Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
0 Collin Ennis GK Jr.
2 Darrell Riddle D So.
3 Nathan Hakimpour MF Jr.
4 Chandler Costello MF Sr.
6 Colton Matthews D Jr.
7 Clark Chapman D Sr.
8 Brandon Quinn D Sr.
9 Nick Jacobs MF Jr.
10 Tyler Schoettle MF Jr.
11 Shane Curtis D Sr.
12 Tyler Nelson D Sr.
13 Liam Lovell MF Jr.
14 Opare Asihene MF Sr.
15 Ryan Powell F Sr.
16 Steven Corado F So.
17 Adriel Domfeh F Jr.
18 Connor Tait D Jr.
19 Luke Boyce D Sr.
20 Jordan Luong D Jr.
20 Drew Estep MF Jr.
22 Fidel Vilche D Jr.
00 Jack Lynam GK Jr.
30 Chase Pagon GK Jr.
25 Michael Barbuti GK Jr.
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