The Master’s College men’s soccer team has signed Matthew Moisant, a native of Brier, Washington.
“I chose TMC because I like its small community and its commitment to Christ-centered education,” said Moisant. “I am most looking forward to the soccer season, growing in my faith, and living in California.”
Moisant enters his time as a Mustang with an impressive resume crafted at Providence Classical Christian School, a member of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association 1B/2B District.
Athletically, Moisant earned first-team All-WIAA 1B/2B soccer honors, led his teammates to a WIAA 1B/2B runner-up spot in 2013, and a third-place finish in 2014.
Last fall, Moisant competed for Shoreline Community College.
Looking ahead to his time as a Mustang, Moisant already aims to achieve a number of goals.
“My goals are to improve my soccer skills, grow as a leader, and bring a consistent work ethic and attitude to practices and games,” commented Moisant.
When not competing, Moisant plans to major in Business Administration for a career as an entrepreneur.
Commenting on Moisant’s signing, head coach Jim Rickard said, “Matt is a quality midfield player who can also play defense. He brings valuable experience from Shoreline CC last season. We are excited to implement his size and skill into the program.”
Rickard plans on playing Moisant as a midfielder.
In 2015, the Mustangs went 13-5-2 (6-3-1 GSAC) and look to build on those marks in 2016 with an experienced roster and a talented signing class.
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