn’t help but smile when reflecting on his first six commitments. “We are well on our way to a superb first year program with the addition of these ladies,” he said. “I know that God has great plans to use these ladies here and can’t wait to see who else He adds to this team!”
Though they compete at the NCCAA DII level, the Lady Suns inaugural schedule includes multiple NAIA programs as well as an NCAA DII program. Stay tuned for an article in April about the next crop of players to sign!