Debola ogunseye

April 12, 2010 Charlotte, . - Furman University men's soccer standout Debola Ogunseye has signed to play professionally with the Charlotte Eagles of the United Soccer Leagues (USL), it was announced this week. Ogunseye, a native of Lagos, Nigeria, led the Paladins with six goals and six assists in 15 matches while helping Furman to an 8-8-2 record in 2009. The forward netted a pair of match-winning goals, including an 89th minute header to lift Furman over rival Clemson on October 20. "I am real excited to have a player like Debola on the Eagles team," Charlotte Head Coach Mark Steffens said. "He is gifted in so many ways. I believe he will bring excitement to our game with his quickness and desire to make things happen. He is the type of player who makes everyone around him better and always seems to be dangerous." He made his USL debut last summer with the Mississippi Brilla of the Premier Development League scoring a team-best 14 goals in 15 matches. Ogunseye earned all-conference and all-league honors while helping his club to a 9-1-6 record and conference championship. The Charlotte Eagles and Ogunseye open their 2010 season hosting the Charleston Battery on April 17, at Charlotte Christian Stadium. Facebook Twitter Google+ Email Print Addthis Furman University Athletics

Debola ogunseye

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