Seattle University men’s soccer announces group of 11 newcomers
SEATTLE – Seattle University men’s soccer has announced the addition of 11 newcomers for the incoming class of 2020. Coach Pete Fewing will add this group to the returners from the 2019 WAC champions.
Fewing enters his 26th season at SU. He has guided the Redhawks to four NCAA Tournament appearances since 2013, including four WAC Tournament titles and three WAC regular-season crowns.
Yoann Assoumin will be a junior after transferring from St. Francis (NY) College. The 6-0 defender from Marseille, France was a two-year starter and a 2019 All-NEC First Team choice.
Grant Balcer is a goalkeeper from Hudsonville, Mich. A 6-1 freshman, Grant was a 3 time All State Goalkeeper and helped lead his high school team to the state championship title in 2018. Grant was also a three-sport athlete in high school, playing soccer, basketball and football.
David Ray Campoy will be a junior after transferring from Kansas City. The 6-0 midfielder is from Barcelona, Spain. In 2019, he earned Honorable Mention All-WAC honors after scoring three goals. Campoy started in 34 games over the past two years with Kansas City.
Sterling Eaglin is a 5-8 defender from Spokane. He has played at Ferris High School. Sterling has played for the successful Crossfire DA club the last 3 years. In 2018, he was a starter on the U-19 team which advanced to the quarterfinals.
Peter Kingston is a native of Kirkland, Wash. The 5-10 midfielder has been a mainstay in the Sounders Academy midfield the last 3 years. Participating in the DA playoffs in past 3 years. He was a starting central midfielder for the U-17 team which won the USSDA national championship in 2018.
Abdel Kuku is a junior transfer from Eastern Florida State College where he was the team captain and a two-year starter. Kuku is 6-3 midfielder out of Western Sydney, Australia and was named to the 2019 NJCAA First Team All-American team as well as receiving the Region 8 Player of the Year award.
Brad Kurtz is a graduate transfer from South Carolina. The 5-9 defender made 13 starts for the Gamecocks in 2019. He spent the two years before that at the University of Virginia.
Brady Minor is a Seattle native. The 6-2 midfielder has been part of the Sounders Academy. Brady attended Bishop Blanchet High School.
Munier Hussen is a Federal Way native. The 6-0 midfielder has been an integral part of the Crossfire Academy teams helping them to the DA quarterfinals in 2018.
Edson Murguia is 5-7 freshman midfielder from Kansas City, Missouri. Murguia played in the USSDA with the Chicago Fire and spent time with Pumas.
Habib Barry is a 6-4 midfielder/forward from Tukwila, Wash. He was part of the 2017 SU team that made it to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, scoring in SU’s win at Washington. Barry was named to the WAC All-Freshman team in 2017.
In 2019, Seattle U closed the season on a 16-game unbeaten streak, marking the longest active streak in Division I entering the 2020 campaign. It went unbeaten in WAC play before winning the conference tournament. The Redhawks then won, 3-1, at Loyola Marymount in the first round of the NCAA Tournament before they played to a 1-1 tie at Stanford that saw the Cardinal advance on penalty kicks.