Bolstering the Cal Poly men’s soccer program’s future attack, sixth-year Mustang head coach Steve Sampson announced the program’s 2020 National Letter of Intent signing class on Friday afternoon.
Set to join the Cal Poly program for the 2021 fall regular season are forward Conner Lisenbee (Keller, Texas / Solar Soccer Club) and forward/midfielder Andrew McGee (Fullerton, Calif. / Pateadores Soccer Club).
Conner Lisenbee (F)
Aside from helping United States Soccer Development Academy club Solar SC to a U-17 national championship, Lisenbee is a two-time letterwinner at Keller HS (Keller, Texas), a two-time Texas All-District 4 first team honoree and the 2019 district Co-Most Valuable Player. Lisenbee also led the district in scoring in each of his two years.
Intending to major in business, Lisenbee is also a kicker for the Keller HS football program.
“One of the leading goalscorers in the entire state of Texas, Conner comes to Cal Poly having proven himself at the club and high school levels and having won championships at both – including a national club championship,” Sampson said. “He’s a standout field goal kicker for his high school team and is a fantastic all-around athlete and outstanding student. Conner will compete in the forward position. We’re very excited to see how he’ll grow at Cal Poly and welcome him to what should be a very small, but very talented freshman class.”
Andrew McGee (F/MF)
A member of Elite Clubs National League side Pateadores SC, McGee is a former United States National Team training camp invitee. A Surf Cup champion and Olympic Development Program selection among other honors, McGee is also a former Madrid Youth Cup participant and AS Roma ID Camp selection in Boston.
“Andrew will be coming to Cal Poly with an incredible amount of talent and academic achievement,” said Sampson of McGee, who intends to major in business. “He’s a very creative player on the ball with loads of imagination – one who can make final passes and score goals. Andrew looks to compete for a spot in any and all attacking positions. We’re also very excited to see how he’ll grow at Cal Poly.”
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