Trigg County soccer player Clayton Setliff has parlayed a breakout senior season into a scholarship offer from Georgetown College. Setliff made a verbal commitment to the college on Monday.
Setliff didn’t play high school soccer until his junior season where he recorded two goals and three assists.
He had a breakout senior season in 2019 with seven goals and five assists and was named to the All-District Team. He scored Trigg’s lone goal in their region tournament loss to University Heights.
Setliff will be playing for the U19 Valor United FC Team in the winter and spring.
Blaine Alexander, Trigg County’s all-time leading scorer, was a captain at Georgetown and graduated in 2017. Setliff’s coach Josh Nichols also played at Georgetown.
Georgetown College is an NAIA school that was 14-5 last year.