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June 5th, 2009 12PM
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Big East champion St. John's has signed two-time NSCAA/adidas High School All-American Rafael Diaz, one of the nation's top goal prospects. Central Florida has signed three New Zealand under-20 national team players. For all the Red Storm and Knight signings, along with those at Campbell, Charlotte, Columbia, Holy Cross, Iona, Mt. St. Mary's, Towson and Western Michigan ...

ADELPHI
Philip Bucheimer, FC Frederick
James Diana, Massapequa Terminators-United
Quintel Gates, BW Gottschee
Taylor Gregory, Massapequa H.S.
Henderson Hewe, Gulf Coast United
Dominick Parelli, Met Oval
Steven Rivera, BW Gottschee
Brandon Rollocks, Canada, Ottawa South United
Brandon Stoneham, Canada, Ottawa South United
Mark Sperandeo, Massapequa Terminators-United
Issa Tall, France
Travis Tennie, Massapequa Terminators-United
Sam Vanaria, Chicago Fire Juniors
Chris Vinberg, Massapequa Aces

CAMPBELL
Andrew Bailey, New Zealand
Jackson Ferrell, CASL Chelsea FC
Mitchell Cardenas, Texas Rush AHFC AS Monaco
Ben Iiames, CASL Elite
Justin Smith, CASL Chelsea FC
Keegan Terry, Dallas Texans Red
Patrick Tinucci, Colorado Rush AS Monaco

CENTRAL FLORIDA
Shawn Doyle, transfer, North Carolina State
Finlay Milne, New Zealand (New Zealand U-20 National Team)
Ben Hunt, New Zealand (New Zealand U-20 National Team)
William Hunt, Jacksonville Jaguars
Nicholas Keown-Robson, New Zealand (New Zealand U-20 National Team)
Adam Kraemer, Miami FC Kendall
Michele Martucci, Miami FC Kendall
Michael Nwiloh, GSA Phoenix Red
Andrew Quintana, Miami FC Kendall
Malcolm Reed, Bridge FA/U.S. Soccer Development Academy
Dillon Saffle, Crossfire Premier
Jeffrey Simmons, Penns Forest

CHARLOTTE
Nate Badke, Charlotte Soccer Acad.
T. J. Beaulieu, CASL Elite Chelsea FC
Klay Davis, OCSA
Patrick Eavenson, North Meck
Tyler Gibson KFC Crush Liverpool
Robert May, Highland FC
Anthony Perez, Canada
Jennings Rex, AKE London Cobras
Steven Saballos, Miami FC Kendall
Donnie Smith, Charlotte Soccer Acad.

COLUMBIA
Nick Ayers, Sereno SC
Julian Bongiorno, Sereno SC
Spencer Duhaime, Minnesota Thunder Academy
Quentin Grisby, Sereno SC
Brendan O'Hearn, Sereno SC
Kevin Powers, Hothckiss School
Benjamin Santos, Columbia
Nick Scott, England
Will Stamatis, PDA

HOLY CROSS
Pat McCann, Albertson SC
Evan Polanik, New England Revolution Academy
Jonah Poster, Mass. Premier
Shane Regan, FC Blazers
Steven Stefanak, Massapequa Terminators
Tom Stroh, KC Fusion

IONA
Alex Abdalla, VE Blast
Jordan Cunliffe, Utah Rush
Mario Di Miceli, Belgium
Raymond Hunter, Canada
Michael Jordan, VE Blast
Robbie Krohmer, Met Oval
Victor Munoz, Spain
Brenden Shumberger, FA Bridge
Doug Stephens, Dallas Texans and Texas Heat Soccer Club
Alvaro Torecilla, Spain, transfer, Hannibal-La Grange

MOUNT ST. MARY'S
Alex Graver, VE Blast
Alex Ockford, VE Blast
Ryan Tessler, YMS Xplosion

ST. JOHN'S
Rafael Diaz, PDA
Omar Edwards, Met Oval
Marc Godelman, Parsippany SC
Adrian L'Esperance, Fort Wayne Fever
Nick Matthews, FC Delco
Jimmy Mulligan, Patchogue Medford H.S.
Alex Naples, Met Oval

TOWSON
Juan Esteban Garcia Cabrales, Colombia, IMG Academy
Guil Costa, Brazil, transfer, College of Southern Maryland
Stefan Froedert, Germany
Zach Hoffer, San Diego Surf
Phil Martinelli, SAC Premier
Nathan Moran, Central Delaware SA Revolution
Trevar Ondiek, Olney
Joe O'Rourke, England, transfer, C.W. Post
Matteo Vertucci, Italy, IMG Academy
Chris Weaver, Baltimore Bays
Aaron Wheeler, transfer, Lenoir-Rhyne
Kyle Yingling, Central Delaware SA Revolution

WESTERN MICHIGAN
Yilson Asani, Derby County Wolves
Cody Camp, Indiana Invaders
Tom Cole, Michigan Rush Nike
Joel Del Toro, Chicago Fire Academy
Darren Jones, Canada, Victoria Highlanders
Luis Lemus, Edmond SC
Kyle Mattson, Michigan Rush
Kai Mendes, Flying Kick SC
Dan Mortermore, Cleveland Inter Acad.
Logan Pierson, Colorado Rapids Academy
Mike Sweers, Grand Rapids Crew Juniors



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