Siloam Springs, Ark (April 12, 2002) - Ryan Woolery of Oklahoma City has signed a letter of intent to play soccer for John Brown University. Woolery, a 5’7” forward, was a four-year starter at Putnam City High School. He also served as captain on his high school squad and captain on his club soccer team, the Capital City Titans, for the past two years. He received an All-District Honorable Mention Award as a sophomore and an All-Conference Award as a junior.
Woolery, who maintained a 4.1 GPA while at Putnam City High School, is a member of the Oklahoma City Honor Society and the National Honor Society. He also participated in student council and served as president of Fellowship of Christian Athletes of Putnam City West. His awards and achievements while in high school also include All-American Scholar, FCA All-State Award, All-American Achievement Academy National Award, Gifted and Talented, and Who’s Who Among American High School Students.
“Ryan is an outstanding player who excelled at all levels. Playing for the Royals Soccer Club has given Ryan good experience against some of the best players in the country. I expect him to give us an offensive spark this fall. He is capable of playing forward or midfield and I know that his technical skills combined with his hustle and enthusiasm for the game will be a big plus for our team,” said coach Bob Gustavson.
Woolery is the son of Tim and Colleen Woolery of Oklahoma City. He plans to major in pre-med at John Brown University.
John Brown University is a private university with an enrollment of over 1,600 students from 45 states and 33 countries. JBU is a member of the Arkansas Independent Colleges and Universities as well as the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.