Boston Globe sports correspondent Marvin Pave profiled Bentley soccer player Scott Levy for Sunday's Globe South. Levy is currently tied for first in the NE-10 in scoring after netting a pair on Saturday. Here's his story which appeared in the Oct. 12 paper and online at www.boston.com and www.bostonglobe.com
When Bentley University men's soccer coach Gary Crompton pulled into a parking lot on campus Monday, Scott Levy was placing cones on the practice field.
"It was about 6:45 in the morning and the fog was rolling in, but Scott was already getting things organized,'' Crompton said of the sophomore center-forward from Canton. "I wasn't really surprised. His teammates and our staff love his outgoing personality and positive attitude, and he's developed into a team leader as a sophomore.''
A soccer and basketball captain at Canton High, Levy entered Bentley's home game Saturday against American International College with a team-high six goals and 12 points. He was second in the Northeast-10 Conference in goals and third in points; three of his tallies were game-winners.
The 5-foot-8 Levy played in all 17 games as a freshman, including two starts, and had one goal while adjusting to the speed and physicality of the college game.
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