Former Herkimer Men's Soccer Player signs with Canadian Premier League

Hamilton, Ontario – Former Herkimer star goalkeeper Triston Henry has signed a professional contract with Forge FC of the Canadian Premier League.  The 6-2, 170-pound native of Scarborough, Ontario won back to back national championships with the Generals in 2012 and 2013.  Henry was a two time NSCAA all-American recording 29 shutouts in his two seasons.  He spent one season at the University of Connecticut in 2014 before transferring to NCAA Division I Quinnipiac University appearing in 18 games and registering 65 saves with a 1.27 GAA.

“Our Herkimer soccer family is so proud and happy for Triston.  Said Coach Pepe Aragon.  He has worked extremely hard to get this opportunity.  I am confident that Triston will do great things for his new club.  We will be following him proudly.”

The Canadian Premier League is Canada’s professional men’s soccer league which is set to debut April 27, 2019 at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ontario.   

Newspaper story link is here:    

https://forgefc.canpl.ca/article/forge-fc-signs-goalkeeper-triston-henry-and-defender-dominic-samuel

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