Former College of Charleston goalkeeper Corbin Waller has signed with Major League Soccer's two-time defending champion Houston Dynamo, it was announced on Tuesday.
"Corbin deserves this so much," said Charleston coach Ralph Lundy. "Through his hard work, he has achieved a great deal and the ceiling is high for his future."
Waller, from High Point, N.C., played in 18 games this past season for the Cougars, starting 17. He recorded 80 saves and had a 0.82 goals against average. Waller helped the Cougars to a 13-4-1 record, including a 6-1-0 Southern Conference mark.
Major League Soccer is the top-flight professional soccer league in the United States and was founded in 1996. Entering its 13th season in 2008, MLS is experiencing a period of growth highlighted by expansion, the construction of soccer-specific stadiums, and the addition of new investors. The San Jose Earthquakes join as an expansion team beginning in 2008, Seattle will be home to an expansion team in 2009, and the League aims to have 16 teams by 2010.