Sign Them Up: CBC Men's Soccer Bringing in Recruits
PASCO, Wash. -- 15 high school seniors signed on the dotted line to play for CBC men's soccer team on Friday.
But, the new recruits will have to earn their spots. The team returns 15 to 18 players this fall. So, do the math. That's more than 30 players plus walk-ons for only 24 spots.
"Some guys probably dream of coming to play college soccer and they think maybe this community college isn't so serious, I'll go play there," said Hawks Head Coach Kyle Vierck. "But, we're here to win a championship."
"You need intensity and a fight that you need to be the best that you can in order to get that starting spot and that's what I absolutely love," said Hawk Signee Jordan Jones.