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Andrew Corsaro Named 2022-2023 Junior Male Player of the Year

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Andrew Corsaro Named 2022-2023 Junior Male Player of the Year

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Congratulations Andrew

Andrew is a 7th grader where he maintains a 3.7 GPA while taking several honors classes including HS level Spanish. In addition to his time and efforts devoted to AYSO soccer, he is a member of his school’s soccer team and a cello player in the orchestra. Andrew has been recognized and nominated by his teachers as a school leader on campus and will be eligible to become a WEB (Where Everyone Belongs) leader for incoming students next year. In his free time, he enjoys drawing, editing videos, and building Legos.

Andrew was voted as team Captain for his AYSO team, which speaks to his leadership skills. He enjoys studying the game and how he and the team can and will be better, which earned him the nickname, “The Professor.”

“Andrew is just a great kid that is turning into a great player.” Coach Ricky Rawls.