Siena’s Conor McGlynn Returns to USL League Two
FA Euro New York has announced that NCAA’s Siena Saints midfielder, Conor McGlynn has returned to Brooklyn for his third season donning the FA Euro colors for the USL League Two season. McGlynn, a Middle Village native, played in all 18 collegiate contests during his junior year.
Executive Director Marco Balsamo spoke about his midfielder returning for the third season, “Conor, like [Robi] Sillah, is a cornerstone for the club. We feel that he is one of the strongest midfielders in New York and is a player who we are confident will make the jump to the next level sooner rather than later. He is wise beyond his years and is a true professional. He’s a future captain of this club and is another player that we will push and promote as he is a strong caliber player who can play at a very high level.”
Conor returns to the USL League Two side participating in the previous 21 games dating back to the 2017 season. He registered a team high of 1259 minutes during the 2018 season, where he scored a goal, and put up 14 total shots. In his first season playing for the club, he scored a goal against Evergreen in the season finale. Both USL League Two career goals have come against the Hammers.
While playing for the Siena Saints, McGlynn was named the conference's "Rookie of the Week" twice as a freshman. He was also a unanimous selection to the MAAC's “All-Rookie Team” where he logged a pair of goals and eight assists on the respective season. He concluded the 2018 season playing every minute of the final five matches against the likes of Fairfield, Iona, Canisius, Saint Peters, and Rider, along with registering a team high 11 shots throughout his junior year.