Release: May 15, 2009
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men's soccer announces 2009 incoming class
of 2009 Incoming Class
VESTAL, N.Y.-- The Binghamton men's soccer team has announced
its 2009 incoming recruiting class. All 11 players will join
the program as freshmen this coming fall.
Locally, the Bearcats signed midfielder Tyler Bailey (Spencer,
N.Y.) and goalkeeper Chris Hayen (Oneonta, N.Y.).
From the Albany Region come midfielders Kyle Roney (Middleburg,
N.Y.) and Tommy Klim (Delmar, N.Y.).
Continuing their tradition of bringing in solid players from
overseas, Binghamton signed midfielders Chris Hobbs (Cleveland,
England) and Adam Whitehead (Lancashire, England) as well
as back Matthew Robertson (Aberdeznshire, Scotland).
Completing the incoming class are freshman midfield/forward Jake
Keegan (Stormville, N.Y.), freshman midfielders C.J. Scirto
(Lockport, N.Y.) and backs Adam Weinzimer (Dix Hills,
N.Y.) and Kevin Bunce (City, N.Y.)
"I see this group bringing
into our team a love and passion for the game," head coach
Paul Marco said. "They study the game and will fit in very
good with our program. They are all good students and will be
successful on and off the field."
Binghamton finished the 2008 season 12-6-3 and advanced to the
America East championship game for a conference-record sixth