CB East Trio to Play Collegiate Soccer

On Thursday, May 10, 2018, Central Bucks East seniors Bill Moyer, Jordan Geller and Will Eisold were recognized for committing to continue their soccer careers at the collegiate level. Check back for a gallery of photos.

Will Eisold – University of Rochester (Soccer)
Biomedical Engineering
Final list of colleges:  Rochester, Amherst, Emory, Tufts, Swarthmore
Reasons for choosing Rochester:  “Initially, I was like – ‘My brother (J.R.) is there. I don’t want to go to Rochester. I want to go to a different school and beat him.’ In my senior year first semester, I changed my whole college search around. I decided on engineering, and Rochester talked to me that year and said, ‘If you ever want to come back or think about it, come to me, and we’ll talk more.’ I realized - ‘They have the engineering I want, they have the biology that I want. I’ll go look and see if it’s good.’ I went, looked, loved it, and on the way home, I was like, ‘There’s no other decision.’ My mind was made up. It’s such a great campus, the guys were so great. I decided D3 was for me because I don’t think I’m going to go pro, and I really don’t want to have the lifestyle of going pro, so I needed to find a good academic school for life after soccer.”
What was the progression that led you to competing in soccer at the collegiate level?  “When I was younger, I always wanted to play, but as the search started happening, I thought – ‘Maybe I don’t want to play and I’ll just go club. Then with the opportunity Rochester gave me, I was like, ‘I want to play now. I’m ready.’”
Coach Josh Isaacsohn says:  “Will was a four-year starter. He came in his freshman year and was just a leader on and off the field. He was a captain for two years, and he was just the solid guy in the back you could always count on. What makes him so good is his skill, his strength and also his soccer smarts. He knows where to be in the right positions, and he really leads through his play and leads by example. He’s just an incredible kid, very reliable. He was a danger for other teams, and as time went on throughout his career, other teams started to plan around him. He really had a very positive impact going forward not only defensively, and it forced other teams to really have to play him hard.”
About Will:
Favorite food: 
Chicken Alfredo
Favorite movie:  Shawshank Redemption
Favorite music:  U2 and AC/DC

Jordan Geller – Immaculata University (Soccer)
Cyber Security
Final list of colleges:  Immaculata, Widener, Lycoming, East Stroudsburg, St. Mary’s, Franklin & Marshall
Reasons for choosing Immaculata:  “Immaculata really stood out to me because of the coach and the people on the team. Just the overall atmosphere of Immaculata was great. It’s not too big of a campus but not too small. I can definitely know everyone there, and the fact that I’m able to play soccer there with hundreds of new friends and a new family on the team just really made me want to go to that school.”
What was the progression that led you to competing in soccer at the collegiate level? “The summer before my junior year I just realized I couldn’t do anything after (I was out of) school without doing something in soccer. That summer I told my dad I wanted to pursue my dream and keep going with soccer. Along with the training, the help from my coaches both club and high school really helped me a lot.”
Coach Josh Isaacsohn says:  “Jordan is a great kid. He came in his senior year and really took charge of the goalie position and came up with some big saves. Over time, he really proves that hard work pays off because he’s really, really worked hard on his soccer awareness as well as his technique to raise himself to a level where he can now play in college. Jordan mentally focused in, and he really took a lot of time to get the game in his head to match up with his game physically. Once they matched up, he just took off and made dramatic improvement over a short period of time, and it was really cool to see.”
About Jordan:
Favorite food: 
Barbecue pizza from Randazzo’s Pizza in Jamison. “I always get two slices with a Diet Coke. It’s their #3 special.”
Favorite movie:  The Godfather and American Sniper
Favorite music:  Hip-Hop/Rap

Bill Moyer – Delaware Valley University (Soccer)
Criminal Justice
Final list of colleges:  Del Val, West Chester
Reasons for choosing Del Val:  “It wasn’t an easy decision for me picking a collage. I actually didn’t commit to Del Val until the deadline May 1. I went for a stay at Del Val, and I began to feel at home. I think the campus is beautiful, and it’s a small-scale school. I liked that, and it’s very close to home for me.”
What was the progression that led you to competing in soccer at the collegiate level?  “I have played soccer since the age of three, but I never really aspired to play in college. My dad was always pushing me to, and the Del Val coach contacted me, and I really do like the sport a lot, so I decided I would go along with it.”
Coach Josh Isaacsohn says:  “He’s a very hardworking kid. He decided to take himself out of goal and become more offensively minded as a forward versus defensively minded. Basically, he just has a very good work ethic to change positions and have a total change of mindset to go from blocking shots to trying to score them. I’m glad to see he’s going to keep playing, and hopefully, he’ll have a great career.”
About Bill:
Favorite food: 
Favorite movie:  Step Brothers
Favorite music:  Rap/Lil Uzi Vert