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PSC Goalkeeping Director Daryl Sattler re-signs with NASL side San Antonio Scorpions

By admin, 09/24/14, 9:45AM PDT


PSC Goalkeeping Director Daryl Sattler re-signs with NASL side San Antonio Scorpions

PSC is proud to announce their Goalkeeping Director Dary Sattler re-signed for the San Antonio Scorpions earlier this month. Sattler, a fan favorite, made 26 appearances for the Scorpions in their inaugural 2012 season when he helped lead the team to the top of the regular season table and won the NASL’s Golden Gloves Award as the league’s best goalkeeper.

“Daryl was an integral part of the team that won the regular season title in 2012,” said Cornfield. “We’re glad to welcome him back to San Antonio and we’re looking forward to seeing him in a Scorpions uniform tomorrow against the Mexican U-21 National Team.”

6’2” Sattler posted a 0.79 goals against average with 13 shutouts during the 2012 campaign. The 33-year-old native Tennessean played college soccer at Western Kentucky, where he still holds the career record for most shutouts with 19. In addition to his previous stint with the Scorpions, Sattler has played professionally for the Nashville Metros (USL PDL), Memphis Express (USL PDL), Atlanta Silverbacks (USL 1st Div), Wilmington Hammerheads (USL Pro), FC Tampa Bay (NASL) and Minnesota United (NASL).

In the past 6 months, Sattler has been working with PSC in a coaching and recruiting role which has seen him travel with PSC Showcase teams to Sweden, Finland, and Turkey where amongst others he worked with Zac Lubin helping him secure his first European Pro contract with IFK Lulea in the Swedish First Division.

Sattler was most recently involved in PSC’s summer combines in San Diego and Atlanta before joining up with the Scorpions. PSC Agency Staff are “ecstatic to see Daryl back in the professional game with the scorpions. Although this will limit his travel opportunities with PSC we believe Daryl still has a number of years left in him and we want to see him get as much top-level exposure and experience as possible before he commits himself fully to coaching.”