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Cirovski high on Terrapin recruits
March 3rd, 2010 12AM
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[MARYLAND MEN] Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski's 2010 recruiting class includes Marquez Fernandez, one of the top players for the Baltimore Bays Chelsea in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy, Sunny Jane, who came from Lesotho at the age of 13 and is one of the top recruits in the country, and New Zealand under-17 captain Gordon Murie, who is already enrolled at College Park.

The Terrapins also welcome Patrick Mullins (Louisiana Gatorade Player of the Year in 2008) and Jereme Raley (Baltimore Bays Chelsea).
 
"Our players will love playing with them and our fans will love seeing their skills on display," said Cirovski. "The infusion of this talented class with a determined returning group makes me excited for the possibilities next season. We have the potential to accomplish something great!"



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