A season ago, the Carmel boys soccer team was senior-heavy with 12 on the roster. In 2014, the makeup flips the other way as the Corsairs will only field three seniors.
“This is a young team,” coach Ray Krawzak said. “The season will hinge on freshmen and sophomores stepping up and showing they have what it takes to play varsity.”
One returning player with experience is senior Justin Ehren. A left back a season ago, Ehren will most likely play at the center midfield position this fall. He had a strong showing at the team’s summer tournament in Iowa.
“He proved he can be very effective in the attack and he’ll likely make things happen for us,” Krawzak said.
Other players expected to see significant action are senior captain and center back Jack Titterton along with juniors Ryan McKernan, Scott Cloe and Braco Lasso.