Former ETSU forward Aaron Schoenfeld signed a contract with the Colombus Crew after being traded by the Montreal Impact.
No sooner had Schoenfeld signed with his new team that he got the opportunity to play against the team who drafted him in the Supplemental Draft. While he did not post any numbers on the box score, his performance opens the door for players coming from East Tennessee State University.
Led by head coach Scott Calabrese, ETSU played a stellar game against Virginia Tech on Saturday. With Schoenfeld’s exposure to MLS, teams and scouts might pay closer attention to ETSU’s soccer program. And if ETSU continues to win against teams from bigger-name conferences, their program will continue to excell.