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SoCon teams load up on regional talent
May 1st, 2009 8:30AM

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All Southern Conference teams have also released their 2009 men's signings. The Discoveries Soccer Club from South Carolina and Norcross Fury of Georgia, led all club teams with six and five SoCon signings, respectively.

Appalachian State
Luis Calzadilla, IMG Academy
David Dodge, Orlando FC
Ethan Durland, Triangle FC
J.J. Elder, Lonestar Aztex Academy
J.T. Goodrum, Solar
Nate Latigue, Triangle FC
McBruno Mbamala, Texas FC
Brennen Smith, Charlotte SC
Kojo Thompson, Wellington Wave
Shotaro Yoshida, Charlotte SC

College of Charleston
Robbie Benson, Discoveries SC
Michael Coleman, GSA Phoenix
Shawn Ferguson,  Discoveries SC
George Khoury, Discoveries SC
Ralph Lundy III, Bridge FA
Preston Myers, Bridge FA
Francis Twohig, Discoveries SC
Tyler Vukoder,  Discoveries SC
Thomas Winstead, CESA Premier

Davidson
Andrew DiLallo, Wellington Wave
Brian McGue, Columbus Crew Academy
Peter Paras, Columbus Crew Academy
George Ramsay, Concorde Fire

Elon
Mark Berlin, Twins City Youth
Gabe Latigue, Triangle FC
Chris Thomas, Norcross Fury

Furman
Jacob Brown, AFC Lightning
Alex Crooks, Norcross Fury
Mark Gabriel, Atlanta Fire United
Daniel Hojaij, AFC Lightning
Nicky MacKain, Atlanta Fire United
Debola Ogunseye, Nigeria, transfer, Newberry

Georgia Southern
Neal Bates, GSA Phoenix
Witt Carlisle, Concorde Fire
Adam Guediri
, North Atlanta SA
Rich Heyer, Gulf Coast United FC
Joe Hughes, North Meck
David Hurtado, Bridge FA
Zack Johnson, Norcross Fury
Adam Schraudenbach, Norcross Fury
Matthew Starks, Norcross Fury
Connor Talbert, Real Colorado
Aleksandar Tomic, Australia
Cameron Troutman, Gulf Coast United FC
Thomas Valikonis, CESA Premier

UNC Greensboro
Joe Layton, RSL Florida
Mike Mangotic, Cleveland Internationals
Denny Mask, Tulsa SC
A.J. Nelson, Jacksonville Jaguars

Wofford
Turner Almond, North Meck
Blair Gaines, Huntsville SC
Taylor Grim, Discoveries SC
Alex Hutchins, Knoxville FC Liverpool
Eddie Nam, Norcross Fury



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