Moline grad Gamamou headed to Valparaiso

Posted Online: May 02, 2014, 7:32 pm
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Bernard Gamamou, a 2013 Moline graduate, will restart his soccer career at Valparaiso University this fall. Gamamou is transferring to the Indiana-based school from Iowa.

In his last two seasons with the Maroons, Gamamou, who did not play last fall, tallied 28 goals as they won a Western Big 6 Conference title each year. He was an All-Big 6 and All-Sectional honoree each season.

The Crusaders, a member of the Horizon League, went 5-8-5 last season. Three of those losses were by one goal to nationally ranked opponents.

-- Staff report


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