Harris And Richey Named Top 100 Freshmen
Another very talented group of newcomers will join the collegiate ranks in 2010. As in the past some will move right into a starting role while others will be in the unfamiliar scenario of being in a supporting role in 2010 for perhaps the first time in their soccer careers. Only a small percentage of those who play high school or club soccer have the opportunity to play collegiate soccer. CSN congratulates and salutes all the freshmen who will be joining the collegiate ranks in 2010. We know that we have likely left off some newcomers who will end up making a huge impact. It happens every year. That is not the point. The point is to display the talent level of the entering class. CSN's annual list of "100 Freshmen to Keep an Eye On" can be seen in its entirety here: http://www.collegesoccernews.com/index_files/Page442.htm.
The Huskies had two freshmen make the list, in Michael Harris and Spencer Richey.
Harris is a defender out of Shoreline, Wash., and Shorecrest High School. He started in both of the Huskies' scrimmages in the preseason and definitely showed that he is going to be a force to be reckoned with this season up and down the right side of the field. In high school, he was named the 3A State Player of the Year and the Washington Gatorade Player of the Year.
Richey is a goalkeeper out of Bradenton Prep Academy in Seattle, Wash. He played the second half in the scrimmage vs. Simon Fraser two weeks ago and earned the start vs. Seattle Pacific. He was one of 20 players to be named to the National Team Pool and played with the U.S> U-17 National Team.
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