By Adam Gore/LetsGoICC.com
FULTON, MS – Itawamba Community College soccer coach Mike Sullivan has announced four student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to join the Indians for the 2013 season.
Joining the squad next season will be Alx Little, Drew Williams and Jerry Malli of Tupelo High School and Andre Remedios of Tishomingo County.
“We are very excited about singing these four players,” said Sullivan. “We feel like they all have the potential to make an immediate impact on the team and we look forward to adding them to our roster for the upcoming season.”
Little, a midfielder, has scored three goals and recorded seven assists along with 10 steals on the year.
“It feels great knowing that I’ll be an Indian next year,” commented Little. “I’m excited to play for Coach Sullivan and Coach [Cody] Carson.”
Williams, a defender/midfielder/forward, has scored a goal and recorded 15 steals this season.
“I’m very excited about the next two years of soccer,” Williams said. “I know they are going to be lots of fun and I’m looking forward to continuing my career with a program like ICC.”
Malli, a midfielder, has three steals for the 8-2 Golden Wave.
“I’m excited to be able to play for a program like ICC,” said Malli. “I hope to be able to help the team make it pretty far next year.”
Remedios, a striker, is the all-time leading goal scorer at Tishomingo County with 24 goals while adding 6 assists and 2 steals on the year for the 8-5 Braves.
“It feels great knowing that I’m getting the chance to fulfill my dream of being an Indian,” said Remedios. “This is something I’ve been working really hard for over the past few years and I’m just really excited to be able to have this opportunity to play.”
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