Thomas Johnson Senior, Kevin McGuire, commits to Hagerstown C.C.
Hagerstown, Md. - Thomas Johnson High School Senior, Kevin McGuire, has recently announced his commitment to the Hagerstown Community College men's soccer team.
McGuire, who played in Seoul, South Korea for his first three years in high school, transferred to the States for his senior year. While at TJ, the Patriots finished 6-9-1 and advanced to the Sectional Semifinals. He tallied seven goals and added four assists for 18 points. While in South Korea, his team finished second in the conference and took home first place in the KAIAC Tournament and were champions at the Far East Tournament in Japan. He recorded 31 goals and 35 assists for 97 points during his freshman to junior seasons.
For club, McGuire played in sunday leagues while in South Korea and his team won the league and he was second in scoring.
"I chose HCC because I concluded that it will be a fun and exciting time while it will also help me reach the next level in my game," mentioned McGuire.
At HCC, McGuire joins Frederick area recruits, AB Zelaya and Andres Florez-Rico. New York recruit, Ibrahim Doumbia and Delaware senior Jordi Velasquez pair up with Tico Witer from Pennsylvania to round out the out of state commitments. Dominique De Oliveria joins Washington County player, Nick Shirey while Walter Saenz is from Anne Arundel County. Montgomery County players, Santiago Alzate, DJ Mamo, Eduardo Araujo and Jeison Caballero complete the recruiting 2017 class.
"Kevin brings international experience like no other," quoted head coach Brandon Rethemeyer. "It was a pleasure meeting him and his family throughout the recruiting process and we are thrilled he settled down at HCC. We look forward to using his talents this season."