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Programs load up on Apaches
April 22nd, 2011 6:38PM

TAGS:  college men


[MEN'S RECRUITING] Tyler Junior College, which won back-to-back NJCAA Division I titles and recorded a 41-0-1 record the last two seasons, will send 12 players to four-year programs next fall.

The Apaches include three first-team All-Americans: German goalie Andre Grandt (UC Santa Barbara), Jamaican midfielder Brenton Griffiths and English forward Dom Dwyer (both South Florida).

Rafael Amaya (Denver, Colo.), Liberty
Jack Bennett (England), St. John's
Robin Brown (Scotland), Rutgers
Frank Doumbe (Silver Spring, MD), East Tennessee State
Dom Dwyer (England), South Florida
Andre Grandt (Germany), UC Santa Barbara
Brenton Griffiths (Jamaica), South Florida
Shaun Herselman (South Africa), UNC Pembroke
Kyle Nicholls (England), South Florida
Nick Punter (England), Grand Canyon
Martin Seiler (Germany), St. John's
Joe Setchell (England), Rutgers

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