FSU Transfer Goalkeeper Commits to Hagerstown C.C.
Hagerstown, Md.- Frostburg State University freshman transfer, Quinn Jenkins, has recently announced his commitment to the Hagerstown Community College men's soccer team.
Jenkins, a 2012 graduate from Thomas Johnson High School in Frederick, MD, attended Frostburg State University for the 2013 season. As a goalkeeper for the Bobcats, he helped FSU to a 13-7-0 overall record and 4-4-0 in the CAC. Frostburg went 9-0 at home and only surrendered four goals. The Bobcats advanced to the conference semi-finals, losing to NCAA Tournament participant and #9 in the nation Salisbury University. Despite the loss, FSU earned the #2 seed in the ECAC Tournament, but eventually lost to Lebanon Valley in the semi-finals.
Jenkins, the Patriots captain his senior year, saw his team go to penalty kicks with Linganore in the 3A West Playoffs, dropping the match though, 4-3.
As a member and three year captain for FC Frederick, Jenkins earned the 2012 Most Outstanding Goalkeeper at the US National Presidents Cup. His team won the 2012 NCLS Division III with a 9-1-0 record.
Jenkins joins recently committed players Hart Weaver, Collin McVicker, Shad Gordon, and Jacob Ernst for the 2014 season.
"Quinn is excited to be joining our program and is prepared for the competition at the goalkeeper position," mentioned head coach Brian Eichelberger. "Since we are not returning any goalkeepers from the 2013 season, it helps that Quinn has collegiate experience. We look for him to be an asset in training and developing the other players in the goalkeeper spot."