Brandon is a Coventry native and had a career with Coventry Soccer Association from 1992-1998. He went on to play for premier clubs Northern Lighting which later became the Stingrays.
Brandon continued his playing career at Coventry High School where he was a 2 year captain and helped lead his team to the semi-finals for the state championship.
His soccer career continued at Southern New Hampshire University. He later transferred to Rhode Island College where he was a 1st Team-All Conference player and help lead them to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.
Brandon ended up receiving a B.A in Network Engineer from New England Tech. He currently resides in Sterling, Connecticut where he works as a Network Engineer for a non-profit internet service provider. He is an avid outdoorsman and still enjoys watching and playing soccer when he can.
Bobby is a Coventry native and had a career with Coventry Soccer Association from 1991-2000. He went on to play for premier clubs Bayside FC and Midstate United. Bobby continued his playing career at Bishop Hendricken from 2001-2005 where he was a 2 time All-State selection.
He went on to play college soccer at Utica College in NY from 2005-2007 and finished his collegiate career at Rhode Island College from 2007-2009. He currently plays for Club Juventude Lusitana in the Bay State Soccer League.
He also coached competitive U-12 and U-10 boys teams in North Kingstown and Coventry. He is currently in the military and lives in Cranston, Rhode Island.
CALLING ALL CSA PLAYERS NOW
PLAYING H.S. OR COLLEGE SOCCER!
If you know a former or current CSA player playing HS or college soccer please let us know!! In 2 weeks we will feature a story in the CSA Striker called CSA players “Where Are They Now”.
We want to recognize all the CSA players who have worked hard to make their HS or college teams!! Email us at csanewsletter.com and give us:
Player’s Name and School
Level (Varsity, Swing, JV)
If you would like to submit an article for consideration into the CSA Striker (Newsletter) please fill out the Where Are They Now form