OMAHA, NEBRASKA: Coach Brian Locke and the Royals men's soccer team are excited to announce the addition of Frantz Joseph, an incoming freshman who plays outside midfielder, to their roster. Joseph, the son of Waking Joseph and Dobelline Paul, is from Orlando, Florida. He attended Evans High School in Orlando, Florida, where he played soccer for Coach Raymond Bornacelli, and he goes to First Bethany Baptist Church. Joseph will begin his career at Grace University this fall as a freshman; he plans to major in psychology.
Joseph shows complete dedication by never giving up and always striving to win. He says that he chose Grace University because he knows it's a good choice for him after praying for God to direct him to a good university and knowing that God led him to Grace.
"We are excited to add Frantz onto the growing list of players for the upcoming season," says head coach Brian Locke. "Being an outside midfielder, he will add balance to an already talented team. As a freshman, he will have to work hard to adjust to speed and skill level of the collegiate game. We are excited to see how Frantz contributes to the team, on and off the field, while growing in his faith."
By Loretta Gamboe, SID Staff