Oakland Roots have added Goalkeeper Ben Beaury to the roster ahead of the 2021 USL Championship season. Beaury most recently featured for Reno 1868 on loan from New Mexico United. Born and raised in New York, Beaury has been a part of the USL Championship for the last three years.
“We are excited to bring in a player who was part of anchoring a winning USL squad just months ago,” said Roots Technical Director Jordan Ferrell. “With his quality distribution and dominance in 1v1 scenarios, Ben fits right into the way we want to play.”
Prior to joining the USL Championship in 2018, Beaury played college soccer at Le Moyne College in Syracuse New York. While in college Beaury also played for top USL League Two club Reading United for two seasons in both 2016 and 2017. In 2017, he was part of a Reading United side that would upset the New York Cosmos in the US Open Cup, before falling in the next round to the Harrisburg City Islanders.