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College of Charleston the perfect Place for former Demon soccer standout
LUGOFF-ELGIN SENIOR Andrew Place signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and soccer pursuits with the College of Charleston while flanked by his parents, Denise and Tim Place. Standing, from left, are L-E athletic director Matt Campbell, L-E head soccer coach Paul Witt, L-E junior varsity soccer coach Matt Spolski and L-E principal Worth Thomasson.
Signing day is sometimes reserved for a high school student-athlete who will talk about coming in and being a starter from the first day he walks onto his chosen college campus or, uses the day to talk look into the future and will say this is a stepping stone toward the goal of becoming a professional athlete. Such grandiose dreams come with the territory and with the platform which is national signing day. Then, there are those high school seniors who understand what the day is about; how affixing your name on a National Letter of Intent provides you with the chance to receive a free education at a school which youhave chosen because it best fits one’s academic, athletic and social needs.