All-State soccer player signs with Lady Bisons
Thursday, May 4, 2006

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.