Berry Men's Soccer Announces Six Newcomers for 2017

Henry Smith
Henry Smith

MOUNT BERRY, Ga. — Berry College head men's soccer coach, Richard Vardy, has announced the six newcomers to join his squad for the upcoming season. 

"This is a solid recruiting class for us," Vardy said. "They provide good balance across different positions. I expect them all to fit well at Berry and within our program."

Brief bios of the newcomers can be found below:

Emerson Brock

(GK, 5-10, 165, Lookout Mountain, Ga., McCallie School)

A two-time All-State honoree out of Lookout Mountain, Ga., Brock joins the Vikings after helping the McCallie squad to a state title during his senior year. He was a Best of Preps selection during his sophomore and senior seasons and was also selected to the Tennessee Senior All-Star Team. Also a strong competitor at the Chattanooga Football Club Academy, Brock plans on majoring in Pre-Med with a minor in Spanish at Berry.

He is the son of Kim and Marshall Brock. His cousin, Beata Brock, is a competitor for Berry's women's soccer team. He is also a distant relative to the legendary Peyton Manning. 

Austin Casbarro

(F, 5-11, 165, Loganville, Ga., Grayson High School)

Grayson's all-time leading goal scorer joins the Vikings after a strong career for the Rams including All-County and All-Conference honors during his senior campaign. Casbarro led his squad to the second round of the state playoffs during his senior year when he also served as a captain. He collected 49 goals and 20 assists in his Grayson career including 20 goals and eight assists in his senior season alone. 

The son of Jennifer and Philip Casbarro, Austin plans on majoring in Economics at Berry.

Noah Cingilli

(M, 5-9, 165, Chattanooga, Tenn., McCallie School)

Also out of McCallie, Cingilli (pronounced jing-ah-luh) helped his team to a state title in 2017 alongside teammate Emerson Brock. He competed in the Tennessee-Georgia All-Star game in 2017 including a trip to the state playoffs during the final three seasons of his career. Cingilli also competed on the CFCA 99/00 Premier Club Team where his squad took the D1 State Title. 

The son of Ladonna and Or Cingilli, Noah is undecided on his major at Berry. 

Josh Pruett

(M/D, 5-10, 155, Weaverville, N.C., North Buncombe High School)

A three-time All-Conference and All-Region selection, Pruett joins the Vikings after starting in 88 career contest at North Buncombe, the most in school history. He collected 21 career goals and 12 assists during his tenure and was also instrumental in helping his squad to the state playoffs during his final three seasons. A two-year team captain, Pruett also competed in Track.

The son of Kimberly and Michael Pruett, Josh plans on majoring in Exercise Science. 

Bradley Sisk

(M, 5-8, 150, Debary, Fla., University High School)

A three-time All-Area selection, Sisk joins the Vikings after a three-sport career at University High School. Also a football and tennis standout, he collected 26 career goals and 25 assists over his 68-game career. Sisk, who never missed a start, helped his team to the District semifinals each of his four seasons and was named the team MVP during his senior year. 

The son of Lori and David Sisk, Bradley plans on majoring in Engineering at Berry. 

Henry Smith

(D, 5-11, 160, Greenville, S.C., Saint Joseph's High School)

Helping his team to three State Titles, Smith joins the Vikings after a 94 game career at Saint Joseph's where he never missed a game. He collected 14 goals and 68 shots as a defender in addition to two All-State and All-Region honors. 

The son of Brooks and Trevor Smith, Henry is undecided on his major at Berry.