Med City FC Signs Second Player – Nate Levy

Med City FC officially signs second player, Nate Levy

Nate Levy

About Nate
Nate graduated from Byron, Minnesota in 2014. He is currently in his Junior year attending Saint Mary’s University in Winona, Minnesota and pursuing a degree in Biology Pre-Medicine. He played for Euro club team out of Rochester, MN in high school, and is currently playing varsity soccer at Saint Mary’s University. He has played in 30 total games at Saint Mary’s totaling 2183 minutes. He holds a 1.28 goals against average in his career at Saint Mary’s, with 108 saves.

Off the pitch, what do you like to do for fun?
“Off the pitch I spend most of my time studying and working out. As a student, I don’t have a lot of time for much else during the week.”

How/why did you start playing soccer?
“I started playing soccer once I got into junior high, before then I hadn’t even touched a soccer ball. I played American football until that point, when most of my friends switched from football to soccer. I wasn’t very good at kicking the ball, but I loved to dive and get dirty, so I figured I’d take a shot at goalkeeping. Ever since then, I fell more and more in love with the position which has led me to this point.”

Who or which team do you find your soccer inspiration?
“I find my soccer inspiration from many different places, starting with my teammates, as I aspire to be the best last line of defense for my team.”

What excites you the most about playing for Med City FC?
“The thing that excites me most about playing for Med City FC is taking my game to the next level. I’m always looking for new ways to improve myself, whether it’s on the pitch or in life. I’m also excited to play with a new group of guys and work with Luke, who I know personally and have a ton of respect for. I will also be playing so close to my hometown, so hopefully I can have friends and family come support the team.”

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