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UCLA player transfers to DU

March 27, 2012 | 12:31 pm No comments
By Shaun Schafer

Former Wheat Ridge High School player Reid Hukari has transferred from UCLA to the University of Denver men’s soccer team, head coach Bobby Muuss announced Tuesday.

“We are very excited to have Reid join our program here at the University of Denver this spring,” Muuss said. “In addition to being a tremendous soccer player, he brings a fierce competitive drive to our program. Having him start in the academic and soccer environment here at DU this spring will be a huge benefit for Reid and the program for this upcoming fall.”

Hukari spent two years at UCLA. He played 11 games for the Bruins as a freshman in 2010, including starts against Indiana, Notre Dame and Davidson, but sat out last season as a redshirt.

Prior to UCLA, Hukari was twice voted All-Colorado First Team while starring at Wheat Ridge High School where he holds the school records for career goals (50), career assists (36) and single-season goals (22 in 2008). Hukari also played club soccer for Colorado Rush.

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