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Aztecs sign U.S. U-18 forward Byass
April 20th, 2010 8:37PM

TAGS:  college men, youth boys


[SAN DIEGO STATE MEN] U.S. under-18 national team forward Miles Byass heads the 12-player class -- 10 high school seniors and two transfers -- San Diego State coach Lev Kirshner has landed.
“This cycle was paramount to the growth of our program,” Kirshner said. “We had numerous voids to fill with our 2009 senior-laden team. There is no question a number of these players will be called upon to make immediate impacts with our 2010 squad.”

The transfers are Paris Figueroa from Arizona Western Community College and John Pegg, who played 10 games for Seattle University after missing the first half of the 2009 season starting for Canada’s U-20 national team at the Francophone Games in Beirut, Lebanon.

Other recruits are Will Cannon (West Pines United), Anthony Gooch (SCC Breakers), Brett Helm (Dallas Texans), Guillermo Licona (West Coast FC),  Tyrone Martin (Indiana United), Casey Meuser (California Development Academy), Jordan Ongaro (Canada under-17 national team), Tim Peitsch (Baltimore Chelsea Bays), Sean Zaher (Las Vegas Premier).

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