UMass men’s soccer announces two more signings
AMHERST, Mass. – University of Massachusetts head men’s soccer coach Fran O’Leary announced the addition of Tommy Case and Joe Leslie to the Minuteman roster. Case and Leslie join seven other newcomers on the squad for the latest signing class.
Case (Eugene, Ore.) comes to Amherst as a transfer from Seattle University, where he was part of a team that claimed both the WAC Tournament and regular season titles. The midfielder also spent time with the Seattle Sounders development academy and appeared in 14 games during the 2018-19 season with six starts.
Leslie (London, England) joins the Minutemen after playing a shortened season for Biggleswade FC in 2020, where he scored seven goals and added eight assists in 14 games. The midfielder-forward also played three years with Stevenage FC, scoring 18 goals to go along with 20 assists in his career. As a youth, Leslie had stints with Chelsea FC, Watford FC and Barnet FC.
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