Antiguan To Play Soccer At JBU
Siloam Springs, Ark. (March 16, 2004) — Terry Andrew of St John’s, Antigua has signed a national letter of intent to play soccer at John Brown University. Andrew, at 6’3 and 175 pounds, is a defensive specialist and has the ability to play several positions.
As a high school soccer player, Andrew won the award for the Most Promising Player on his All Saints Secondary High School team. For his play in club soccer with 5 P’s Wadadli Football Club, Andrew has been selected for the Leadership Award the past three years and the President’s Award as Player of the Season in 2003.
His club soccer team is the Champion of the Antigua First Division. Andrew has been coached by former JBU standout Veron Edwards. Andrew was recently called up to train with the National team of Antigua where he will play defense against Curacao in late March.
John Brown University soccer coach Bob Gustavson made the following comments regarding Andrew. “Terry’s experience and ability will allow him to help us in several positions depending upon our needs next fall. He will most likely play defense. Terry has excellent touch with the ball and reads the game well so we know he will have an immediate impact on the team. I am really excited to have a player of his caliber join our program.”
Andrew is the son of Esworth Andrew and Alberta Joseph of St. John’s and he plans to study journalism at JBU.