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Thursday, June 07, 2007

MU men's soccer recruiting /from and full story available at the MU web site

Not tht I professs to be a soccer guru...but just off the top of my head this class looks rather impressive to me.

Anyone out there know much about these kids..including and aside from the All Americas???

How do you think MU men's soccer fares this fall???


MU MEN’S SOCCER ANNOUNCES 2007 RECRUITING CLASS

Hawks add two NSCAA All-Americans, including the Connecticut State Player of the Year


WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. - Monmouth University men's soccer head coach Rob McCourt announced the addition of six student-athletes who will compete for the Blue and White starting this fall. The class, which includes two NSCAA All-Americans, features five from the state of New Jersey and the 2006 Connecticut State Player of the Year. The Class of 2011 will join 16 returning letterwinners from a squad that won the NEC championship and advanced to the NCAA Regionals last season.Signing national letters of intent to play with Monmouth are Chase Barbiere (Hillsborough, N.J./Hillsborough), Bryan Davis (Glen Gardner, N.J./Voorhees), Tony Dominguez (Harrison, N.J./Harrison), Ryan Kinne (Naugatuck, Conn./Naugatuck), Bryan Meredith (Scotch Plains, N.J./Scotch Plains), and Drew Von Bargen (Medford, N.J./Shawnee).

2 Comments:

Anonymous Hit a Free Throw said...

This is a very impressive recruiting class. If you were comparing it to a hoops class it would be the equivilant of getting a group of blue chippers. With all of the current talent coming back and this talented group of new kids, there is no reason why we should not repeat as conference champs and keep the conference/home winning streak going next year.
Rob is a unbelievable coach/teacher and and the kids totally believe in him. He gained instant respect with a group of kids that he didn't even recruit, most of them were left overs from Shannon Posers days at the helm. He basically took Shannon's team and turned them in to winners. He made the believe that they could win.
MU soccer is going to be nationally ranked next year in the top 25 somewhere in the middle of the pack. Mark my words Tony, write it down!

12:50 PM, June 09, 2007  
Blogger Tony Graham said...

Re men's soccer: Should be intruiging to see if or where MU is ranked nationally. It first made a national splash two years ago when it tied then nationally ranked Virginia, 2-2

Wonder how MU did in its spring games?

MUs 2007 schedule is on the web site and it's loaded with high-powered opponents.

7:36 PM, June 09, 2007  

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