Naylor joins Concordia soccer team loaded with Alaskans

August 6, 2014

Zac Naylor SoccerThe Concordia University men’s soccer team lost a ton of offense with the departure of several key players from last year’s team, including the school’s all-time goal scorer.

They need somebody to step into those cleats and put the ball into the back of the net.

That person could be Zac Naylor of Anchorage.

The junior transfer is a promising forward with a knack for scoring goals after tallying 18 in two seasons at Edmonds Community College of the Northwest Athletic Conference.

Naylor, of South High fame, is one of four Alaskans on the roster for Concordia, which was picked to finish second in the Cascade Collegiate Conference this year.

Another is Nick Herzberg, a senior defender out of Fairbanks. He logged a total of 619 minutes last season, playing all 90 three times, and assisting on one goal.

Herzberg, of West Valley fame, started eight of 14 games.

The other two Alaskans are sophomore Ronald Perry of Anchorage and Brady Sanders of Chugiak.