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MEN'S RECRUITING: Big South to Horizon
May 1st, 2009 8:30AM
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The Big South, Big West, CAA, Conference USA and Horizon men's recruiting classes, as released by their respective schools ...

BIG SOUTH (Updated May 4):

High Point
Stephen Clowes, Triangle FC
Jesus Cruz, Lonestar Aztex Academy
Patrick Donahue, CASL Chelsea FC
Phillip Dormont, Lonestar Aztex Academy
Chad Drimer, Triangle FC
Ryan Henke, Cincinnati SA
Todd Ray, Lonestar Aztex Academy
Shawn Sloan, Chicago Magic AS Monaco

Presbyterian
Nico Fazio, Atlanta Fire United
Paul Gunning, Scotland
Bobby Kesky, transfer, Lehigh
Byron Quinatoa, Lexington United
Manning Rushton, CESA Premier
Newt Turk, CESA Premier
Andrew Wallingford, GSA Phoenix

Radford
James Jordan, England
Thomas Eaton, North Texas Strikers
Tinashe Gwanzura, England
Myles Jones, England

VMI
Peyton Dekker, Dallas Texans
Forrest Moul, PA Classics
David Rochow, Roanoke Stars
Matt Seinfeld, SAC United Premier
Kip Zechman, PA Classics

Not released:
Coastal Carolina
Gardner-Webb
Liberty
UNC Asheville

BIG WEST:

Cal Poly
Kevin Atkins,  De Anza Force
Connor Burke, Real So Cal
Ian Clark, Vancouver Whitecaps Academy
Brett Finkelstein, Marin FC
Ben Fisk, Crossfire Premier
Chris Gaschen, San Juan Lightning
Michael Hocker, D.C. United Academy
Paul Islas, Cal Odyssey (U.S. U-18 national team)
Mac Pridham, De Anza Force
Sam Myerson, Real So Cal
Jackson Ray, Westside Metros SC
Jeff Strickland, San Juan Lightning

UC Davis
Jacob Barron, OSC Rage
Sam Del Gobbo, Marin FC
Michael Garrick, Bishop O'Dowd H.S.
Jameil Hall, Davis Legacy
Taylor Heer, De Anza Force
Brady Jimison, Juventus Strikers
Riley Newport, Vancouver Whitecaps Academy
Dan Reese, Sacramento Jesuit H.S.
Pat Reese, Sacramento Jesuit H.S.

UC Santa Barbara
Robby Boyd, Chicago Magic
Sam Hayden, transfer, Yavapai College
Robert Hoyle, England
Chris Hunter, transfer, Yavapai College
Waid Ibrahim, Ghana, transfer, Santa Barbara City College
Russell Jackson, Real SoCal
Evan McNiel, transfer, Yavapai College
Christian Ramirez, San Diego Surf
Taylor Rivas, transfer, Taft College
Nic Ryan, San Juan Lightning

Not released:
Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Northridge
UC Irvine
UC Riverside

CAA:

Drexel
Ben Miller, Spirit United
Nathan Page
Joseph Sales, Spirit United
Malcolm LeBourne, Spirit United
Tres Heffron, PA Classics

George Mason
Cooper Barham, Dallas Texans (U.S. U-17 national team)
Michael D'Arrigo, Arizona Rush
Victor Freeman, transfer, Louisburg College
Alex Herrera, D.C. United Academy
Ryan Reichmann, Albertson SC

Georgia State
Juan Giraldo, Concorde Fire
Yasser Majluf, Chile

Old Dominion
Alex DeJohn, Howell Stryker
Jason Gaylord, Empire United SC
Chris Harmon, FC Delco
Jordan LeBlanc, FC Delco
Brandon Ricker, Seacoast United
Yannick Smith, PDA
Sean Stowe, FC Richmond Magic

UNC Wilmington
Seph Babington, CASL Chelsea FC
Ricky Cantore, SAC United Premier
Cody Frennea, Winston-Salem Twins
Alexander Gylfason, Iceland, Virginia Rush AS Monaco
Michael Recchia, Norcross Fury

Not released:
Delaware
Hofstra
James Madison
Northeastern
Towson
VCU
William & Mary

CONFERENCE USA:

Memphis
Joey Deloney, GSA Phoenix
J.J. Greer, Cordova, Midsouth FC
Jordan Johnson, Harpreth FC
Patrick Kelly, Tennessee FC
Frank Petersen, North Atlanta Soccer Assocation
Mark Sherrod, Knoxville FC
Adam Thornton, Clinton FC
Justin Watson, Bridge FA
Jon Wright, Tulsa SC

SMU
Ben Hill, Dallas Texans  
Jonathan McMullen, transfer, San Francisco
Blake Milton, Texas SC
T.J. Nelson, North Texas Strikers (U.S. U-17 national team)
Bryan Ponce, Pateadores

South Carolina
Ryan Goodwin, CESA
Alex Long, CASL Chelsea FC  
Eric Martinez, North Meck SC
Kevin Stam, CASL Chelsea FC

UAB
Kofi Gyawu, Norcross Fury
Hudson Jetton, Birmingham United SA
Bart Markel, transfer, Auburn-Montgomery
Reed Matte, Vestavia Hills Soccer Club
Matt Nagler, NASL Elite
Victor Sambade, Spain
Olaide Yusef, transfer, Mississippi Gulf Coast CC

Not released:
Central Florida
FIU
Kentucky
Marshall
Tulsa

HORIZON:

Butler
JC Aikenhead, transfer, Northern Illinois
Jordan Burt, Concord H.S.
Julian Cardona,  Shattuck-St. Mary's
Jon Dawson, Carmel United
Jared Isenthal, Carmel United
Blake Leyden, Indy Burn
Tyler Pollock, Columbus Crew Academy

Cleveland State
Aaron Adkins, CASA
Justin Cree, CASA
Admir Suljevic, Wickliffe H.S.
Almir Suljevic, Wickliffe H.S.
Brad Stuver, CASA

Valparaiso
Stefan Antonijevic, transfer, College of Lake County
Jaymie Bullard, Ajax SC
Connor Cappelletti, transfer, Wallace State CC
Roby Del Giudice, transfer, Wallace State CC
Sam Haines, Andromeda
Jonathon Smith, Andromeda
Wei Ming Wong, transfer, SMU

Wisconsin Green Bay
Paul Giesler, FC Green Bay
Matthew Russo, Chicago Fire Academy
Andrew Stone, FC Green Bay
Jeff Webster, Bangu Tsunami
Txujmou Sabastian Xiong, Madison FC
Taylor Heintz, FC Green Bay

Wisconsin Milwaukee
Cody Banks, FC Milwaukee
Matthew Bewley, Andromeda
Florian Birouste, Australia
Robert Jarosz, Milwaukee Marquette H.S.
Ryan Whitehead, transfer, Charlotte
Andrew Wiedabach, FC Milwaukee
Taylor Zyvoloski, FC Milwaukee

Not released:
Detroit
Loyola, Ill.
UIC
Wright State



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