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MEN'S RECRUITING: Ivy League to Northeast
May 1st, 2009 8:30AM
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The Ivy League, MAAC, Mid-American, Missouri Valley and Northeast men's recruiting classes, as released by their respective schools ...


Justin Ciambella, Florida Rush Nike
Sean Donovan, Eclipse Select
Kevin Dzierzawski, Vardar
Brad Jacobson, FC Westchester
Teo Larsson, Sweden
Kevin Moffat, Mavericks United
Stojan Nedelchev, Bulgaria, Lyn (Norway)



Loyola, Md.
Hector Arellano, Virginia Rush
Kevin Davis, South Jersey Barons  
Greg DiNardo, Episcopal H.S.
Cesar Ramos, Baltimore Bays Chelsea FC
Matt Tyrie, Baltimore Bays Chelsea FC

Eric Jorgensen, New York Red Bulls
Tyler Kahn, BW Gottschee
Vincent McEnroe, PDA
Eric Neves, Bayside FC
Chris Todd, FC Westchester
Tyler Williams, Empire United
Lenny Young, transfer, Valparaiso
Ryan Fitzgerald, Princeton Union
Dan Friga, TSF Academy
Jason Giordano, BW Gottschee
Craig Hanton, Canada
Sam Kotowski, New York Red Bulls Academy
Matt Perrella, Mat Fit Academy
Fardad Sabzevari, Albertson
Brandon Sebastian, PDA
Steve Suntzenich, Albertson

Philip Chabot, Bayside FC
Julian Daeumer, East Fishkill FC
Matthew Kadoch, Nether Arappaloosas
Paolo Luciano, FC Westchester
Christopher Medina, PDA
Joseph Miner, Clifton Park Premier
Sean Sullivan, Western United
Emery Welshman, Canada

Not released:


Chad Barson, Columbus Crew Academy (U.S. U-17 and U-18 national teams)
Scott Caldwell, New England Revolution Academy (U.S. U-17 and U-18 national teams)
Matt Mason, Columbus Crew Academy
David Meves, Sockers FC
Yoram Mwila, Zambia (Zambia U-17 national team)
Anthony Ponikvar, Cleveland Whitecaps
Brandon Silva, Columbus Crew Academy
Ben Speas, Columbus Crew Academy (U.S. U-17 national team)
Eric Stevenson, Columbus Crew Academy
Zarek Valentin, PA Classics (U.S. U-17 and U-18 national teams)

Konrad Andersson, Sweden
Pedro Andreoni, Brazil, South Kent School
Cleyon Brown, Jamaica, Berkshire School
Nolan Brown, Kansas City SC
Simon Greatwich, England (Philippines national team)
Jumol Harewood, transfer, Bryant & Stratton College
Ramsay Hartley, TSF Academy
Joel Jalanne, Finland
Jason Keefe, Oakwood SC
Jherrett Maroney, transfer, Stony Brook
Seun Sanusi, D.C. United Academy
Niko Tirkkonen, Finland
Jake Wright, transfer, Cal State Northridge
Michael Wysocki, West Hartford Premier

Florida Atlantic
Dominic Cutrofello, Real Salt Lake Florida
Timothy Merrigan, Schulz Academy
Vinny Torres, Orlando Nike Rush FC

Northern Illinois
Jordan Godsey, Mississippi Fire Juniors
Mike Mascitti, Eclipse Select
Andrew Van Woesik, AYSES
Stefan Vaziri, Birmingham United SA

Not released:
Bowling Green
Western Michigan


Dion Acoff, Arsenal FC

Eastern Illinois
Kyle Bullock, Little Illini SC
Alex Koch, St. Louis Scott Gallagher Metro
Trevor Kohlrus, transfer, Parkland CC
Jerry Maddi, Ajax Chicago
Kendal Spurgin, Fox Valley Strikers
Shailer Thomas, Illinois Fusion
Ryan Warren, Colorado Rapids Academy

Gavin Chura, Chicago Magic AS Monaco
Cole Page, Javanon
Robert Randant, St. Louis Scott Gallagher Metro
Patrick Kalua, Bloomington Cutters
Tyler Kincaid, transfer, St. Joseph's (Ind.)
Jesse Sharp, Ft. Wayne Fever

Missouri State
Francesco Capone, Shattuck-St. Mary's
Jarred Clark, Concorde Fire
Jared Gain, St. Louis Scott Gallagher Metro
Kenny Giacobbe, Edwardsville H.S.
Eric Martin, Bentonville, Ark.
Paul Paradise, transfer, West Virginia
Trent Reid, transfer, Old Dominion
Trevor Spangenberg, Chicago Fire Juniors

Not released:


Drew Beckie, Real Colorado
Nick Brandt, Colorado Rush
Nathan Sackeyfio, Crossfire Premier
Blake Shannon, Texas SC
Alex Tarnoczi, Colorado Rapids Academy
Mark Weigand, Fort Wayne Fever
Josh Wren, Tulsa SC

New Mexico
Josh Caffey, Lonestar Aztex Academy
Patrick Pacheco, Classic Red Star
Julian Roberts,  Classic Red Star
Lawrence Robledo, Classic Red Star
Levi Rossi, Real Colorado
Blake Smith, Boerne, Texas
Kyle Venter, Real Colorado

Sacramento State
Max Alvarez, Davis Legacy
Matt Linenberger, California Rush
Diego Marroquin, transfer, Santa Rosa College
David Norton, Ballistic United

San Jose State
Jonathan Lester, transfer, SMU
Ricky Martin, Marin FC
Mauricio Murillo, Mount Hamilton Lobitos
Dylan Murphy, San Francisco, Calif and Marin FC
Nick Murphy, San Francisco, Calif.
Christian Romero, San Juan SC
Steven Sanchez, Mount Hamilton Lobitos

Scott Branson, Real Colorado
Simon Cook, transfer, Northern Iowa Area CC
Brandon Dimbi, Boise Capitals
Jonny Espinoza, San Diego Surf
Roberto Farfan, ESU Eagles
Robert Garcia, Cal Odyssey
Brock Granger, Honolulu Bulls
Trey Jasenski, Blackwatch Premier
Zach Kupher, Albertson
Nick Marshall, Tucson Soccer Academy
Ben Milam, Santa Cruz County Breakers

Air Force does not release athletic commitments.


Long Island
Michael Cable, Real Las Vegas
John Connolly, Baltimore Bays Chelsea FC
Josef Hess, Pasco Stallions
Jakeem Johnson, TSF Academy Wildcats

Alex Blackburn, New England Eagles FC
Cody Califiore, Howell Strykers
Ryan Clark, Match Fit Academy Chelsea FC
Alejandro Cordido, Central Connecticut Extreme
Andrew Dodds, FC Delco
Wes Ostrzycki, Match Fit Academy Chelsea FC
Tony Sendra, FSA Soccer Plus
Alex Wideman, South Jersey Barons
Anthony Vasquez, transfer, St. John's

Not released:
Fairleigh Dickinson
Central Conn. State
Mount St. Mary's
Sacred Heart
St. Francis NY
St. Francis PA
Robert Morris

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