The Tulsa Roughnecks FC continued rounding out the roster today as it was announced that they have signed goalkeeper Chase Gentry, pending league and federation approval. The keeper prospect most recently finished a successful college career playing for California State University Dominguez Hills.
“Chase is a young, but a very talented goalkeeper who impressed us last summer,” said TRFC Head Coach David Vaudreuil. “He is going to be an apprentice to Cerda as he develops into a high level, professional goalkeeper.”
Gentry played collegiately for four years at CSUDH, a Division II school in the California Collegiate Athletic Association. During his four years at the school, he compiled a 1.10 goals against average and finished with 34 career wins, fourth-most in school history. The keeper also currently holds the school record for most career shutouts at 25.5.
He finished his collegiate career with a total of 5,730 minutes played as a Toro and was a team captain during his junior and senior years. He was also named to an All-CCAA Second Team honor and an All-CCAA Honorable Mention.