Herd soccer adding 7 including keeper from Point Pleasant
HUNTINGTON — Marshall University men's soccer coach Bob Gray added seven student-athletes to the squad for the 2013 season.
Point Pleasant High School goalkeeper Brady Reymond is one of the recruits.
Reymond was a two-time Class AA West Virginia goalkeeper of the year. He received Class AAA all-state second team recognition in 2012 after making the Class AA all-state first team in 2011 and 2010.
He averaged 10.1 saves per game with an 0.9 goals-against average in high school.
His West Virginia Soccer Club Wizards club team won two state cup championships.
Marshall's other recruits are:
Connor Allen, midfielder, Naperville, Ill.
James Campbell, defender, Greenville, S.C.
Curt Gallagher, forward, Rawtenstall, England.
Ben Holt, midfielder, Knoxville, Tenn.
Daniel Jodah, midfielder, Mississauga, Ontario.
Eric Lavery, midfielder, Harrisburg, Pa.
HUNTINGTON -- Marshall will face No. 38 VCU at 11 a.m., Sunday, outside on the Brian David Fox Tennis Center. If the weather forecast is unfavorable the match will be moved indoors at the Huntington Tennis Club adjacent to the Huntington Mall.
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