University of Tulsa men’s soccer adds three to 2020 roster
The University of Tulsa men’s soccer team added three players to the 2020 roster, including two that began classes this semester.
Joseph Boehm and Theo Le Calve are already on campus as junior transfers, while Malik Henry-Scott will enroll this coming fall as a freshman, as announced today by head coach Tom McIntosh.
“We continue to bring in players that want to develop and help us continue to fight for titles, and with the addition of Joseph and Theo for the spring season, as well as Malik for the fall, I believe these three add to that,” McIntosh said.
Boehm, a 6-3 goalkeeper from Colleyville, Texas, is a junior transfer from Saint Joseph’s University. As a Hawk, he played over 3200 minutes in goal, picked up 157 saves, and recorded 13 wins, including five shutouts.
Boehm was a four-year starter for the USSF Development Academy (2013-17), and played for the Texans, Solar and Andromeda club teams. Boehm also played in goal for Grapevine High School during his senior season, where he picked up 2018 first-team all-district, first-team all-region and second-team all-state honors. He was also named the 2018 District Offensive Player of the Year, and was a Fort Worth Star Telegram Player of the Week honoree.
“With the graduation of Bryson Reed and the departure of Cooper Clark, we needed to add a goalkeeper that we believe has the ability to play right away,” McIntosh said. “Joseph was a two-year starter at Saint Joseph’s and has a lot of experience, and I am looking forward to him competing for our starting position.”
A 5-7 midfielder from Caen, France, Le Calve is a junior transfer from Iowa Western Community College. As a member of the Reivers team, Le Calve started in 18 of 19 games, scored nine goals and had nine assists for 27 points, and attempted 37 shots, 23 of which were on goal for a 62.2 shots on goal percentage.
“Theo has two years of experience at one of the best junior college teams in the country,” McIntosh said. “He is a creative midfield player, and in addition to his talent, he was team captain, and brings a lot of maturity and high character to the team.”
Henry-Scott, a forward from Plano, Texas, played club soccer for FC Dallas Academy. He scored 25 goals, and helped his team claim the 2020 MAST Championship and 2016 Dallas Cup Championship, as well as finish as a 2019 playoff finalist.
“We needed a striker that can make a contribution right away, and Malik is a talented, hard-working striker,” McIntosh said. “He has grown up in one of the top youth clubs in the United States, and we believe he has a lot of potential to continue to grow as a player and make an immediate impact.”