Detroit City FC today announced seven new additions to its 2017 roster.
Le Rouge welcomes Dalton Amez (Northwood), Zach Bock (Western Michigan), Stephen Carroll (Davenport), Mauricio Castorino (Fort Hays State), Kyle Coffee (Washington), Aaron Franco (Maryland) and Spencer Glass (Indiana) for the upcoming summer season.
The new players are joined by at least 13 returning veterans, which the club announced last week.
At forward: City adds Mauricio Castorino and Kyle Coffee to its forward corps. Castorino, a junior at Fort Hays, hails from Asuncion, Paraguay. He was named the MIAA Player of the Year in 2015, and finished the 2016 season with five goals and 11 assists. Coffee, a redshirt junior at Washington, featured in all 19 games for the Huskies in 2016, finishing the season with three goals and two assists.
At midfield: Le Rouge welcomes Dalton Amez and Aaron Franco to its midfield. Amez, a senior at Northwood University, played for Michigan Stars FC in 2016. Franco, a sophomore at University of Maryland, featured in three matches for the Terps in 2016.
At defense: City adds Zach Bock, Stephen Carroll and Spencer Glass to its defensive group. Bock, a senior centerback for Western Michigan, was named a First-Team All-Mid-American Conference selection, as well as Academic All-MAC and MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete, in 2016. Bock played and started in all 19 games and helped anchor the Bronco defense at center back as WMU posted six shutouts. Carroll, a sophomore at Davenport from Cork, Ireland, featured in 25 matches for the Panthers. Glass is a redshirt freshman left back at Indiana University.
DCFC will announce further roster additions in the coming days.
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