Indiana men’s soccer signs St. Louis FC Academy goalkeeper Nathan Gabris
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana men’s soccer head coach Todd Yeagley announced the addition of goalkeeper Nathan Gabris for the 2021 season. His commitment gives Indiana eight in the ’21 Signing Class, a group that is ranked seventh nationally according to Top Drawer Soccer.
Indiana is one of only two Big Ten men’s soccer programs to be ranked inside the top-30 in the latest Top Drawer Soccer recruiting ranks and the only program to crack the top-10.
“Nathan will be a great addition to our program,” Yeagley said. “He has developed into an excellent keeper over the past few years under coach Tim Kelly and the entire staff at Saint Louis FC. Nathan’s relentless work rate and strong technical ability to be a great addition to our goalkeeping corps led by assistant coach Christian Lomeli.”
Fresh off a nation-leading 21st trip to the College Cup, Indiana will bolster another strong team for the fall of 2021. Redshirt senior Spencer Glass announced his intentions to return to the program earlier in June to go along with the top-10 recruiting class. The ranking comes after stacking back-to-back top-five ranked classes in ’19 (No. 1) and ’20 (No. 4).
The Hoosiers reached the NCAA Tournament for the 34th-straight season in 2020 and for an NCAA-record 44th time in program history. The ’20 season also brought home the 17th Big Ten Conference regular season crown and 15th B1G Tournament Championship in program history.
GOALKEEPER | 6’0 | 175
Lafayette High School | Wildwood, Mo.
St. Louis FC Academy
Made appearances in over 40 matches across U.S. Soccer Development Academy competition in his career, including his most recent stint with Saint Louis FC under the management of head coach Luis Swisher… tallied 13 caps in MLS Next matches… posted 17 career shutouts… graduated Suma Cum Laude with a 4.12 cumulative grade point average… scholar athlete and member of National Honor Society in high school… son of Adam and Suzanne Gabris… has one sister, Mallory, and one brother, Kevin.
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