CLINTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College men’s soccer program and head coach Nick Finotti announced the addition of four transfers to the 2024 roster: Eric Allen, transferred from George Mason, Bryce Burdette, transferred from UAB, Steven Cordova, transferred from UNCG, and Ryan Jeanfreau, transferred from LSU Eunice.
“We eagerly welcomed four new players to PC in January,” Finottii said. “Eric joins us from George Mason University as a left-sided defender and will immediately challenge for a role there. Bryce transferred from UAB, and his versatility will allow him to challenge for roles at the defensive midfield and center back positions. Steven comes to PC from UNC Greensboro and will have an immediate impact in the middle of midfield. Ryan comes to us from LSU Eunice and will add to a talented group of attacking players. “
Defender – Transfer from George Mason – Columbia, Maryland
At George Mason, he saw action in 10 games while recording two shots during the 2022 season. Before playing at George Mason, he was team captain for his Long Reach High School team and he played club soccer for the Pipeline Soccer Club. He also was a three-time Region ODP player.
Allen will have three years of eligibility left.
Midfielder – Transfer from UAB – Falkville, Alabama
At UAB, he saw action in two games last season. Before playing at UAB, he played an integral role in helping his Spain Park High School team post a 19-1-3 record while finishing the season ranked fifth in the nation. He scored six goals with 11 assists in high school. He played for the HVS MLS Next team last summer.
Burdette will have three years of eligibility left.
Midfielder – Transfer from UNCG – Statesville, North Carolina
At UNCG, he helped the Spartans win the 2022 Southern Conference regular season and tournament titles and reach the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. He played in nine games with two starts while scoring his first collegiate goal against UNCW during the 2022 season. In his two years at UNCG, he saw action in 23 games with two starts while scoring one goal, dishing out one assist, and recording two shots. Before his time at UNCG, he played for the Colorado Rapids Academy program and he trained with the first team a couple of times, He trained and went to preseason camp with the USL Championship’s Colorado Springs Switchbacks. He also attended the U15 United State National Team camp.
Cordova will have two years of eligibility left.
Midfielder – Transfer from LSU Eunice – Mandeville, Louisiana
At LSU Eunice, he scored 10 goals and recorded 10 assists. During his career at Holy Cross High School, he scored 38 goals and dished out 24 assists while being named his team’s Offensive MVP twice. He set his school’s single-season goal scoring record.
Jeanfreau will have two years of eligibility left.