BROCKTON, Mass. ---- NSCAA All-American Andrew Revanales of the Massasoit men's soccer team recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play for Lindsey Wilson College, an NAIA Division I program located in Columbia, Kentucky.
Revanales finished his sophomore season with a team-best 22 goals and 14 assists en route to leading the Warriors to the NJCAA National Tournament for the first time in 20 years. Over his two year career, the striker from Arima, Trinidad & Tobago, netted 50 goals and dished out 19 assists.
"I am very proud of what Andrew has been able to accomplish during his time here at Massasoit," head coach Rui Estrela said. "He really is one of those players that only come around once in a blue moon. He will be missed and very difficult to replace. I wish him the best at his new school both on and off the field. I know he is going to do great things at Lindsey Wilson and it is the perfect situation for him."
In addition to his NSCAA All-American honor, Revanales was named an All-Region 21 and NSCAA All-East Region First Team selection along with earning a spot on the NJCAA All-Tournament Team.
Lindsey Wilson is of the top NAIA Division I programs in the country, led by head coach Ray Wells. Under Wells, Lindsey Wilson has won nine NAIA National Championships in 26 years and posted a combined record of 491-81-29.
The Blue Raiders finished the 2015 season, 14-5-2, falling in penalty kicks of the opening round of the NAIA National Tournament.