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Men's Recruiting Jan 22, 2019

Seton Hall men’s soccer program adds three transfers

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SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (Via Seton Hall) – Seton Hall men’s soccer head coach Andreas Lindberg has announced the addition of three mid-year transfers.

Vittorio Argeri, Ramez Bakhtari and Ferdinand Solberg will join the Pirates for the 2019 spring semester and will be eligible to compete for The Hall beginning in the 2019 fall season.

“We are excited to add three more experienced players to our squad. We think they will mesh well with what we have coming back and help us continue to improve in the BIG EAST,” said Lindberg.

Argeri is a 5’6 midfielder from Genoa, Italy who joins The Hall by way of LIU Post. In two seasons with the Pioneers, including 2017 under Lindberg, Argeri played in 29 matches and totaled nine goals and 14 assists. In 2018, the Italian led the East Coast Conference with nine assists and was a Second Team All-Conference and All-Region selection.

Bakhtari comes to South Orange from George Mason, where he played from 2017-18. In two seasons with the Patriots, the Clifton, Va. native made six appearances and fired a pair of shots. The 6’0 midfielder prepped at Centreville High School and was a two-year captain and an All-Conference, All-Region and All-Met selection.

Solberg spent two seasons at Florida Atlantic and was a 2017 Conference-USA All-Freshman team pick. The 5’11 native of Klepp, Norway logged over 1,100 minutes in each of the last two years and was a team captain as a sophomore.

The Pirates went 6-7-2 in 2018, Lindberg’s first season at the helm. The Hall returns four of its top six scorers for 2019 and begins its spring season in the coming weeks.