Keasel Broome '14 signs his first professional contract with the New York Cosmos.
Members of the 2015 graduating class were honored and the team's annual award winners were announced.
Broome was drafted in the third round by the San Jose Earthquakes, while Naglestad was drafted in the fourth round by NYCFC.
The Friars received one first-place vote.
Mac Steeves scored both Friar goals.
2013: Started all 22 matches in goal for the Friars this season and played every minute of every game ... Registered 63 saves on the year ... Posted a 12-6-4 record ... Had five shutouts during the season versus Northeastern (9/14), at Boston University (9/20), at St. John's (10/5), at DePaul (10/12) and at Georgetown (11/15) ... Tied his single-game, season-high mark of six saves three times all against BIG EAST opponents: DePaul (10/12), Villanova (10/23) and Xavier (10/26) ... Was named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll twice (9/9 and 10/7).
2012: Played in 14 matches ... Made his career debut at Monmouth, making what turned out to be a season-high six saves (8/27) ... Registered 42 saves on the year ... Recorded three wins and two shutouts on the season ... Posted a 3-8-2 record ... Posted his first career shutout and win at Bryant, 1-0, in the opening round of the 2012 Ocean State Soccer Classic (8/31) ... Also had wins against BIG EAST foes Pittsburgh (3-2 on 10/13) and top-ranked Connecticut (1-0 on 10/24) ... Tied his season high with six saves at Notre Dame (10/20) ... Named to the 2012 Ocean State Classic All-Tournament Team.
2011: Did not play in a match.
2010: Did not play in a match.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played soccer and football at Caravel Academy ... Earned First Team All-State, First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-Conference in soccer ... Was a regional All-American in 2009 and was the No. 2 ranked player in Delaware ... Voted best goalkeeper in Delaware ... Helped Caravel Academy to the 2009 state title as he posted a 0.40 goals against average and a 16-2-1 record ... Also earned All-State honors as a kicker on the football team ... Became the first athlete to earn First Team All-State honors in two different sports ... Played club soccer for FC Delco and KSC Nemesis ... Also played for Olympic Development Program and was a captain in 2008.
PERSONAL: Son of June and Keasel Broome ... Has two younger brothers, Matthew and Jonathan and one older sister, Nina ... Favorite athletes are Tim Howard, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi ... Sociology major and Business studies minor.
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