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02.03.12
Hagerstown C.C. Soccer Lands Three County Players
Hagerstown, Md. - The Hagerstown Community College men's soccer team announces the commitments of three Washington County athletes, for the 2012 season. 

Osman Ramizov, a midfielder for the Hubs earned First Team All-County, First Team All-County Coaches, and First Team All-MVAL Antietam awards, while guiding North to an 11-5-1 record this season. He netted four goals and added six assists, for 14 points. He was also a member of the All-County All-Star team. In 2010, Ramizov received Honorable Mention All-County and Honorable Mention All-MVAL Antietam awards. “Osman has tremendous vision and his ability to shoot the ball from distance will make him an immediate impact into our lineup,” stated head coach Brian Eichelberger.

Jazer Mauricio, a midfielder for the Hubs, recorded 10 points this season from three goals and four assists. He helped North claim third place in the eight team Antietam Conference. In 2010, Mauricio attended South Hagerstown, where he dished out six assists and netted one goal. Mauricio has also been a member of AS Roma and Chelsea FC youth clubs, while living in California and Texas. He has played for FC Locomotive and Hagerstown Revolution while living in Washington County. “Jazer is a technically-gifted athlete that will be versatile in various positions on the field,” mentioned Eichelberger.

Aaron Rodgers, team captain and sweeper for the Rebels, earned Second Team All-County, Second Team All-County Coaches, and Honorable Mention All-MVAL Antietam awards in 2011. Rodgers was also selected to the All-County All-Star Game. In 2010, Rodgers was named to the Second Team All-County and Second Team All-MVAL Antietam teams. He is a member of Hagerstown Revolution. “Due to graduation, we lost two of our starting backs, so Aaron is in a great position to come in and compete right away for starting time,” noted Eichelberger.

Ramizov, Mauricio, and Rodgers join previously committed athletes, Clayton Stottlemyer and Bobby Matusek.