TC soccer inks three players

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The Tabor College men’s soccer program has signed three student-athletes, according to head coach Herb Wiebe.

Andy Adrian of Buhler, Dallas Pruitt of McPherson and R. Casey McCoy of Wichita have all signed letters of intent for the 2006-07 season.

Adrian, a 6-foot-4 forward from Elyria Christian High School, has been named first team all-state and first team All Southwest Region among Christian high schools. As a senior, he scored 13 goals with 10 assists.

“Andy will help us a lot next year,” said Wiebe. “He can play several positions due to his excellent combination of athleticism and skill. I really feel blessed to have him join our team.”

Pruitt, a 5-9 senior at Elyria, scored 22 goals and had five assists in 2005. He has been named first team all-state, first team All Southwest Region and second team All Southwest Region.

“Dallas is a great addition to the team,” Wiebe said. “He brings much needed toughness to our program, as well as a quality skill level. He will make an immediate impact on our program as a midfielder and defender.”

McCoy, a 5-10 forward and midfielder, was the leading scorer at Goddard High School with a record 14 career goals, seven of which were scored in the 2005 season. Hereceived first team all-league honors twice and was part of the state champion team in 2002.

“I am very excited about adding Casey to the roster,” Wiebe said. “He will fit in well with the team. His vision and ability to score will have an immediate impact on our program.”

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