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Men's Recruiting Classes
June 17th, 2009 8:45AM

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Harvard landed Parade All-American Scott Prozeller and Brian Rogers, both members of 2008 Development Academy under-17/18 all-conference teams. San Francisco's incoming class includes a pair of transfers who should help the Dons' defense, goalie Franco Carotenuto, a D2 standout, and central defender Kyle Dagan from Notre Dame. For both classes ...

HARVARD
John Bryant, East Fishkill Thunder
Brett Conrad, Nauset Regional H.S.
Owen Fox, FC Greater Boston Bolts
Scott Prozeller, FC Greater Boston Bolts (U.S. U-18 national team.)
Brian Rogers, Albertson-Oakwood
Richard Smith, England
Brad Stevens, Orlando FC
Leighton Welch, Bronxville H.S.
Zack Wolfenzon, San Diego Surf

SAN FRANCISCO
Cody Barnett, Las Vegas Premier
Vinny Caloiaro, De Anza Force
Franco Carotenuto, transfer, Grand Canyon
Kyle Dagan, transfer, Notre Dame
Oscar Englund, Sweden
Gabe Goldsmith, Marin FC
Ryan Newland, San Juan Lightning
Gijs Niehe, Netherlands
Nick Rihn, Real So Cal
Brendan Roslund, Colorado Rapids Academy
Jojo Vitale, Las Vegas Premier



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