seaside, california – Monterey Bay FC announced Tuesday that the club has signed hometown player Adrian Levoler to a two-year contract extension ahead of the 2023 USL Championship campaign. This transaction is pending league and federation approval.
The Watsonville, Calif. native has scored four goals in 2022 for Crisp & Kelp. Among them are his two winning goals at Cardinal Stadium against Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC and El Paso his Locomotive FC. His first goal of the season came in his professional debut in the 87th minute at the Wild Horse Pass Stadium after coming on as a second-half substitute against Phoenix Rising FC in his club’s first regular season match.
“Adrian entered the professional environment straight out of college and has performed exceptionally well,” said Frank Yallop, sporting director and head coach of Monterey Bay FC. “He played a lot of hours and contributed a lot to the team with a high work rate and his four goals. is”
The 23-year-old scored 40 fouls in his first campaign for the club, recording 30 tackles, 28 interceptions and 6 clearances for the Union. Rebollar also played 1,778 minutes in 32 appearances (18 starts) in all competitions, creating 14 chances and adding an assist. Represented Monterey Bay FC in the USL Championship Team of the Week three times in Weeks 20 and 22.
“There is no better feeling than knowing that we will be back in Monterey Bay next year,” Levoler said. “I am very excited to be playing in front of my family and this community again.