Louisville junior signs with Real Monarchs
Like former Cardinal Ricardo Velazco did a year ago, Louisville junior Andrew Brody is forgoing his senior season to play for Real Salt Lake’s USL team.
Brody, an Orlando, Florida, native who attended the RSL-Arizona Academy in Casa Grande, Arizona, had a successful three-year career at Louisville, scoring nine goals and collecting 15 assists in 61 games. The midfielder has also spent time with Orlando City’s Under-23 team in the PDL.
He is the second player to sign with the Real Monarchs from the Ken Lolla-led program. Velazco signed after his junior season last year.
Lolla still has three players on the team with ties to RSL in Tate Schmitt, who led the team in goals this year as a freshman, Jack Gayton and Jon Zabasaija. The Cardinals had a disappointing second year in the ACC this year with a 7-9-3 record.