Sandy, Utah (April 25, 2019) – Ogden City Soccer Club has announced the sixth round of players to its roster. This week they announced the re-signing of Matt Lockwood from Dixie State University. Four new players were also announced, which are Diego Silva who most recently played with FC Tucson, Zach Nielsen from Westminster College, Nick Barreiro from the University of New Mexico and Kayd Marquez who most recently played with Salt Lake Community College.
Matt, Zach, and Kayd are alumni of Utah Youth Soccer Association, bringing the total to 18 UYSA alums out of the 25 players announced.
Ogden City Soccer Club will continue to announce players every Thursday until May 2nd (adjusted from April 25th) on its social media platforms. Below is a bio for each player:
Diego is arriving in Ogden after playing last year with former division foe, FC Tucson. Before his time in Arizona he played at the University of Maryland where he played in 18 matches, earning a start in 17 of them. He is an Real Salt Academy alum and also played with the US U18 Men’s National Team.
Matt is from West Jordan, Utah and is coming back to Ogden City for a second season. Last year he provided over 500 minutes on the pitch and appeared in 11 games. Matt has recently transferred to Dixie State University and is excited to continue his college career there.
Zach is currently a sophomore at Westminster College from Salt Lake City. He started all 18 games for the Griffins with over 1500 minutes on the field.
Kayd is from Logan, Utah and will be playing with Ogden City SC for the first time. In his college career he played at Yavapai college and Salt Lake Community College. He played in 40 career games, started in 25 of them and tailed 4 goals with 7 assists. During his time at SLCC he was named All-Region List Honorable Mention.
Nick is currently a sophomore at the University of New Mexico. Has played in 26 career games while starting 25 of them. In two years has logged over 2000 minutes on the pitch. Spent two years playing with Real Salt Academy before committing to the Lobos.