The New York Cosmos announced on Wednesday that the club has signed goalkeeper Keasel Broome Jr. As per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“I’m thrilled about this opportunity to join the Cosmos,” said Broome. “Having just finished college this is a really exciting development in my career, being signed to a world-famous club with a talented squad.”
At Providence College Broome played every minute of every game in 2014 for the Friars who secured a 2-1 win over Xavier in the BIG EAST title game and subsequent NCAA triumphs over Dartmouth, Cal-Irvine and Michigan State.
“Broome is a young player with a lot of potential,” said Cosmos Head Coach Giovanni Savarese. “He travelled with us during our preseason tour and we were impressed by what we saw during training. He has a great attitude and will fit in well here at the Cosmos.”
Broome, 23 is a Delaware native who played with Caravel Academy, before attending Providence College, and helped the Academy to the state soccer title in 2009.
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