2016 Hardrocker Soccer Recruits
RAPID CITY, S.D. --- The South Dakota School of Mines men’s
soccer head coach Jordan Kadlec is pleased to announce the newest additions to
the Hardrocker soccer program for the 2016 campaign.
“We are extremely excited to announce the addition of 10 scholar-athletes
to our roster for the 2016 season. I truly believe that we have added a group
of guys who will uphold the guiding principles of not only our soccer program but
the SD Mines campus as well,” Kadlec said.
“Coach (Andrew) Conniff and I have worked extremely hard to
fill gaps in our roster and I believe we have succeeded in doing so,” Kadlec
added. “We believe all 10 additions bring something significant to our program
and will push those currently on our roster to improve every day. We
expect many of these 10 new scholar-athletes to push for playing time and
Kyle Daledovich (transfer)
Kyle joined the team this January from the University of
Tulsa originally from Missouri where he played with St. Louis Scott Gallagher
letter-winner at Helias Catholic High School. First Team All District,
Region and State as a senior.
Bradley is a defender from Arvada, Colorado. He plays
club soccer with Real Colorado Edge Select.
in CHSAA State Tournament, Quarterfinals in CYS State Cup, National Premier
League Qualification 2016, Super League Qualification 2016.
Bradley on coming to
SDSMT: “I wanted to become an engineer and South Dakota School of Mines is
an impressive engineering school that will provide a great education in the
field of engineering.”
Justin is a versatile attacking player from Longmont,
Colorado. He played at Niwot High School and for Colorado Storm North.
Varsity starter, Senior team Captain, 2014 Time Call Player of the Year, 2014
Northern League Player of the Year, First Team All-State 2014 and 2015, Golden
Boot Award 2014 and 2015, Silver Boot Award 2014 and 2015, Offensive Player of
the Year 2014 and 2015, High School MVP 2014.
Justin on coming to
SDSMT: “The main reason was that the school will allow me to obtain my
degree in Mechanical Engineering in a cost effective manner. In addition,
I’m looking to be a strong contributor in allowing the men’s soccer team to
make history by winning the RMAC and playing in the NCAA Div. II
tournament. Lastly, I chose SD Mines because of its location. I’m
looking forward to being a Hardrocker for the next four years.”
Nick comes to SD Mines from Aurora, Colorado where he
attends Grandview High School. He provides a physical presence on the
field and can play center back or in the midfield. He plays his club
soccer with the Colorado Rapids Academy.
Team Academic All-State, Four years on Varsity, Senior Captain, Second Team
All-League, Colorado Rapids u18 Captain.
Nick on coming to
SDSMT: “The coaching and training staff is energetic and motivational. The
team has high potential and are a fun and intelligent group. The academics
are very advanced and will lead to a great future.”
Danny is very athletic and can play as a forward or on the
wing. Danny is from Bellevue, Nebraska and plays with Bellevue Soccer Club
Honors: All ITG
Class A First Team, All-State Honorable Mention, Seventh in State in goals
(Class A), Lincoln Journal Star Super-State Honorable Mention.
Danny on coming to
SDSMT: “To pursue my interest in Mining Engineering while also being able
to continue my soccer career.”
Garrett is a very technical and skilled player coming from
Folsom, California. He currently plays with Placer United Soccer Club and can
play in the midfield or on the wing.
Place Spring NPL Champions League (2014), Third Place NPL National Showcase
(2014), 2012-2013 San Jose Earthquakes Regional Academy Member, 2012-2013 CYSA
Cal North ODP, 2013-2014 CYSA Cal North ODP Sub-Regional Attendee
Garrett on coming to
SDSMT: “I chose to attend SD Mines because of the vision the coaching staff
have for the future of the program. The school also has an excellent
engineering program which will help me progress my professional career.”
Carter is a dynamic player who is very attacking-minded, and
can play a variety of positions through midfield and forward. Carter is
from Chandler, Arizona and plays with AZ Arsenal Premier.
Carter on coming to
SDSMT: “I chose this school because I felt that it fit my academic needs
extremely well and in addition I love the outdoor atmosphere that it
provides. On my visit I was able to experience the sincere kindness of
the people in Rapid City, overall it was a place that I could see myself
Ryan is a commanding defender who will join the program from
the St. Louis Scott Gallagher Academy. He is from Kirkwood, Missouri.
Missouri State Champion, First Team All-Conference, Districts, and Region,
All-State Honorable Mention, Team MVP.
Will is a very intelligent player and attacking-minded
defender from Colorado Springs, Colorado. He plays his club soccer with
Rush Pikes Peak and attends high school at Cheyenne Mountain HS.
team captain past three season, 2015 CYSA u18 Super League Second Place, 2014
CYSA Division 1 Champions, 2014 CYSA State Cup Semi-Finalists, 2013/2014
Colorado 4A State Champions, 4-year varsity letterman and starter, 2014
Academic All-State Honorable Mention
Will on coming to
SDSMT: “I chose to become a Hardrocker because the team plays a style
of soccer that I would fit into. Once I visited and saw the campus and
stayed with some of the players, I could see myself becoming a part of the
team. Also, meeting Coach Kadlec and getting to know his tactics and
plans for the team made me feel comfortable and that I would be receiving high
Owen is an attacking midfielder from Missoula,
Montana. He played his high school soccer with Sentinel HS.
All-State Selection, Twice selected as Academic All-State, 5-Time Selection for
ODP Regional Camp, Captained High School team his senior year, 4 year
Owen on coming to
SDSMT: “I was looking for an engineering school and had it down to
four. After research, some campus visits, and a great campus visit in
Rapid City where I met Coach Kadlec, SD Mines felt like the best place to
succeed academically and athletically.”