CFC Keeper Hartley Named Mitre National Player of The Week

Wednesday, July 23, 2014
CFC keeper Greg Hartley comes out for a save against Miami last week.
CFC keeper Greg Hartley comes out for a save against Miami last week.
- photo by Greg Davick
Chattanooga Football Club goalkeeper Gregory Hartley is the final Mitre National Player of the Week for the 2014 NPSL season.

Hartley had three shutouts in four playoff matches, allowing just one goal in all playoff matches.  He even saved a penalty kick against the New Orleans Jesters in the Southeast Conference Final.  

He finished with 21 saves in four postseason matches, all against top teams like Nashville FC, New Orleans, Miami, and Tulsa.  

He has been with CFC for three seasons.

Hartley played college soccer for Lindsey Wilson College and Belhaven University.  
 

The Chattanooga team will host Sacramento Gold on Saturday at 7:30 in the national semifinal match.    


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