PSC is proud to announce that Seattle Pro Tryout attendee Tanner Kennard has signed a short-term deal with Syracuse Pulse in NISA following a recommendation from PSC Agency Directors.
The young goalkeeper performed well in Seattle but did not immediately receive any interest in trial or sign professionally and enquired about PSC’s showcase team performing in San Diego 3 months later at the Forgotten Dog’s Foundation Cup. At the tournament were a number of scouts and professional coaches including US Men’s National Team Assistant Coach Anthony Hudson.
Kennard came back after three months of traning and showcased at a much higher level, prompting PSC Agency Director Tom Taylor to recommend him to Syracuse Pulse. “We’ve known Tanner a long time, it was 4-5 years ago he first attended a tryout where he showed a lot of potential but also that he had a lot of development to come in order to be considered for the professional level. He went away over a period of time and has improved significantly to a point where it is now easy to recommend him to the NISA level and well deserved. We’re eager to see how he gets on with the Pulse and hoping it can help launch his career”.
All here at PSC wish Tanner the very best for his time with the Pulse. Want to follow in his footsteps? Check out all our upcoming events here.