ATLANTA – Student-athletes from the Georgia State men’s soccer team have scattered across the country this summer to compete in the USL League Two and NPSL. The Panthers have 10 different players representing eight different clubs, spending the offseason in states as close as South Carolina and as far as Minnesota.
Check out at how the Panthers fared in the first month of summer ball:
Aris Briggs – Greenville SC (NPSL)
Briggs has appeared in three matches for Greenville, who currently sits in second place in the Southeast Division of the South Region Conference with a 2-0-3 record.
Ross Finnie – SC United Bantams (USL 2)
Finnie has logged 246 minutes and played in all four matches for the Bantams, who own an undefeated 4-0-0 record and are one point out of first place in the Deep South Division of the Southern Conference. He has tallied one goal and one assist through four contests.
Jack Hilton-Jones – Med City FC (NPSL)
Hilton-Jones has played and started in all five of Med City’s matches, helping the team to a 4-0-1 record for first place in the North Division of the Midwest Region Conference. He was named Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Peak Performer of the Game against Sioux Falls FC and to Top Drawer Soccer’s NPSL Team of the Week. Hilton-Jones recorded his first goal of the summer on June 1 against Minnesota FC.
Tristan Jumeau – Med City FC (NPSL)
Jumeau has played and started in all five of Med City’s matches, logging over 400 minutes on the pitch. He and GSU teammate Hilton-Jones have led Med City to a 4-0-1 record and 13 points to sit atop the standings in the North Division of the Midwest Region Conference.
Andrew Miller-Bell – Atlanta SC (NPSL)
Miller-Bell has appeared in two matches for Atlanta SC, who is in fourth place in the Southeast Division of the South Region Conference with a 1-2-1 record.
Dylan Morris – Jacksonville Armada (NPSL)
Morris has started and played in all five of Jacksonville’s matches, registering 90 minutes in every appearance. Jacksonville Armada currently resides in fourth place of the Sunshine Division of the South Region Conference with a 1-4-0 record.
George Proctor – Duluth FC (NPSL)
Proctor has played and started in four of Duluth’s five contests this summer. The team has a 3-0-2 record and is in third place in the North Division of the Midwest Region Conference.
Gunther Rankenburg – Peachtree City MOBA (USL 2)
Rankenburg has logged 197 minutes in goal in four games for MOBA, who is looking to jump up in the Deep South Division of the Southern Conference after an 0-4-0 start. He has 13 saves and a .650 save percentage this summer.
Frank Rosenwald – Asheville City SC (NPSL)
Rosenwald has appeared and started in three matches for Asheville City and has netted a goal in each contest. His three goals are the eighth-most among all players in the South Region Conference. Rosenwald has led his club to a 3-1-1 mark to sit atop the Southeast Division with 10 points.
Paul Tyson – Greenville SC (NPSL)
Tyson has played and started in four of Greenville’s five matches this summer. He has been named Greenville’s Man of the Match twice this summer and earned his first shutout against Atlanta SC on May 31. The club currently sits in second place in the Southeast Division of the South Region Conference with a 2-0-3 record.