FULLERTON, Calif. – Marc Fenelus of the Cal State Fullerton men's soccer team was drafted in the third round of the Major League Soccer 2015 Superdraft by the New England Revolution on Tuesday.
The forward from Turks and Caicos started his collegiate career at Western Texas College, earning a nod on the All-Region team both his freshman and sophomore years after leading the team in scoring both seasons.
After transferring to Cal State Fullerton his junior season he appeared in 17 matches, finishing the season with two goals, two assists, and six points.
Before returning to the Titans for his senior year, Fenelus competed in the 2014 Caribbean Cup for the Turks and Caicos Islands national team. Turks and Caicos suffered a 1-0 loss to Aruba and a 6-0 loss to French Guiana before the team's final match. In the 31st minute in a match against British Virgin Islands, Fenelus scored the team's first goal since 2008 as the team went on to a 2-0 victory.
In 2014, the 5-foot-11 forward had his best year as a Titan, appearing in all 24 matches and started 22 games. He led the Titans in goals (7), points (16), and game-winning goals (3). His play on the pitch earned him a selection on the Big West Conference All-Conference Second team for the first time in his career.
In his two-year career on the pitch as a Titan, Fenelus has accumulated nine goals, four assists, and 24 points.
Fenelus becomes the 31st Titan in the history of the program to play professional soccer, and the 19th to play in the MLS.
See all the selections from the 2015 MLS Superdraft here.
New England Revolution Release here.