Tulsa Roughnecks Sign Fredlin Mompremier
Tulsa, OK– Tulsa Roughnecks FC has signed 22-year-old Forward Fredlin Mompremier.
“I’m very excited to join a wonderful organization and I’m hoping to contribute a lot to our success this year,” said Mompremier. “I can’t wait to get started.”
Mompremier, a Haitian native, received a full soccer scholarship to play college soccer for the University of Tampa, where he became on of the top goal scorers and players in the state. Mompremier then went on to represent Haiti in a 2014 U20 FIFA Tournament. He has also played for Ocean City, FD Knights, and the Tampa Spartans.
"Fredlin is another young exciting talent that will play for the Tulsa Roughnecks next season,” said General Manager Wayne Farmer. “He came highly recommended and is a highly versatile player that can play many positions.”
About Tulsa Roughnecks
Tulsa Roughnecks F.C. was reborn in 2015 when the professional soccer club began play in the United Soccer League (USL). The Roughnecks play in the USL Championship, one of the most successful professional soccer leagues in the world. The 2017 season marked the Roughnecks most successful campaign, as the team earned its first-ever playoff appearance. For more information on Tulsa Roughnecks F.C. and ONEOK Field, please visit RoughnecksFC.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.