FC Wisconsin Leads State with 26 College Commitments

Germantown, WI, May 19, 2016, – FC Wisconsin Nationals is proud to announce the latest graduating seniors that have now made commitments to play college soccer for the fall of 2016. The club collectively has 26 players that have committed to 15 different Institutions, from NCAA Divisions I, II, III, as well as NAIA Programs across 13 different conferences and 5 different states.

This marks the largest graduating class of FC Wisconsin seniors to commit to play at the collegiate level in the Clubs history. 

 

For Immediate Release

May 19th, 2016

 

FC Wisconsin Leads State with 26 College Commitments

 

 

Germantown, WI, May 18, 2016, – FC Wisconsin Nationals is proud to announce the latest graduating seniors that have now made commitments to play college soccer for the fall of 2016. The club collectively has 26 players that have committed to 15 different Institutions, from NCAA Divisions I, II, III, as well as NAIA Programs across 13 different conferences and 5 different states.

This marks the largest graduating class of FC Wisconsin seniors to commit to play at the collegiate level in the Clubs history.  

 

With 10 players from the 2016 class committed to NCAA Division I programs, this is the largest number of players that the Club has committed in one year to play at this level. This also represents the 5th year in a row that the Club has led the state, by some distance, in the number of players that it continues to develop to play within the college ranks.

 

“We are proud of each and every one of these players.  The hard work, dedication and commitment that they have shown has been rewarded with the opportunity to compete at the collegiate level.  As a club we pride ourselves on providing a pathway for committed players to play at the next level, and we are extremely excited to see the success that these players will have in the future,” commented Co-Director of Coaching Ben Shepherd. 

 

“To have 26 players committed to play at the next level is a great achievement by the club, the players, their families and our staff who all put so much work into making this possible. It is a testament to our long-term player development model that as a club we consistently produce players that are capable to play at the collegiate level. We look forward to seeing them continue to be successful within the College ranks, ” said Co-Director of Coaching Billy Solberg.

 

 

 

 

 

 

FC Wisconsin Nationals Class of 2016:

 

 

Ryan Berger

  • School: University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
  • Division: NCAA I
  • Conference: Horizon League

 

 

 

Brett Bocciardi

  • School: Carthage College
  • Division: NCAA III
  • Conference: College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW)

 

 

 

Blake Carr

  • School: University of Wisconsin
  • Division: NCAA I
  • Conference: Big Ten

 

 

Michael Carreon

  • School: University of Wisconsin – Green Bay
  • Division: NCAA I
  • Conference: Horizon League

 

 

Stephan Clemens

  • School: University of Wisconsin
  • Division: NCAA I
  • Conference: Big Ten

 

 

Dylan Commodore

  • School: University of Wisconsin – Parkside
  • Division: NCAA II
  • Conference: Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC)

 

 

Cade Dombrowski

  • School: Marquette University
  • Division: NCAA I
  • Conference: Big East

 

 

Adair Guevara

  • School: Carthage College
  • Division: NCAA III
  • Conference: College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW)

 

 

Levi Haight

  • School: Cedarville University  (OH)
  • Division: NCAA II
  • Conference: Great Midwest Athletic Conference (GMAC)

 

 

Eric Hansen

  • School: Carleton College (MN)
  • Division: NCAA III
  • Conference: Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC)

 

 

Ryan Hansen

  • School: St. Norbet College
  • Division: NCAA III
  • Conference: Midwest Conference

 

 

Burim Huseini

  • School: University of Wisconsin – Parkside
  • Division: NCAA II
  • Conference: Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC)

 

 

JT Koch

  • School: Gannon University (PA)
  • Division: NCAA II
  • Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC)

 

 

Stevi Krecak

  • School: University of Wisconsin – Parkside
  • Division: NCAA II
  • Conference: Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC)

 

 

Luke McVeigh

  • School: Cardinal Stritch University
  • Division: NAIA
  • Conference: Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC)

 

 

Robleh Omar

  • School: University of Wiscosnin – Green Bay
  • Division: NCAA I
  • Conference: Horizon League

 

 

Jordan Palmer

  • School: Marquette University
  • Division: NCAA I
  • Conference: Big East

 

 

Noah Prokash

  • School: University of Wisconsin – Parkside
  • Division: NCAA II
  • Conference: Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC)

 

 

Stefan Rokvic

  • School: Wright State University
  • Division: NCAA I
  • Conference: Horizon League

 

 

MJ Ruhland

  • School: Eastern Illinois University
  • Division: NCAA I
  • Conference: Summit League

 

 

Will Seehawer

  • School: University of Wisconsin - Platteville
  • Division: NCAA III
  • Conference: Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC)

 

 

Will Springer

  • School: Cardinal Stritch University
  • Division: NAIA
  • Conference: Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC)

 

 

Alex Sykes

  • School: University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
  • Division: NCAA I
  • Conference: Horizon League

 

 

Jorge Triana

  • School: Carthage College
  • Division: NCAA III
  • Conference: College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW)

 

 

Leo Villa

  • School: University of Wisconsin – Parkside
  • Division: NCAA II
  • Conference: Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC)

 

 

Nathan Weiss

  • School: Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE)
  • Division: NCAA III
  • Conference: Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference