Audubon Native’s USL Championship Goalie Debut Goes Off Without Hitch

Vince Tasca, an Audubon native and former Philadelphia Lone Star keeper, did not see his net move in his USL Championship debut for Austin Bold FC last week. Image via the Brotherly Game.

Vince Tasca, an Audubon native and former Philadelphia Lone Star keeper, did not originally see his next move in his USL Championship debut as being to Austin Bold FC last week, writes Matthew Ralph for the Brotherly Game.

The game was played in front of fans at home. It was not a particularly hard night for the former Wilmington University goalie, since the visitors from Sporting Kansas City II recorded just six off-target shots. One of the shots came as close as glancing the crossbar, but that in the end turned out to be the biggest threat to Tasca’s goal for the evening.

The twenty-three-year-old goalie and Methacton High School graduate joined Austin Bold on September 8, following a stretch with NISA club Stumptown Athletic in North Carolina.

During his senior season at Wilmington University, Tasca was named a Division 2 All-American. He made 61 starts for the Wildcats over four seasons.

His new team is currently in second place in Group D with two games left to play. The top two teams from each group will advance to the playoffs.

Read more about Vince Tasca at the Brotherly Game by clicking here.

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