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May 4, 2006
Lipscomb University women's soccer coach Jenger Parrish has announced the signing of Brandi Besheres from Manchester, Tenn.
Besheres, a forward-midfielder, played soccer at Tullahoma High School.
Her honors include NSCAA/adidas All-Scholar American, NSCAA/adidas All-Scholar Region, NSCAA/adidas All-Region III (South); All-State, All-Midstate, Region 4 Player of the Year, All-Region, Second and First Team All-District, school's Golden Boot Award and the school's Wildcat Award (twice).
"Brandi is a quality player who has a profound passion for the game," said Tullahoma coach Richie Chadwick. "She is a versatile player who can take on many roles. As a junior she led the team in scoring. As a senior she led the team in assists."
Besheres, 5-foot-5, chose Lipscomb because she wanted to go to school and play soccer in Christian environment.
She is the daughter of Karen and William Besheres.