Costa and Dyer Commit to Play College Soccer

Date Posted: 4/12/2023


Left to right, Coach Kirk Dunaway, Kaue Costa, Nick Dyer and Coach Carey Talley.

Kaue Costa, a member of the Legends 04 Black NL, has committed to continuing his education and soccer career at Spring Hill College.

The Spring Hill College Badgers men's soccer program is a member of the Gulf South Conference.

Nicholas Dyer, a member of the 05 Black NL, has committed to continue his education and soccer career at Wofford College.

The Terriers of Wofford College participate in the Southern Conference.


Since 1830, Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama has educated and prepared the next generation of leaders for success during and after their time on the Hill. Our Jesuit, Catholic college education (“Jesuit-educated”) is renowned as a well-rounded higher education approach, with an emphasis on igniting a passion for knowledge and personal growth.  Their belief in cura personalis – the Jesuit belief in care for the whole person and service to others – is a guiding principle in all we do. Care and service are infused throughout the Spring Hill College curriculum and campus experience, providing students with an education that empowers them individually and builds their ability to serve a larger community.

Spring Hill College is the oldest Catholic college in the Southeast and the third oldest Jesuit college in the U.S. The College is one of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States.

Wofford College is a private liberal arts college in Spartanburg, South Carolina. It was founded in 1854. The 175-acre (71 ha) campus is a national arboretum and one of the few four-year institutions in the southeastern United States founded before the American Civil War that still operates on its original campus.

Wofford was founded with a bequest of $100,000 from the Rev. Benjamin Wofford (1780–1850), a Methodist minister and Spartanburg native who sought to create a college for "literary, classical, and scientific education in my native district of Spartanburg."  The college's Main Building is the oldest structure on campus and was designed by the noted Charleston architect Edward C. Jones.  In 1941, the college was awarded a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's oldest academic honor society, and the Beta of South Carolina chapter was the first at a private college in South Carolina.

The academic year consists of a four-month fall semester, a one-month January term called the Interim, and a four-month spring semester.  The college is listed on the President's Community Service Honor Roll and in the annual Open Doors" report for providing studies abroad opportunities for its students.

The Germantown Legends are a premier youth soccer club located in Germantown, Tennessee. 

Established in 2011, the Legends Soccer Club focuses intensely on creating brave creative leaders for life. Our no guilt, no shame, no blame philosophy gives kids the confidence to get out of their comfort zone and create the big play in any situation!

The Germantown Legends Soccer program is the official 'Soccer Provider' to the City of Germantown.

For Field conditions, Inclement weather, Program updates, Camp information, etc., please visit the following:

Facebook: Germantown Legends Soccer
Instagram:  Germantown Legends Soccer
Twitter: @GermantownSoc