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Furman, Louisville, Marquette and Vermont announce signees
March 2nd, 2010 4:08PM

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[MEN'S RECRUITING] Furman, Louisville, Marquette and Vermont announced their incoming classes ...

FURMAN. Paladin head coach Doug Allison added seven newcomers: John Cantrell (Crestwood, Ky.), Josh Fusan (Windermere, Fla.), Michael Gandier (Hastings, Minn.), Josh Lietch (Atlanta, Ga.), Nathan Wagner (Arlington, Texas) and Emmu Wakai (Charlotte, N.C.) will join the Paladins in the fall, while Michael Radecke (Buffalo, N.Y.) has already enrolled at Furman.

LOUISVILLE. Coach Ken Lolla signed seven players: Andrew Farrell (Louisville, Ky.), Aaron Horton (Lewis Center, Ohio), Daniel Keller (Carmel, Ind.), Alexander Obbey (Amherst, Ohio), Manolo Sanchez (Philadelphia), Alexander Stopa (Reston, Va) and Will Vitalis (Crestwood, Ky.).

MARQUETTE. Coach Louis Bennett signed seven players. Expected to play for the Golden Eagles beginning in the fall of 2010 are: goalkeeper Charlie Lyon (St. Charles, Ill.); midfielders Eric Pothast (Lake Zurich, Ill.), Bryan Ciesiulka (Naperville, Ill.), Paul Dillon (Chesapeake, Va.) and Charlie Hoover (Whitefish Bay, Wis.); and defenders Dennis Holowaty (Strongsville, Ohio) and John Mau (Delafield, Wis.).

VERMONT. High-scoring Christian Diaz (Watsonville, Calif.) heads the Catamounts' 2010 class. Also headed to Burlington are Scott Kisling (Colorado Springs, Colo.), Evan Hodge (West Sacramento, Calif.), Sal Borea (New Canaan, Conn.), Noah Johnson (South Burlington, Vt.), Matt Baker (Manheim Township, Pa.), and Malick Camara (Atlanta).



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