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William Gaudette (born September 14, 1981 in Hummelstown, Pennsylvania) is an American-born Puerto Rican footballer who is currently unattached and played for the Puerto Rican national team. Gaudette commenced his soccer career at Lower Dauphin High School, period in which he had the opportunity to train with a talented Brazilian host brother before matriculating onto St. John's University at the college level and becoming an All-American. Also suiting up for the Brooklyn Knights of the USL Premier Development League during the collegiate off-season. After an exceptional career at St. John's, the Columbus Crew selected him 9th overall in the . His tenure with the Crew saw him serve primarily as backup to Jon Busch due to injury.

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  • William Gaudette (born September 14, 1981 in Hummelstown, Pennsylvania) is an American-born Puerto Rican footballer who is currently unattached and played for the Puerto Rican national team. Gaudette commenced his soccer career at Lower Dauphin High School, period in which he had the opportunity to train with a talented Brazilian host brother before matriculating onto St. John's University at the college level and becoming an All-American. Also suiting up for the Brooklyn Knights of the USL Premier Development League during the collegiate off-season. After an exceptional career at St. John's, the Columbus Crew selected him 9th overall in the . His tenure with the Crew saw him serve primarily as backup to Jon Busch due to injury.
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  • William Gaudette (born September 14, 1981 in Hummelstown, Pennsylvania) is an American-born Puerto Rican footballer who is currently unattached and played for the Puerto Rican national team. Gaudette commenced his soccer career at Lower Dauphin High School, period in which he had the opportunity to train with a talented Brazilian host brother before matriculating onto St. John's University at the college level and becoming an All-American. Also suiting up for the Brooklyn Knights of the USL Premier Development League during the collegiate off-season. After an exceptional career at St. John's, the Columbus Crew selected him 9th overall in the . His tenure with the Crew saw him serve primarily as backup to Jon Busch due to injury. In 2008, Gaudette was transferred to the Puerto Rico Islanders of the USL First Division, where he would transform himself into an elite goalkeeper in North America. His contributions led the club to its first regular season championship, as well as leading the Islanders to the playoff finals. His crucial performances in the CONCACAF Champions League provided Puerto Rico with stunning results over regional powerhouses. In February 2010 he was ranked 17th in the USL First Division Top 25 of the Decade, which announced a list of the best and most influential USL players of the previous decade.
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