Two Seniors Commit To Play Collegiate Soccer
Two CHS Seniors have committed to play soccer at the collegiate level.
Ryan Landry will play for Rhodes College and Danny Hausse will play for Mississippi College.
Landry has committed to play soccer at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee and has accepted an academic scholarship to the school.
Landry, who played defensive midfield, was a varsity player for three years. He was All-District his junior year and was named Defensive MVP for District 5-5A, named to the All-Metro Team and was Second Team All-State. He also received the Most Valuable Player in Soccer at the Catholic High Spring Sports Convocation.
‘I chose Rhodes because it is a small college in a big city setting. I have the best of both worlds and the opportunity to play collegiate soccer," commented Landry.
Landry will play in the All-Star Soccer game at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette on July 11.
Landry is the son of Mark and Nathalie Landry and plans to major in psychology.
Danny Hausse has committed to Mississippi College to play soccer and has accepted an academic scholarship to the school.
Hausse, a CHS center midfielder and forward, has served on the varsity for three years. He was named All-District his junior and senior years.
‘I wanted to play soccer in college and Mississippi College provided that opportunity. It is an excellent school and I look forward to my time there,’ commented Hausse.
During Hausse’s three years on varsity, the Bears won three district titles and entered the playoffs every year.
Hausse is the son of Holly and Les Hausse and plans to major in psychology.
Catholic High has had four students sign to play collegiate soccer in the past two years.