Jack Patching grew up playing the game of soccer. It’s been part of his life for as far back as he can remember, and over the years he’s progressed through experiences and opportunities that have shaped him into the player that he is today.
He leaves Navarre as one of the top soccer players in program history, setting a record this year for goals in a season (32), and he’ll continue his career this fall with the University of West Florida. Patching verbally committed to the Argonauts earlier this month.
“I’m really happy,” Patching said. “I love UWF as a school and it’s close to home. They have an amazing soccer program with great players and great coaches, and I look forward to working with them.”
Patching has always been passionate about the game and has played it as long as he can remember.
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