New Signings for 2010

It's a long time coming, but we should finally mention a bit more about our newest signings. They've clearly been contributing since half of our 8 goals have been scored by new guys.

Owusu Agyeman doubles our Ghanaian contingency and offers some real creativity for our attack. We picked this guy up over at MIT where he studies Mechanical Engineering. He's nearly impossible to knock off the ball and his perfectly weighted through passes have already set up a number of chances.

Next up would be our big man at the back, Dave Doucette is our newest netminder. This accomplished goalkeeper comes to us from years of playing indoor after being a keeper for UMass Amherst. Our defense has been pretty solid, however Dave has made some spectacular saves and makes us very glad we've got him on our team.

Darren finally convinced his overly busy friend to join us for this season. Andrew Macurdy occasionally takes breaks from the Harvard Law Review to play in our games. This tall center mid helps hold up the ball and distribute pinpoint passes with his great vision. We wish him well with his internship and can't wait to have him back for the Fall.

The next group of guys all found us by way of our website [I guess it's good for something.]

The first time Adam Palencia played with us was in a preseason friendly; he claimed to be rusty and out of shape but we could see there was real quality there. A great strike partner up top with Joe, Adam has also been doing a formidable job as an attacking center mid. He has created a significant number of chances and is a real threat inside the box.

Ian Pasek started coming to practices and showing us why we want him on the team. He's a strong defender and a competent striker. One of his greatest assets is his engine, the guy hustles around all over the place; it's great to have these kinds of guys on the team.

Our final offseason pickup, Andy Vesper, noticed our team after spending some time as a referee for BSSL; he decided he didn't want to waste his youth running just on the sideline. So, after one preseason game we knew he'd be a strong contributor, and already with a goal and MOTM award it's clear that we were right.

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