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Breaking down the future of Big East

Article Written by J.R. Eskilson
Published: December 12, 2012

Prognosticating men’s soccer in the Big East is difficult.

The conference has seen a ton of turnover over the last few months with the impending exodus of a few programs and the introduction of a couple of teams in 2013.

Added to that is the growing number of strong programs in the conference including recent NCAA Finalist Georgetown, 2011 Big East Blue Division champions Marquette, and the quickly improving South Florida program.

Building and keeping those programs strong revolves around talented recruiting classes and next season figures to be no different with a large number of highly rated recruits heading to the Big East for next fall.

Check out who is set to replace the Ian Christiansons and Leston Pauls of the college soccer world.

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