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Luke Winter

Striker

Birthdate
June 18, 1991
Hometown
Norwich, Norfolk, England
Seasons Played
2011–2018
Previous Team
Tennessee Wesleyan
Height
6'0"
Weight
185 lbs.

Luke Winter began his CFC career in 2011. He is a Chattanooga FC record holder, with 49 career goals for the club in all competitions. He holds numerous awards and accolades: Chattanooga FC’s all-time leading scorer, a five-time Southeast Conference Champion, three-time South Region Champion, three-time NPSL Finalist, a veteran of five US Open Cups and a US Amateur National Champion.

Some of Luke’s memorable moments: three consecutive NPSL match hat-tricks in 2012; scoring the game-winning goal that ensured Chattanooga FC would be the first ever NPSL team to beat a pro side in the US Open Cup (May 14, 2014); being named player of the second round of the US Open Cup for that goal; in 2014 Luke Winter was named to the All-NPSL team (2014, 2016); scoring the first goal in the 2014 National Championship; NPSL Player of the Week (2016); an assist in the win in the US Amateur National Championship in 2015.

Luke played in college for Tennessee Wesleyan, where he was showered with honors: AAC All-tournament Team, AAC All-conference 1st Team, Tennessee Sports Writers Association Player of the Week, AAC Player of the Week, AAC Championship MVP, NAIA All-East Region1st Team, and TWC 2013 Athletic Director's Award. He is currently on the coaching staff of Bryan College.

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