Pat Wall works out with the Sacramento Republic FC at Cosumnes River College in Sacramento on Wednesday. The Notre Dame graduate is one of 28 players trying to make the Republic FC soccer team this season. He led the Irish to its first national championship in 2013, did mission work with his teammates in Zimbabwe, has an aerospace engineering degree and during the summer of 2013 trained with the Houston Dynamo in the morning and worked for NASA at the Johnson Space Center in the afternoon and evening.
Pat Wall works out with the Sacramento Republic FC at Cosumnes River College in Sacramento on Wednesday. The Notre Dame graduate is one of 28 players trying to make the Republic FC soccer team this season. He led the Irish to its first national championship in 2013, did mission work with his teammates in Zimbabwe, has an aerospace engineering degree and during the summer of 2013 trained with the Houston Dynamo in the morning and worked for NASA at the Johnson Space Center in the afternoon and evening. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Pat Wall works out with the Sacramento Republic FC at Cosumnes River College in Sacramento on Wednesday. The Notre Dame graduate is one of 28 players trying to make the Republic FC soccer team this season. He led the Irish to its first national championship in 2013, did mission work with his teammates in Zimbabwe, has an aerospace engineering degree and during the summer of 2013 trained with the Houston Dynamo in the morning and worked for NASA at the Johnson Space Center in the afternoon and evening. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Irish eyes smiling upon Republic FC goalie hopeful Pat Wall

January 28, 2015 5:14 PM

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