High-SchoolBoys-Soccer: Penn men's soccer

Penn picks up high-scoring Academy player

May, 22, 2012
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Alec Neumann, a Class of 2013 prospect from New Hope, Pa., has verbally committed to the University of Pennsylvania, according to his family.

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Penn confirms seven new players for 2012

February, 29, 2012
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Penn announced on Wednesday the addition of seven players for the fall college season. The new recruits are Aaron Chen, Forrest Clancy, Sam Engs, Henry Gager, Griffin Heffner, Alex Murphy and James Rushton.

Penn Fusion midfielder picks UPenn

November, 10, 2011
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RELATED LINKS: ESPNHS Recruiting Central | Class of 2012 Division I Commitments

Alex Murphy, a Class of 2012 midfielder prospect from Wallingford, Pa., confirmed Thursday morning that he has committed to the University of Pennsylvania.

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UPenn lands defender from New York

October, 19, 2011
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RELATED LINKS: ESPNHS Recruiting Central | Class of 2012 Division I Commitments

Henry Gager, a Class of 2012 defender prospect from Rye, N.Y., has verbally committed to UPenn, according to his family.

Gager plays club soccer for Guilderland United FC Dutchmen U-18s and high school soccer at Rye (Rye, N.Y.).

Gager is the second confirmed commitment to UPenn, joining James Rushton.

Other Schools Considered: Colgate, Yale.

Why UPenn?: "UPenn was so attractive due to both its location and level of soccer. I had originally attended a camp at UPenn in April of 2011, and had loved it ever since. Philadelphia is a great city, the campus was fantastic and it was certainly hard to deny a team that is consistently one of Top 25 programs in the nation."

What did you learn about the recruiting process?: "The recruiting process was nothing that I had expected. It seems to me the only way to truly get selected is to attend a school's camp. Still, it is extremely hard to show well, even at the camps. Getting recruited took a lot of dedication and time, especially when it came to keeping in touch with the coaches and performing well at all times."

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