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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Friday, Feb. 5, 2010
[WASHINGTON MEN] Spencer Richey, a backup goalie on the U.S. team that played at the 2009 Under-17 World Cup in Nigeria, has enrolled at Washington for the winter quarter. The Crossfire Premier product heads the Huskies' recruiting class that UW coach Dean Wurzberger called one of his best recruiting classes ... Read the whole story
[NEW MEXICO MEN] New Mexico men's program has added four area players in Carson Baldinger, Javier Gomez, Riley McGovern and San Diego State transfer Devon Sandoval. Read the whole story
[WEST VIRGINIA MEN] Julio Arjona, who spent three semesters in residency with the U.S. under-17 national team, has enrolled at West Virginia, where he joins former high school and club teammate Peabo Doue. Read the whole story
[EVANSVILLE MEN] Former U.S. U.S. under-17 resident Joel Nash heads the 2010 Evansville men's recruiting class. Read the whole story
[KENTUCKY MEN] Kentucky landed the top prospect in the Blue Grass State when forward Tyler Riggs out of Louisville signed a letter of intent with the Wildcats. Read the whole story
[CALIFORNIA MEN] Torey McGaw, a 2008-09 Development Academy all-conference pick with Mustang Soccer Club, heads a group of five freshmen whom California signed to national letters of intent. The Cal recruiting class is completed by JC transfer Michael Shaddock. Read the whole story
[MEN'S RECRUITING] Bowling Green, Loyola (Md.), UC Davis and Valparaiso announced their incoming men's classes ... Read the whole story
[MERCER COUNTY MEN] Charlie Inverso, who built New Jersey's Mercer County Community College into a JC national powerhouse, has resigned after 24 years as head coach. Read the whole story



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