LINDSBORG — The signings just keep on coming for the Bethany College men’s soccer team.
The second announcement of the day has been made as Brandon Sanchez of Fort Worth, Texas, revealed his plans to attend Bethany.
Sanchez, who can play a forward or a wing, graduated from Saginaw High School where he played both soccer and football. He was named Tournament Most Valuable Player, team Most Valuable Player and was on the A-B Honor Roll.
"We are very excited to have Brandon joining our program and college," Bethany coach Shane Taylor said. "He is a skillful player with a good vision and a good understanding of the game. We are looking forward to his contributions on and off the field this year."
Sanchez is the son of Martin and Rebecca Sanchez. He has a 3.5 grade point average and plans to major in psychology.