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February 3rd, 2011 3:27AM
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[COLLEGE 2011] Bowling Green added forward Gaetano Panuccio, who had a strong freshman year at Rutgers in 2008 before injuries limited his playing time the last two seasons. For other men's signings announced this week ...

BOWLING GREEN
Dan Baraldi, M, Internationals
Alex Bechtol, D, Columbus Crew
Tony Boerio, M, Columbus Crew
Jon Kuhmer, D, PA Classics
Nico Oliverio, D/M, Indiana United
Gaetano Panuccio, transfer, Rutgers

LOUISVILLE
Greg Cochrane, D/M, transfer, Virginia Tech
Patrick Huang, M, transfer, Virginia Tech
Shaquille Hamilton, M/D, PDA
Isaiah Trejo, D, Cal Odyssey

UC DAVIS
Brian Ford, D, Slammers FC
Eddie Manella, M, Cosmos Academy West
Cullen Roche, M, St. Ignatius College Prep
Blake Steele, D, Real So Cal
Matthew Wiesenfarth, F, CDA
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CALIFORNIA
Stefano Bonomo, M/F, De Anza Force
Seth Casiple, M/F, CDA
Christian Dean, D/M, De Anza Force
Connor Hallisey, M/F, CDA
Omid Jalali, M, Irvine Strikers
Max Oldham, M/F, De Anza Force
Christopher Rawji, M, Irvine Strikers
Yuzo "Bobby" Sekine, M, Irvine Strikers

NEW MEXICO
Josh Dye, M Classic FC Gladiators
Nick Miele, D,  Classic FC Gladiators
Sam Carmichael, D/M, Adelaide, Australia
Nicklas Savolainen, D/M, Boras, Sweden
Dustin Berg, D/M, Real Colorado
Casey Phillips, D, RSL-AZ
James Rogers, F, Colorado Rapids

PENNSYLVANIA
Agyeman Botchway, M/F, Concorde Fire
Jason deFaria, D, Weston Fury
Mariano Gonzalez-Guerineau, M/F, West Coast FC
Max Kurtzman, G, FC Delco
Duke Lacroix, M/F, NJSA 04
Tom O'Brien, M, Sockers FC Chicago
Kamar Saint-Louis, M/F, Potomac
Louis Schott, M, Crossfire

WASHINGTON
Villyan Bijev, F, Cal Odyssey
Drew White, D, Seattle Sounders



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