North Sound SeaWolves add three players, including one from EdCC

With four more players signed, the North Sound SeaWolves are gearing up for their Premier Development League home opener this Saturday, May 18 against the Portland Timbers.

The SeaWolves signed Valparaiso University midfielder Jordan Aidoud, versatile Glendale Community College player Andres Suazo, University of Washington defender Taylor Peay and Edmonds Community College midfielder Josimar Evangelista.

“These four guys have a lot of experience,” SeaWolves coach Ed Moore said. “They’ve played at a high level, they’ve played overseas and that experience is going to help us a lot.”

Evangelista is a native of Pretoria, South Africa and scored two goals for Edmonds CC this past season.

“He’s another guy who knows how to score and knows how to move the ball around,” Moore said. “It’s also good to have a guy who plays right here in Edmonds.”

Aidoud, a native of L’Isled Abeau, France, had a stellar freshman season at Valpo, leading the team with four goals and tying for the team lead with three assists. He spent seven years playing for the Olympique Lyonnais youth system in France, playing in tournaments hosted by such major teams as Manchester United and Arsenal.

“He’s a play-maker,” Moore said. “He can finish, he can set people up, he’s very confident with the ball. That comes with playing at a high level.”

Suazo, who starred at Burien’s Highline High School, has made seven appearances for the United States at the U-17 level and has played for the Houston Dynamo and Seattle Sounders academy teams.

“He can do a lot of things,” Moore said. “You can put him anywhere on the field, from the front to the back, and he can help you.”

Peay, a Salt Lake City native, played in 20 games for the Huskies, scoring one goal. He played for the Real Salt Lake youth teams growing up.

“We focused on improving our defense and Taylor is going to help us there,” Moore said. “He’s physical, he wins a lot of balls and he’s got a lot of experience playing Division I soccer.”

The SeaWolves are a member of the Northwest Division of the Premier Development League, the highest level of amateur soccer in the United States. The team plays its home games at Edmonds Stadium between May and July.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Real first and last names — as well as city of residence — are required for all commenters.
This is so we can verify your identity before approving your comment.