|Brossart Boys Summer Youth Camp
Monday, June 15th Through Thursday, June 18th
Grades Two Through Nine
8:30am to 11:30am Daily
Coach Mike Code, Staff, and Mustangs
$65 Pre-Register, $70 Walk-Up
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37th District Seeding Game
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|Brossart vs Scott In Tuesday Key 37th District Seeding Battle
Game Time Set for 5pm - LIVE BROADCAST at 4:50PM
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Brossart-Scott game and to listen to the broadcast replay.
The Brossart Mustangs will be asked to put their recent diamond woes behind them and turn in a top effort on
Tuesday as the Mustangs square off with district opponent Scott in a key seeding contest. Campbell County
owns a victory of the Eagles, and could become the district top seed with a win at St. Mary on Tuesday. The
Mustangs, on the other hand, could put their destiny in their own hands with a win over the Eagles, and a
showdown with Campbell County slated for 12:30pm this coming Saturday.
Live broadcast of the Brossart-Scott game will air today at 4:50pm.
|Mustangs Find Themselves on the Short End of an 8-4 Loss to Highlands
at home on Monday, as the Birds Use The Longball To Seal Our Fate
Max McConnell made his first start of the season for the Mustangs on Monday, versus NKAC Division II opponent
Highlands. McConnell was solid, with the exception of giving up three home runs, which proved to be the
difference in the game. D.J. Mills belted a pair of round-trippers, while Joseph Martin and Todd Ramey delivered
the third and fourth for the Dirty Birds, as they like to be called, who sport the most wins - 15-4 -, remaining
undefeated in Northern Ky play.
Senior, Jeff Paulin made it official as he signed his letter of intent on
Wednesday April 22 to play for Thomas More College. Jeff was the
starting goalkeeper for the Mustangs this past season where they
finished 15-6-2 and were the finalist in the All A State Championship.
Jeff is coming off a spectacular year that caught the eye of many college
coaches. Jeff made visits to Wake Forest, Wheeling Jesuit, Thomas More,
and Ohio Wesleyan. Jeff decided on Thomas More as it was close to
home, and he wanted to play close so his parents could see him play.
Jeff said, “I hope to contribute right away and help win a National
Championship for the Saints.”
Jeff started playing soccer when he was 3 years old and not always as
goalkeeper. It was around 8 years old when he started at keeper and then
later he started enjoying it. Jeff has played for many top select soccer
programs in the area including Kings/Hammer and NKSA. Jeff played for
NKSA his last two years as their starting keeper. TMC’s Head Coach Eric
Busener, was Jeff’s coach the past two seasons for NKSA. This was
another factored into his decision to choose Thomas More.
Jeff said his biggest moment in soccer was winning the All A State
Championship in 2013. Jeff has received many awards while playing at
Brossart. He was named to the 10th Region Tournament Team in 2013
and 2014. This year Jeff was named the 10th Region All A Most Valuable
Player, where he didn’t give up a goal in the Regional Tournament. Jeff
was named NKAC Honorable Mention, Second Team All-State, and to the
All A State Tournament Team. Jeff was also named to the Kentucky East
All Star Team where he made many great saves in that game.
Jeff has secured his spot in the Brossart history books. Paulin has the
lowest goals allowed for a keeper ever in the program. Jeff also gave up
the least goals in all of Northern Kentucky this past season. In 2014 with
the help of his defense they combined for one of the best defensive goals
against average in the state and recived the award of "Best Defensive
Team" in the state. Jeff had 11 shutouts this year and 5 shutouts in
2013. He and his defense only allowed 12 goals on the year in over 23
games this season. Two of those goals were on penalty kicks and the
other was an own goal.
This is exciting news for Bishop Brossart Soccer Program as this is the
third year in a row a player was able to continue their soccer career at the
next level. Jordan Frommeyer in 2013 with Wheeling Jesuit, Eli Nienaber,
2014 at Thomas More.
Thomas More is coached by Eric Busener. Eric was the Assistant Coach
last year who help guide the Saints to an 18-2-2 season. The Saints were
PAC Conference Champions, and the Saints made it into the 2nd round of
the NCAA Tournament.
Declares For Thomas More