Servania Signs Homegrown Contract with FC Dallas
Jan. 3, 2018

Wake Forest Athletic Communications (@WakeMSoccer)

FRISCO, Texas – Wake Forest freshman Brandon Servania inked a homegrown contract with FC Dallas and will begin his professional career, the organization announced Wednesday afternoon.

In his lone season in the Old Gold & Black, Servania totaled 17 points on three goals and 11 assists - a mark which tied Jack Harrison's record for a Demon Deacon freshman.

Servania's Wake Forest career got out to a roaring start, as he notched on two goals and four assists over his first two games, including a six-point effort in his collegiate debut.

"We are extremely happy for Brandon and his family on signing a homegrown contract with FC Dallas," head coach Bobby Muuss said. "Although disappointed he will not be on the field next season in a Wake Forest jersey, he is a special talent and we are extremely excited to follow him in the next chapter of his soccer career."

Servania becomes the sixth Deacon in just three years under Muuss to enter the MLS ranks, joining homegrown signee Ian Harkes and draft picks Jack Harrison, Michael Gamble, Jacori Hayes and Alec Ferrell.

 

 

Servania joined the FC Dallas Academy in 2015 and was a member of the U-16 team that won the 2016 U.S. Soccer Development Academy National Championship and the U-18 team that claimed the Gordon Jago Dallas Cup Super Group title in 2017.

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