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Lafayette, Northeastern and Old Dominion announce recruits
March 12th, 2010 5:13AM
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[MEN'S RECRUITING] Lafayette, Northeastern and Old Dominion have announced their incoming classes for the 2010 season ...

LAFAYETTE. Dennis Bohn, who is entering his 10th season as the Leopards head coach, signed nine players: Peter Adubato (Philadelphia, Pa.), Erik Cannon (Dallas, Pa.), Ben Drake (Spring Lake, N.J.), Alec Golini (Lumberton, N.J.), Nathan McDonald (Bay Village), Jeff McLaughlin (Harding, N.J.), Brandon Turner (Bayshore, N.Y.), Ryan Wetherhold (Breinigsville, Pa.) and Bryan White (Highland Village, Texas).

NORTHEASTERN. Coach Brian Ainscough signed Conner Alexander (Blauvelt, N.Y.), Hamadi Cantave (Roslindale, Mass.), Nikko Lara (Ridgefield Park, N.J.), Rex Messing (Ridgefield, Conn.) and AJ Stueck (Brookfield, Conn.). The incoming freshmen will join 21 returners from last season's team that reached the title game of the CAA Tournament for the second straight season.

OLD DOMINION. ODU signed Gideon Asante (Sunyani, Ghana), Ryan Oakes (Virginia Beach, Va.), Mason Page (Chesterfield, Va.), Mitch Pfautz (Mission Viejo, Calif.), and Alex Vaughan (Virginia Beach,Va.).  Gideon Asante has spent three years at the Shattuck-St. Mary's Soccer Academy in Minnesota.



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