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Cardinals add top defender, pair of Hokies
by Paul Kennedy, February 3rd, 2011 7:22PM

TAGS:  college men


[LOUISVILLE MEN] Louisville, the 2010 NCAA Division I men's runner-up, has signed one of the nation's top defenders in Isaiah Trejo and transfers Greg Cochrane and Patrick Huang from Virginia Tech.

Trejo, a 5-foot-11 defender from Development Academy power Cal Odyssey, was invited to the U.S. Soccer U18 National Team Camp.

Cochrane started in all 19 games for the Hokies this fall.  He finished second on the team with 11 points.

Huang played in 14 games and scored in consecutive games against North Carolina and Duke in the fall.

Shaquille Hamilton has also signed a national letter of intent to play for Louisville.

"We are very excited about this class, they have great character and are very talented student-athletes,” said Cardinal coach Ken Lolla. “They have the ability to make an impact on this program next season and we are excited about the possibilities they bring to the team.”

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

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