Former SUSC Goalkeeper Tuttle Drafted by San Jose Earthquakes

January 18th, 2011

SUSC Alumni Tim Murray (left), and Philip Tuttle, now playing for MLS New England Revolution and San Jose Earthquakes.

Former Seacoast United goalkeeper Philip Tuttle (Hooksett, NH) was drafted by the MLS San Jose Earthquakes in the 2nd round of the supplemental draft on Tuesday, January 18th.  Tuttle played his college soccer at the University of Notre Dame, where he ended his collegiate career with a 16-10-4 record and helped lead the team to the 2nd round of the NCAA Division I tournament in 2008, ’09, and ’10.  Tuttle, is pictured (right) with Tim Murray, SUSC alumnus who is now a goalkeeper with the New England Revolution.  Tuttle is the third Seacoast United player to be drafted into the MLS

Read the press releases on Tuttle’s selection from the following media sources:

San Jose Earthquakes Release

University of Notre Dame Athletics