On Tuesday, February 4, The King’s Warriors Soccer Club held a Letter of Intent signing ceremony for Dakota Jack Spurgin at their home office in Forest Hill, WV. Appearing in the photo with Jack is his father, B.J. Spurgin, and long time coaches Dr. James Blume and Jonathan Windle.
Jack plans on attending Concord University, where he hopes to continue plying his trade as goalkeeper. Spurgin has been a stalwart for the King’s Warriors at that position for several years.
Jack began playing with the King’s Warriors youth league at age 4. In recent years, he was named MVP at the Mt. Mission Invitational Tournament, and was thrice named MVP at the National Association of Christian Athletes Tournament. He has also been named to the NACA goalkeeper and defender awards list. He helped lead the King’s Warriors to one sportsmanship Award, a 4th Division National Championship in 2017, and a 3rd Division Fourth Place finish in 2019. Spurgin was also named a NACA All American in 2017.
Jack’s other interests include weight training, horseback riding, fishing, and hunting. He plans to major in exercise science at Concord University.