Sullivan's not done with soccer, signs with Maryville
When Andrew Sullivan arrived at Deerfield-Windsor, he contributed to the soccer program immediately. Next year, he hopes to do the same at Maryville College in Tennessee.
"I think he's going to look at having same role as he did when he came in here," said Knights' head coach Aly Joslin. "Really use his experience and his quality to be able to help that team play."
Sullivan played center midfielder at DWS, but also played on defense for his club team. His versatility is part of what appealed to coach Pepe Fernandez at Maryville.
"I can understand what to do, where to be, where the ball is. I've played both sides," Sullivan said. "I feel like I can do a lot of different things."