Former GWU Goalkeeper Scott Krotee Signs with the Pennsylvania Roar

Former GWU Goalkeeper Scott Krotee Signs with the Pennsylvania Roar

Reading, Pa. - Former Gardner-Webb men's soccer goalkeeper Scott Krotee recently signed a professional contract to play with the Pennsylvania Roar in the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL), which is part of the United Soccer Leagues (USL) soccer network.

Krotee, who is a native of Reading, Pennsylvania, played for the Runnin' Bulldogs from 2008 to 2012. During his redshirt-senior season in 2012, Krotee was fifth in the nation and second in the Big South Conference with 107 saves on the season. He also ranked sixth in the nation among all NCAA Division I goalkeepers with a 5.94 saves per game average that season. The Big South Defensive Player of the Week for the Week of October 10th, was also second in the Big South Conference with a .781 saves percentage on the year.

A 2011 Big South Men's Soccer All-Tournament Team selection, Krotee led the team in saves in both 2012 and 2011. He also is ranked second in GWU's single-season record books with a 1.10 goals against average, which he posted in 2011, and is ranked both third and fifth in single season shutouts with six in 2011 and five in 2012.

He finished his career as the all-time career leader in goals against average at Gardner-Webb with an average of 1.39 and ranks third in the career record books in shutouts with 11.0 overall during his time in between the posts at GWU.

Scott graduated from Gardner-Webb in May 2012 is currently working towards his graduate degree in International Marketing at Saint Joseph's University


The Pennsylvania ROAR professional indoor soccer team is a member of the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL). The ROAR were awarded a MISL franchise to begin play in the 2013-14 season. All home games play at the Santander Arena (formerly Sovereign Center) in Reading. Single game tickets go on sale November 1st!


The MISL represents the top level of professional indoor soccer in North America and consists of seven franchises for 2013-14. The United Soccer Leagues (USL) acquired the MISL in May 2011 and began operating America's most storied and tradition-rich professional indoor soccer league for the 2011-12 season.

* assistance provided by Pennsylvania Roar public relations department