Tuesday, March 26, 2013


Brevard, N.C.- Brevard College men’s soccer coach Juan Mascaro is pleased to announce the addition of nine commitments to the 2013 Tornados men’s soccer team. The nine are Jordan Brown, Anthony DiPietro, Alec Goettl, Winston Haddock, Caleb Hall, Ralph Jennings, Andrew Stubbs, Heath Turner, and Daniel Wheldon.

Jordan Brown, a forward from Columbus, North Carolina. Brown played under Charles Lennox at Polk County High School. He was Team Captain and an All-Region selection as a senior, and finished second on the team in goals scored in 2012. Brown also played baseball, ran indoor track and wrestled for the Wolverines. Off the pitch, Brown was an Honor Roll student and member of the National Honor Society.

Anthony DiPietro
, a defender from Columbus, North Carolina. DiPietro also played at Polk County High School under Charles Lennox. He was an All-Conference selection and Defensive Player of the Year of the Wolverines. DiPietro also ran track and played basketball while at Polk. 


Alex Goettl, a midfielder out of Concord, North Carolina. Goettl played under Mike Hoke at JM Robinson High School.  He was Team Captain as a senior and an All-Conference and All-Region selection in 2011 and 2012. Goettl also played in the Powerade State Games on the South Team in 2011 and 2012.

Winston Haddock, a midfielder from Mooresville, North Carolina. Haddock played at Mooresville High School under Jim Caldwell. Haddock was named All-Conference, All-Region, a recipient of The Golden Boot, and named to the Charlotte Observer’s Players to Watch List as a junior. He also played football and ran cross country for the Blue Devils.

Caleb Hall, a midfielder from Brevard, North Carolina. Hall played at Brevard High School. He was the Blue Devils Team Captain and Offensive MVP as a senior, netting 11 goals and seven assists in 2012. Hall was named All-Conference and All-Region as a senior, as well as a 2012 Times-News All-Area Soccer Team selection.

Ralph Jennings, a defender from Columbus, North Carolina. Jennings was an Honor Roll student at Polk County High School, and was also a member of the track and field team for the Wolverines.

Andrew Stubbs, a midfielder from Huntersville, North Carolina. Stubbs played under Preston Springer at Southlake Christian Academy, where he was a four-year letter winner and three-year Team Captain. At Southlake, Stubbs was a member of three conference championship teams and a four-time All-Conference pick. As a senior, Stubbs earned a spot on the All-Lake Norman Team.

Heath Turner, a goalkeeper from Kansas City, Missouri. The Park Hill South High School product was Second Team All-Conference and First Team All-District as a senior. Turner was an All-Conference selection and All-District Honorable Mention as a junior, and All-Conference Honorable Mention as a sophomore. He also played basketball, baseball and rugby for the Panthers.

Daniel Wheldon, a defender from Darlington, England. Wheldon attended Darlington College. He has played at youth level for Darlington and also represented the Darlington District Team.