Men’s Soccer | Mon, Apr. 6, 2020
Talladega, AL – Talladega College Men’s Soccer is proud to announce Noah Andrews, a stellar defender and transfer student, as a valuable addition to the team!
Andrews attended Washington County High School in Sandersville, Georgia. He left his mark on the field with an impressive total of 71 high school career goals. His skill and tenacity are evident, and it earned him the Region Player of the Year title which he held for 3 years.
This astounding player was an asset to his team, helping them gain the Region Championship for two years and get to the Sweet Sixteen for three years.
He left a long-lasting impression on Washington County High, and upon graduation, attended Brewton Parker College for two years. There, he proved to be not only a stellar player, but a stellar student pursuing a degree in biology. Now, Andrews is ready to break new boundaries and become part of the unstoppable force of the Talladega College Tornadoes!
Talladega College Soccer Coach, Joseph Tibbs, proudly noted “We’re excited that Noah has decided to join our program. After our initial conversation, it was evident that his experiences have prepared him to shine here. He’s a tenacious and skillful defender. He will be an immediate impact player for us.”
His skillful tactics and determination mixed with his discipline and loyalty, makes Andrews a force of nature. Join the Tornadoes as they welcome Noah Andrews as the newest addition to their team!