April 20, 2013

BryantAction1.jpgSANTA CLARITA, Calif. – Christian Bryant of Plymouth, Michigan, has signed his national letter of intent for The Master’s College men’s soccer team for the fall of 2014.

Transferring from a one-year stint at Michigan-based Marygrove College, Bryant started 18 games at goalkeeper, playing a total of 1810 minutes along the way.  Bryant registered100 saves, averaging 5.3 saves per game, in his freshman year with the Mustangs.

Majoring in Business Administration with hopes to pursue a career in financial planning, Bryant views The Master’s College as an optimal venue to grow both academically and athletically.

“It’s a Christ-centered college and I think very highly of Dr. John MacArthur,” commented Bryant. “When I visited I was really impressed by the classes and with coach Rickard’s direction that he’s taking the team.”

Bryant’s collegiate athletic goals are high but achievable, as he desires to win a Golden State Athletic Conference title and contribute to a national championship run.

The Master’s College men’s soccer team, which went 8-10-1 (4-5-1 GSAC) in 2012, have signed four players this offseason, three of which are goalkeepers.

The Mustangs are slated to open their season August 22 against Jamestown College of North Dakota at the Westminster Tournament held in Salt Lake City, Utah.

To learn about the Mustangs soccer program, click here.