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Men's Recruiting Classes
May 19th, 2009 8AM
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Bryant, Princeton, Quinnipiac and William & Mary have all announced their 2009 men's recruiting classes. For all their incoming players and their club connections ...

Bryant
Edward Barr, McLean MPS
James Clements, Northeast United
Eddie Curry, Massapequa Terminators
Mike daFonte, Westchester Flames
Matthew D'Amelio, Bruno United FC
Travis Frank, Comsewogue H.S.
Omar Ismail, Northern Va. Royals
Jim Lineberger, Bruno United FC
Matt Miscione, McLean MPS
Sean Reilly, Ramapo Valley SC
Antony Zarella, Crusader United

Princeton
David Dubow, FC Delco
Max Gallin, Clearwater Chargers
Mark Linville, Greensboro Youth Soccer
Andrew Menendez, Chicago Magic Chelsea FC
Lester Nare, Match Fit Academy Chelsea FC
Matt Sanner, Carmel United

Quinnipiac
Greg DiGiovine, Match Fit Academy Chelsea FC
Marijan Juric, Greenwich H.S.
Ryan Malki, Chicago Magic AS Monaco
Tim Quigley, Beachside SC
Carl Stensland, Oakwood
Phillip Surprise, Croatian Eagles

William & Mary
Ben Coffey, SOCA
Andy Hinnant, Winston-Salem Twins White
James Lofton, transfer, UNC Greensboro
Chris Perez, Northern Va. Royals



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