Boca Raton, FL — Boca Raton Football Club is excited to announce the signing of Kevyn McFarlane for the 2018 Season.
The versatile center mid and left back comes to Boca Raton FC from San Antonio FC of the United Soccer League (USL), where he played last season.
Before his time in San Antonio, McFarlane had a stint with the Rochester Rhinos.
“Kevyn brings a high-level mentality to the team,” said president Douglas Heizer. “I’m proud to have a player of Kevyn’s pedigree on our squad, it just goes to show that Boca Raton FC continues to attract the best players available.”
A native of Jamaica, McFarlane played college soccer at Eastern Florida State.
“I’m excited to join Boca Raton FC for the 2018 season,” said McFarlane. “Boca Raton FC has a great coaching staff, and a professionally-run organization where I can see it benefiting me as I continue to grow my game.”
The 22-year-old debuted for Boca Raton FC in the 4-3 U.S. Open Cup victory over Hurricanes FC and already has registered an assist for his new club.
“That’s the kind of player Kevyn is,” added Heizer. “He took advantage of his chances and was able to already make a mark on the team. We have a strong backline, and having Kevyn with us will just bolster that.”
Boca Raton FC will continue the APSL Fall Tournament this weekend as they head to Orlando to take on Inter United FC.