National Signing Day has come and gone, and the Michigan State men’s soccer program has added eight players to their roster for the 2015 Fall season.
Out of the eight players from the 2015 recruiting class, five are from the state of Michigan, while the other three are from Illinois, Indiana and Missouri.
The Spartans lost seven players after the 2014 season, which include key players such as: center back, Ryan Keener, midfielders, Fatai Alashe and Jay Chapman and forwards, Tim Kreutz and Adam Montague.
Head coach Damon Rensing calls in to discuss the 2015 recruiting class and how each player will help the team next fall.
2015 Recruiting Class
Hunter Barone (Forward, Grandville, Mich./East Kentwood High School)
Connor Corrigan (Defender, Indianapolis, Ind./Hamilton Southeastern)
Robbie Cort (Midfielder, Bloomfield Hills, Mich./Birmingham Brother Rice)
DeJuan Jones (Forward, East Lansing, Mich./East Lansing High School)
Kaden Keller (Defender, St. Louis, Mo./The Principia Upper School)
Zach Kovan (Goal Keeper, Okemos, Mich./Okemos High School)
Luke Menne (Midfielder, Grand Ledge, Mich./Grand Ledge High School)
Ryan Sierakowski (Forward, McHenry, Ill./McHenry West High School)
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