Men’s soccer midfielder, Bryan Eoff may be new to the soccer team, but he is not new to Belmont’s campus, as he is currently a senior.
The Biology major has played soccer all his life but chose not to play for the beginning of his college career. After joining the the team, Eoff was welcomed by both the players and coaching staff.
“The support is second to none,” said Eoff.
No stranger to Belmont’s campus, the community surrounding soccer stood out to Eoff even more.
“The community it can build, the fact that you can get people of different diversities, countries, nationalities, and just come together, just the love of the game brings everyone together,” he said.
In addition to playing high school soccer, Eoff had the opportunity to play in Germany from sixth grade to his freshman year. The experience taught him how to prove his skills.
“That experience helped me become more independent, more reliable on myself and made me stronger as a person,” said Eoff.
The player sporting No. 17 is thankful for the opportunity to be apart of the team and the soccer community.
This post was written by Megan MacDonald