Penn State adds three transfers, two freshmen for spring

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Penn State men’s soccer coach Bob Warming announced the signing of five newcomers to the program for the spring season, including three transfers and two freshmen.

The freshmen include center back Brandon Hackenberg from Palmyra, Va. and midfielder Pierre Reedy from Kutztown, Pa., who spent a year with Red Bulls Academy. Warming called Reedy “the top player I saw from Pennsylvania this year” in a news release on the Penn State men’s soccer website.

The transfers include former Emory center back Stephen Kenney (Franklin, Pa.), former Tulsa and Vancouver Whitecaps Residency forward Aymar Sigue (Alberta, Canada) and former NC State midfielder Cameron Steele (Clayton, N.C.).

Sigue, an 18-year-old sophomore who has spent time with the Canadian U20 team, could be a much-needed boost for a Nittany Lions offense that struggled in 2015.

“Aymar can be the whole package for me as a number nine,” Warming said in a release. “When he has played with the U20 National team he is a difference maker.”

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