Men's soccer head coach Sasho Cirovski announced additions to the Maryland program's roster for the 2024 season, welcoming Jace Clark, Laurin Mack, Hudson Roarke, Mikkel Lassen, Jameson Pardew, Lukas Michelbrink, Alexi Edwards, Owen Presthus, Max Vold, Aidan Linehan, and Travis Harris.

By the Numbers
  • Hudson Roarke, from Brown University, had a goals against average of 0.55, made 33 saves, and was Second-Team All-Ivy League.
  • Laurin Mack played for SC Freiburg in Germany, with experience at the youth academy and 3.Liga level.
  • Mikkel Lassen was the top scorer for FC Nordsjælland at the U-17 level and helped win the U17 Danish League Championship, with 11 goals in the Danish U19 Superliga.
State of Play
  • Jace Clark and Laurin Mack have already enrolled for the 2024 spring season.
  • The additions bring diverse skill sets to the team and are expected to have an immediate impact.
  • The head coach expressed excitement and belief that the new players will enhance the team's performance.
What's Next

The new additions are anticipated to contribute significantly to Maryland's soccer program, with the potential to elevate the team's performance in the upcoming season.

Bottom Line

Maryland's men's soccer team has bolstered its roster with a diverse group of talented players, bringing in experience, skill, and leadership that is expected to elevate the team's performance in the 2024 season.