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2018 Men's Soccer Preview from Coach Trammell

2018 Men's Soccer Preview from Coach Trammell

The Hawks men's soccer class for 2018 is highlighted by the following incoming recruits:

Jason Medrano, midfielder from Magruder high school (Montgomery Co., MD).

 

Jason is a versatile midfielder that we envision contributing all across our midfield, and providing help both offensively and defensively. His high school team finished 11-3-1 this year. Jason added 3 goals and 3 assists.

 

Ryan Wagner, defender/midfielder from Smithsburg high school.

 

Ryan is a smart player that sees the game well, and can win the ball for us effectively. We love the versatility that Ryan brings to us as he can fill one of the openings on our back line, or find himself in the midfield for us come this fall. He was selected to the Washington County Coaches 1st team during his senior season at Smithsburg. He scored 5 goals and 5 assists this past season.

 

Trevor Knode, forward from Williamsport High School.

 

Trevor has a great combination of work ethic, size and speed that we are excited to bring into our team. He scored 9 goals and added 3 assists this past fall for the Wildcats to help them to a 9-5-3 record. Trevor was a second team central Maryland conference selection, a second team Washington county coaches selection, a second team Herald Mail selection, and was recognized as the MaxPreps Maryland player of the week for Oct. 23-29th 2017. 

 

Logan Woodruff, forward from Tuscarora High School (Frederick, MD).

 

Logan is a talented forward that is very technical and can finish chances. He also has great vision when on the ball, and moves well off of it as well. He’s another guy that has a high work ethic.

 

I’m excited for this group as a whole as it is a group of hardworking kids that are passionate about the game, but also provide a strong technical base level. Blending that with our returners is always fun! With us being tight on numbers this past fall all of or returners have a good bit of experience.