Detroit City FC today announced a fresh group of roster additions for its upcoming season.
Le Rouge welcomes Roderic Green (Saginaw Valley State), Luke Hauswirth (Washington), Owain Hoskins (St. Edward's), Shawn Lawson (Oakland), Colin Miller (Providence), Tyrone Mondi (Northwestern Ohio), Derrick Otim (Xavier), Adam Spinks (University of the District of Columbia) and Max Todd (University of Illinois at Chicago) to its 2017 roster.
At forward: City adds Roderic Green, Shawn Lawson, Derrick Otim and Max Todd to its attack. Green is a freshman at SVSU, where he featured in 17 matches and tallied seven goals and two assists in 2016. Lawson returns to City after featuring in 19 matches for Le Rouge in 2013 and 2014, when he recorded four goals, including the 2014 NPSL Goal of the Year. In his freshman year at Xavier in 2016, Otim recorded three goals and two assists in 19 matches played. Todd, a Edinburgh, Scotland native, is a sophomore at UIC. An All-Horizon League First Team selection in 2016, Todd led the offensive attack of UIC by placing in the top three in the Horizon League in goals (8) and assists (9).
At midfield: Le Rouge welcomes Luke Hauswirth and Tyrone Mondi to its midfield. Hauswirth, a redshirt junior center mid at Washington, featured in 20 matches for the Huskies in 2016. Mondi hails from Bloemfontein, South Africa and is a freshman at University of Northwestern Ohio.
At defense: City adds Owain Hoskins and Adam Spinks to its defensive corps. Hoskins, a native of Southampton, England, is a junior center back at St. Edward's University. In 2016, Hoskins recorded 18 starts for St. Edward's. Spinks is a defender for Europa Point FC of the Gibraltar Premier Division.
At goalkeeper: Providence goalkeeper Colin Miller will be added to City's goalkeeping roster in 2017. Miller enjoyed a standout sophomore year with the Friars in 2016, featuring in 16 matches and posting eight shutouts with a 14-2-0 overall record.
With the 2017 roster set and the season growing closer, you won't want to miss any of the action. Season tickets are still available here.