The Sports Report - Sebastian Montenegro & Robinson Munoz

The Sports Report - Sebastian Montenegro & Robinson Munoz
NEW YORK, JUNE 3, 2020/THOMAS BRICE/-- The Sports Report New York's #1 sports show is proud to announce as guests on its show this week the captain of the Five Towns College men's soccer team Sebastian Montenegro, and 2019 men's soccer HVIAC All-Conference player, also of Five Towns College, Robinson Munoz.
 
Sebastian Montenegro, entering his junior season and second with the Five Towns College men's soccer team, was named captain for the 2019 season. Sebastian Montenegro, a Jackson Heights, Queens New York, native is a graduate of Queens Vocational High School, and also played for Queensborough Community College where he was a member of the 2018 CUNYAC Championship team. Sebastian Montenegro appeared in eight games for Five Towns this past season, scoring one goal with two points.
 
Robinson Munoz, entering his senior season and second with the Five Towns College men's soccer team, was a 2017 CUNYAC All-Star and a member of the 2018 CUNYAC men's soccer champions with Queensborough Community College. Robinson Munoz finished the 2019 season with seven goals, 11 assists, along with one game-winning goal in 12 games; he also had the game winning assist in a 4-3 win on October 23, 2019 against #1 ranked Berkeley College. Robinson Munoz was also named a 2019 men's soccer HVIAC All-Conference player. Robinson Munoz is a Corona, Queens New York native and is a High School for Arts and Business graduate and was a student from 2017-2018 at Queensborough Community College.
 
"11 hearts beating as 1 has been the motto for the Five Towns College men's soccer team and two of those reasons why 11 hearts beating as 1 is Sebastian Montenegro and Robinson Munoz. Sebastian Montenegro and Robinson Munoz have quickly helped put the Five Towns College men's soccer team on the map. Montenegro and Munoz, along with Adrian Santos and Adrian Wong, have the Five Towns College soccer team poised for a big 2020 season as contenders to win the Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. I want to thank Robinson Munoz and Sebastian Montenegro for coming on the Sports Report this week to talk Five Towns College men's soccer. I also want to thank once again Five Towns College men's soccer head coach Jason Fiscina and Five Towns College athletic director Matt Guercio for the opportunity to once again talk with Five Towns men's occer and its burgeoning athletic program." -- Thomas J. Brice, founder, host, producer, engineer of The Sports Report New York's #1 Sports show.

To listen to this week's episode of the Sports Report featuring the captain of the Five Towns College men's soccer team Sebastian Montenegro and 2019 HVIAC men's soccer All-Conference player Robinson Munoz, click on the link below as Sebastian Montenegro and Robinson Munoz come on the Sports Report at the 52 minute and 5 second mark.

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