Join Now  | 
Home About Contact Us Privacy & Security Advertise
Soccer America Daily Soccer World Daily Special Edition Around The Net Soccer Business Insider College Soccer Reporter Youth Soccer Reporter Soccer on TV Soccer America Classifieds Game Report
Paul Gardner: SoccerTalk Soccer America Confidential Youth Soccer Insider World Cup Watch
RSS Feeds Archives Manage Subscriptions Subscribe
Order Current Issue Subscribe Manage My Subscription Renew My Subscription Gift Subscription
My Account Join Now
Tournament Calendar Camps & Academies Soccer Glossary Classifieds
Transfers, former U.S. U-17 keeper highlight classes
February 6th, 2012 1:53AM
Subscribe to College Soccer Reporter

TAGS:  college men


[MEN'S RECRUITS]Teams began releasing the names of players who signed letters of intent to play for them in 2012. California and the College of Charleston both picked up JC stars, Furman added a pair of transfers from ACC schools, Saint Louis signed two Bermudans and one Irishman from Florida powerhouse Montverde Academy. Cal Poly's solid class includes former U.S. U-17 keeper Wade Hamilton, while Anton Sealey, son of the Bahamas FA president of the same name who turned in Jack Warner and Mohamed bin Hammam in the 2011 scandal that rocked FIFA, is transferring from North Carolina to UCF. For the lists of players and their youth clubs ...

Cal Poly
Kip Colvey, Asia Pacific Football Academy (New Zealand)
Wade Hamilton, Arsenal FC
Mamadou Kebe, Los Angeles Galaxy academy
Sean Dhillon, Los Angeles Galaxy academy
Ruben Duran, Las Vegas Premier
Jesse Ham, Real Colorado
Kody Wakasa, De Anza Force
John Chronopoulos, Santa Cruz Breakers

Luis Fuentes Mt. San Antonio transfer

College of Charleston
Luke Huggett, Cloud County CC transfer
Tam McGowan, Cloud County CC transfer
Ryan McLaughlin, Columbus Crew academy

George Kaloudis, North Meck SC Academy
Andrew Kenneson, Fusion FC
Shane Macnamara, Reston FC
Alec Rotunda, NC Fusion
Valeriy Sviderskiy, Richmond Strikers
CJ Tikvart, CASL Chelsea

Fabio Machado, Burlington County College transfer
Jameson Detweiler, SAC
Jared Girard, Campbell transfer

Ryan Coates, Blast FC
Vince DiPrimio,  Indiana United
Faik Hajderovic, St. Louis Scott Gallagher Metro
Mack Hasinger, St. Louis Scott Gallagher Metro
Nate Opperman,  Sporting Kansas City academy
Kyle Wilson, Evansville SC
Chris Duggan,  Queens Park Youth (Scotland)
Doug Ryan, Wake Forest transfer
John Lung’aho, N.C. State transfer
Bennett Yort, Charlotte Soccer Acad.

Brandon Allen, New York Red Bulls academy
Keegan Rosenberry, Penn Fusion Celtic
Cole Seiler, CESA
Melvin Snoh, FC Delco
Josh Turnley, Century United
David Witkoff, Columbus Crew academy

Georgia Southern
Eric Dinka, Solar Chelsea
Reed Norton, Concorde Fire
Chris Katt, Tuscola H.S.
Emmanuel Raji, Norcross Soccer Acad.
Aidan Reising, Georgia United

Loyola, Ill.
Tyler Cruikshank, West Des Moines SC
Tim Dobrowolski, Rock Run SC
Daniel Hare,  Sporting KC United
Marcus Floradaliso, Grove United
Ryan Howe, Rockford Raptors
Jens Undlin, Edina SC

Northern Illinois
Gabe Christianson, Eastern Iowa United
Kyle Crichton, Ajax FC Strikers (Canada)
Bertrand Gaschot, Lonestar SC
Kyle McDonald, Lonestar SC
Charlie Oliver, Chicago Fire academy
Matt Pritchard, Omaha FC
Miles Stockman-Willis, Minnesota Thunder Academy
Parker Thornton, Lonestar SC

Notre Dame
Patrick Hodan, FC Milwaukee
Connor Klekota, Colorado Crew academy
Danny Lojek, Chicago Fire Academy
Evan Panken, Minnesota Thunder Academy
Michael Shipp, Chicago Fire Juniors
Brian Talcott, Omaha FC

Saint Louis
Richie Hoffman, Loyola, Ill., transfer
Josh Kohring, SIU-Edwardsville transfer
Donte Brangman, Montverde Acad. (Bermuda)
Patrick Conroy, Lou Fusz Gold
Tyler David, Minnesota Thunder Academy
Isaac Fraley, Tulsa SC Hurricane
David Graydon, Montverde Acad. (Ireland)
Khalil Karl, Lonestar SC
Jair Minors, Montverde Acad. (Bermuda)
Dirk van der Velde, Turlock FC
Evan Wright, Sporting KC academy

Oregon State
Keenan dePinna, FC Portland
Mikhail Doholis, Eastside United FC
Jackson Groves, University of Adelaide (Australia)
Dycus Kelly, Colorado Arsenal
Tyler Patterson, Eugene Metro FC
Zachary Striar, Westside Metro FC

Chris Hill, NJSA 04
Brandon Jordi, North Meck FC
Parker Patterson, Annandale United FC
Mitch Reavis, Chicago Fire academy

San Francisco
Ryan Eppley, Philly SC
Liam Kelly, Creighton transfer

Bradley Bourgeois, Houston Dynamo academy
Bryce Follensbee, Florida Rush
Marcus Jordan, Real Colorado
Benjamin LaCourse, Tulsa SC
Cristian Mata, Tulsa SC
Mark Pais, Saint Louis transfer
Tarik Salkicic, Strictly Soccer

UC Davis
Eric Budniewski, San Diego Surf
Ryan Gross, Davis Legacy
Spencer Williams, Notts Forest FC
Anton Sealey, North Carolina transfer
Mason Miller, Solar Chelsea
Michael Russo, D.C. United academy
Romario Williams Cavaliers FC (Jamaica)

Wake Forest
Michael Gamble, Baltimore Bays Chelsea
Ricky Greensfelder, Baltimore Bays Chelsea
Andrew Harris, Baltimore Bays Chelsea
Jalen Robinson, D.C. United academy
Thomas Haws, Lonestar SC
Philip Parker, Texans SC Houston
Ryan Perry, Mockingbird SC

West Virginia
Haydon Bennett, Richmond Kickers academy
Zak Leedom, Columbus Crew academy
James Merriam, Potomac SC
Nick Raskasky, Seattle Sounders academy
Chris Spates, Richmond Kickers academy
Kyle Underwood, Fort Worth FC

Connor Bauknight, South Carolina United Battery
Stevin Bienfiat, Norcross Fury
Connor Copeland, Solar Chelsea
Connor Davis, Georgia United
Tanner DeFreietas, Carolina FC
Kevin Hady, Georgia United
Nestor Jaramillo, South Carolina United Battery
Joe Marshall, North Meck FC
Will Puckett, CESA

No comments yet.

Sign in to leave a comment. Don't have an account? Join Now



    Recent College Soccer Reporter
    Soccer America Women's Top 25    
    Stanford remained No. 1 in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 weekly rankings while Florida State ...
    Soccer America Men's Top 25    
    Maryland took over the top spot in the Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings. The Terrapins, ...
    Soccer America Women's Top 25    
    Stanford regained the top spot in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 weekly rankings following West ...
    N.C. State beats Carolina for second time in 48 games    
    Kia Rankin's goal in the 67th minute gave N.C. State a 1-0 win over North Carolina ...
    Arkansas ties record for best start in school history    
    Arkansas continues to impress with its second win over a top five at home this season. ...
    College Women: Hoyas slay another unbeaten powerhouse    
    A week after handing No. 3 Virginia its first loss of the season, Georgetown defeated previously ...
    Soccer America Men's Top 25    
    Syracuse, one of three unbeaten and untied teams through four weeks of the men's college season, ...
    College Men: ETSU stuns North Carolina in Chapel Hill    
    ETSU recorded the biggest win in school history when the Buccaneers defeated the top-ranked North Carolina, ...
    Virginia rallies from two goals down to tie Clemson    
    No. 14 Virginia had to settle for a 3-3 tie against No. 5 Clemson in Charlottesville, ...
    Louisville hands No. 2 Notre Dame first loss    
    No. 25 Louisville handed No. 2 Notre Dame its first loss of the season after six ...
    >> College Soccer Reporter Archives