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Congratulations to zip recruit Jackson Herbert for being named first team All Ohio in Division 1.

 

https://www.beaconjournal.com/story/sports/high-school/soccer/2022/11/14/emma-stransky-copely-ohio-ms-soccer-olivia-sipsock-medina-division-i-player-year/69637918007/

 

 

Wadsworth's Jackson Herbert, Copley's Colin Link and Hudson's Tyler Travis were first-team All-Ohio in Division I.

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Columbus Crew forward Josh Bartels will attend Akron in fall 2023

 

https://www.topdrawersoccer.com/article/?categoryId=26&articleId=51535&articleTitle=commitments:-a-crew-forward-chooses

 

“I decided to commit to Akron because of the environment surrounding the great style of play, from the way the team bonded, to the quality of play on the field,” Bartels told TopDrawersoccer. “It felt like somewhere I wanted to truly be.”

 

“I specifically liked the traditions that the team held, the goals they set for themselves, the pre-game talks,” he said. “It was all for the better of the group rather than the individual.”

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https://www.topdrawersoccer.com/club-soccer-articles/boys-club-standouts:-november-19-20_aid51557

 

Columbus Crew SC 05/04 MLS NEXT – Caleb Borneo scored two goals and Joshua Bartels added another in a 3-2 win over Minnesota United.

 

FC Cincinnati 05/04 MLS NEXT – Alen Kapic and Ryder Mills scored two goals each as FC Cincinnati defeated Michigan Wolves by a 4-3 score. Ryan Hannosh bagged a brace for Wolves.

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Zips are #4 in Top Drawer recruiting rankings

fellow new league member Georgetown is #3

 

https://www.topdrawersoccer.com/article/?categoryId=26&articleId=51562&articleTitle=2023-mens-di-recruiting-rankings:-nov

 

3. Georgetown* (7)

Commitments: M Mateo Ponce Ocampo (FC Westchester – No. 36), D Oliver Stafford (NYCFC – No. 81), M Eric Howard (Crossfire Premier – No. 122), M Matthew Van Horn (Shattuck St. Mary’s – No. 141), M John Heaps (Alabama FC), M Matthew Helfrich (Bethesda SC)

Six players were confirmed via a Twitter announcement. Georgetown only loses one starter from this fall’s squad, setting them up for a strong platform for 2023.

 

4. Akron (5)

Commitments: M Caleb Borneo (Crew SC Academy – No. 14), D Joshua Hardin (Colorado Rapids – No. 68), F Nathan Ferguson (St. Louis City SC – No. 184), M Joshua Bartels (Crew SC Academy), M Matthew Dreas (FC Cincinnati), M Jackson Herbert (North FC), F Alen Kapic (FC Cincinnati), M Ryan Kopay (Beadling SC)

Akron’s secured commitments from some of the top talent from domestic ranks. Getting Borneo on campus will be critical, as he’s emerged as a high level prospect for the Crew.

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