Georgetown brings in the top-ranked men’s soccer Class of 2024
The Class of 2024 is the No. 1 ranked class in the nation by Top Drawer Soccer as the Hoyas continue to bring in some of the best talent in the country.
“We are losing eight seniors from this year’s team that have been hugely influential on our program and we feel that this incoming group can continue to carry that flag,” said Wiese. “This group represents all four regions of the country and has some special talent in it. We’ll look forward to seeing how they grow as players on the field and people off of it, and how they grow the culture of Georgetown soccer. It’s an exciting time to be on the Hilltop.”
See below for a look at each member of the Hoyas’ signing class.
5-7 / 147
Allen, Texas. / Allen / Solar Soccer Club Academy
- A four-year starter with the Solar Soccer Club Academy … Team appeared in the 2022 Generation Adidas Cup Round of 16, and was also in the MLS Next Cup from 2020-22 … Ranked as a four-star player ranked 86th in the class by TopDrawerSoccer.com … An AP Scholar and member of the honor roll.
5-9 / 137
Lititz, Pa. / Manheim Township / PA Classics
- Selected as a 2022 United Soccer Coaches All-American … A four-year starter on his club teams, playing with the Philadelphia Union Academy (2020-22) and PA Classics (2022-24) … The Union were 2021 MLS Next Cup Runners-Up … Had 22 goals and 33 assists with PA Classics … Ranked as the 45th player in the class by TopDrawerSoccer.com … A four-year member of the honor roll and a part of the Model UN.
6-4 / 180
New York, N.Y. / Fordham Prep / BW Gottschee
- Selected to U-19 United States National Team attending three camps in Los Angeles, Miami, and Argentina and making his international debut against Argentina in 2023 … Also a member of Venezuela’s U-23 Men’s National Team playing in the Maurice Revello Tournament in France and representing Venezuela in matches against Qatar, France, Costa Rica, and Saudi Arabia … Appeared in a pair of MLS Next All-Star Games as the starter in both 2022 and 2023 earning player of distinction in 2023 … Ranked 53rd in the class by TopDrawerSoccer.com … A member of the honor roll and also co-founded No Siblings Left Behind … Also participates in ¡Presente! Club, Environmental Club, Aviation Club and Business Club … Father, Chris, went to Georgetown and was a member of the baseball team graduating in 1984.
5-11 / 170
Simi Valley, Calif. / Monte Vista / LAFC Academy
- A four-year starter with the LAFC Academy and named LAFC Player of the Month in July of 2023 … Team won multiple league championships in the Southwest Division … Also plays with LAFC’s second team … Had a call up to the Guatemalan U-17 and U-20 national teams as well as the United States U-17 National Team … Ranked as the 74th player in the class by TopDrawerSoccer.com.
5-10 / 165
Longwood, Fla. / Lake Mary / Florida Kraze Krush
- A four-year starter and two-year captain with his club teams Orlando City Academy and Florida Kraze Krush … Named to the 2022-23 ECNL Boys U-17 All-American Team while also earning ECNL Boys U-17 Florida Conference Player of the Year, a spot on the ECNL Boys U-17 Florida All-Conference First Team and an invitation to the ECNL Conference Cup … Club team won the Florida conference in both 2022 and 2023 … A two-year starter and senior captain with Lake Mary earning all-area and all-conference as a junior … His high school team won their district in 2022-23 as he scored 16 goals with 14 assists … Trained with the USYNT occasionally from 2018-21 … A member of the National Honor Society, the Science Honor Society and the honor roll … Participates in Peer Connectors and the Give a Smile Club.
6-2 / 180
Ann Arbor, Mich. / Pioneer / Houston Dynamo/Michigan Wolves
- Appeared in the MLS Next All-Star Game in both 2021 and 2023 … Ranked 61st in the class nationally by TopDrawerSoccer.com … Made his professional debut in 2023 with the Houston Dynamo 2 and has also trained with the first team on many occasions … Has logged 1,258 minutes played with 14 starts and one goal with the Dynamo’s second team … Appeared in the Generation adidas Cup with the Houston Dynamo Academy advancing to the quarterfinals, and also played in the MLS Next Pro Playoffs with the second team … Parents Brian and Justina were both student-athletes at Michigan on the cross country and rowing teams, respectively.
5-11 / 135
New Rochelle, N.Y. / New Rochelle / FC Westchester
- A four-year starter and three-year captain with his club teams FC Westchester and New York City FC … A member of the high honor roll.