Stand-out Goalkeeper will Play for NCAA Division II Soccer Program
The Columbia-Greene Community College Women’s Soccer Team has announced Keegan Deyo ’20 of Leeds, N.Y. — the team’s stand-out goalkeeper during 2019 season — has committed to play women’s soccer for Gannon University in Erie, Penn., a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II institution.
Deyo, a two-year member of the renewed C-GCC Women’s Soccer Program, currently ranks second nationally in saves among National Junior College Athletic Association Division III goalkeepers, with 219 saves.
C-GCC’s Head Soccer Coach Andrew Lashua applauded Deyo’s work at C-GCC, both on and off the field.
“Keegan has worked hard in the classroom and on the pitch,” he said. “I’m glad Gannon University recognized her qualities and recruited her. We are all proud that CoGreene could help Keegan achieve her goal of moving on to the next level.”
During her time at C-GCC, Deyo was selected for the 2019 Mountain Valley Conference All-Conference Team and named the Athletic Department’s 3.0+ Club for academically high-performing student athletes. She was also named to the Dean’s List and served as a Student Ambassador, and graduated in May with an associate’s degree in Individual Studies.
She plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice at Gannon University.
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