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Anteaters sign 13 promising recruits

May 12, 2003

school records are impeccable." Kuntz also believes his size,

presence, ability to stop shots and distribute the ball are Reingen's


Brandon Foster, a 6-3 defender, comes out of La Salle High in

Pasadena, where he was team Co-MVP, first-team All-Santa Fe League

and, as a junior, won the league triple jump title.

"[Foster] is a defender with quite a bit of potential and is still


growing," Kuntz said. "His size and speed are definitely what we are

looking for in his position this recruiting class. We have seen his

progress and believe he will be a strong Division I defender."

Anthony Hamilton, a 6-0 midfielder, scored 33 goals as a senior at

Colton High, where he was twice the team MVP and was named Player of

the Year by the San Bernardino Sun.

"[Hamilton] has all the tools to become a top-caliber Division I

player," Kuntz said. "He is fast, good in the air, can finish, is

good on both sides of the ball, a good student of the game, and a


Rodolfo Mondragon, a 5-6 forward, played at South Gate High, were

he was a three-time team MVP.

"Rudy is a clever forward or midfielder who is skillful in tight

spaces," Kuntz said. "He has the ability to change games with his

deceptive moves and ability to go forward."

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