Sean O'Connor Soccer Goalkeeper
Sean O'Connor (born June 15, 1984 in La Crescenta, California) is an American soccer player currently playing for Carolina RailHawks in the North American Soccer League. O'Connor attended Saint Francis High School, leading them to a CIF title in 2001 as 1st Team All-CIF Goalkeeper, played club soccer in the Coast Soccer League for the Burbank Red Machine, and played college soccer at Belmont Abbey College, where he was twice named All-Carolinas-Virginia Athletics Conference and, as captain, guided Belmont-Abbey to the 2005 CVAC championship. During his college years O'Connor was on the roster of the San Fernando Valley Quakes in the USL Premier Development League for two seasons, but only saw action in 2 games in 2007, both shutouts. Having not been drafted by Major League Soccer out of college, O'Connor played several seasons of amateur and semi professional soccer in the Los Angeles area, including coaching for the Crescenta Valley soccer club. O'Connor attended open tryouts held by Carolina RailHawks in early 2010 and impressed head coach Martin Rennie. He was subsequently signed to his first professional contract by Carolina in March, 2010.
|Date of birth|
|July 15th, 1984|
|United States of America|
1. Saint Francis High School Private school
St. Francis High School is a Catholic preparatory high school for young men, located in La Cañada Flintridge, California, USA. Founded in 1946 on the lands bought from a golf club, it is owned and directed by the Capuchin Friars of the Western American Province of Our Lady of Angels.
|Official web page||www.sfhs.net|