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M. Soccer Adds Two More to Impressive 2014 Class

The Aztecs added two more players to its 2014 recruiting class.
The Aztecs added two more players to its 2014 recruiting class.

March 27, 2014

SAN DIEGO - San Diego State men's soccer coach Lev Kirshner recently announced the addition of San Diego natives Sergio Enriquez and Mark Revell to the Aztecs 2014 recruiting class.

The two latest signees bolster SDSU's class set to join the Aztecs this fall to 17, further improving one of the best classes the Aztecs have had during Coach Kirshner's 14-year tenure.

Enriquez, starred at Helix High, under the tutelage of former Aztec soccer player, Jeff Kepper. The Highlanders' Team MVP, first-team all-Grossmont Hills selection, and four-year honor student, also played his club ball for the Nomads Soccer Academy. Enriquez chose SDSU because, "I wanted to play Division I soccer at the highest level and be part of a great program."

Revell, a transfer from the University of Hawaii-Manoa, excelled for his youth club in San Diego, CV Manchester, under another former Aztec soccer player, Darren Parker. Revell played his high school soccer at Torrey Pines, where he was the Team MVP his freshman and senior seasons, while leading the Falcons to the 2009 CIF Championship. Revell was a scholar-athlete all four years and picked the Aztecs because he, "Wanted to return home and play for a great program."

The Aztecs will expect immediate help from both players as the team continues to play against the best competition the country has to offer. SDSU competes in the Pac-12 conference, which was the number one ranked RPI conference in the nation last season. Its 2013 schedule included a top-10 opponent in seven of the last nine weeks of the season, a top-25 opponent every week but three, and also featured 11 matches against teams who made the NCAA Tournament; tying Sweet 16 participant Stanford twice.