Mount Allison Mounties Men's Soccer program is pleased to announce the addition of three more new recruits

Mount Allison Mounties Men's Soccer program is pleased to announce the addition of three more new recruits

The Mount Allison Men's Varsity Soccer Program is excited to welcome another group of hard working student-athletes to the Mounties Soccer Family. Adam Peck, Andrew Morrison and Joseph Sichamba are three determined players with a great passion for the game and will help push the competitive spirit of the team as we chase and pursue excellence both on and off the field.

Joseph Sichamba
Joseph started his early years in Witbank, South Africa and now comes to the Mounties from Fort McMurray, Alberta. He has played competitive soccer for both the Fort McMurray Fury Rep Program and the Red Scorpions Men's League. Joseph has also spent time participating with the Keyano College Men's Varsity Soccer Program.

Joseph plays with a natural composure and is a skillful player that can effortlessly transition from wide play into half spaces. Pace and intelligence, combined with other more obvious attacking attributes are what makes Joseph such a valued player for the Mounties.

Joseph’s academic interest is a Bachelor of Commerce Degree.

Adam Peck
Adam joins the Mounties from Digby, Nova Scotia. An accomplished defender, Adam has participated in the Valley Soccer Association for over twelve years. Adam has consistently shown the ability to deal with pressure, pass effectively and has demonstrated tactical use of the field of play through spatial awareness and concepts of space.

Adam has been volunteering weekly for three years with his local church. His activities include helping organize and leading children’s evening educational programs and playing piano for the Sunday morning services.

Adam will be pursuing Music at Mount Allison.

Andrew Morrison
Andrew comes to Mount Allison from Moncton, New Brunswick. Andrew first got involved in soccer at 6 years old and has been actively participating ever since. During his High School years, Andrew captained the Junior Varsity Team. In his senior years, Andrew captained the Senior Varsity Team and through hard work and determination won the first ever Provincial Championships for his alma mater. Ambition and the hunger to succeed are attributes that Andrew possesses. His passion and enthusiasm will certainly support the aims and goals of the Mount Allison Men’s Varsity Soccer Program. Andrew is involved in the cadet organization as a Warrant Officer Second Class with Squadron (650 Governor Gen. George P. Vanity RCACS).

Andrew is interested in Aviation.