Born: April 18, 1990
Hometown: Zionsville, Indiana
Citizenship: United States
Last Club: Chicago Soul (MISL)
A native of Zionsville, Nathan Sprenkel has the rare opportunity of suiting up for his hometown team after signing with Indy Eleven on November 11, 2013. Already well-traveled in soccer circles at the age of 23, Sprenkel began his collegiate playing days at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, but returned to the Hoosier State to suit up for DePauw University from 2009-2011. During his time with the Tigers, the now 23-year-old Sprenkel helped the squad capture the North Coast Athletic Conference tournament title and qualify for its first NCAA Division III postseason in 11 seasons during his senior campaign in 2011. Sprenkel was also named a NSCAA Second Team All-American, the NCAC’s Defensive Player of the Year and earned the distinction of being named to the NCAC’s All-Decade Team in 2013 for his performance that senior season.
Sprenkel would land on the radar of USL PRO side Antigua Barracuda FC and, upon graduating from DePauw with a major in Psychology and minor in Education, signed for the second half of the team's 2012 campaign. Sprenkel also spent time with the Chicago Soul of the Major Indoor Soccer League between 2012-13 before returning to his alma mater in Greenscastle to become an assistant coach for DePauw.
2012-13: Signed a two-year contrack with the Major Indoor Soccer League franchise, Chicago Soul FC ... Was the starting goalkeeper for the expansion team.
2012: Signe with USL PRO side Antigua Barracuda FC ... Made one appearance against the Orange County Blues, a 1-0 loss.
|2014 Season Statistics|
|0||Second yellow cards|
|6||Substitution on bench|