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  • Bookcover of Nathan Zuzga
    Booktitle:

    Nathan Zuzga

    Association football, Forward (association football), Catawba College, Michigan Bucks, Carolina RailHawks FC

    Loc Publishing (2013-01-11 )

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    ISBN-13:

    978-620-0-26827-3

    ISBN-10:
    6200268274
    EAN:
    9786200268273
    Book language:
    English
    Blurb/Shorttext:
    Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Nathan Zuzga (born January 8, 1985 in Troy, Michigan) is a U.S. soccer forward who played one season for the Carolina RailHawks in the USL First Division. Zuzga attended Troy High School where he was an All State soccer player. In 2002, his high school team took fourth in the Michigan State High School soccer tournament. Zuzga then attended Catawba College from 2003 to 2006. While at Catawba Zuzga was three-time All Region, four-time All Conference, two-time All State, three-time SAC Tournament Team and two-time MVP. Zuzga set a school record for NCAA Tournament goals and points.
    Publishing house:
    Loc Publishing
    Website:
    http://www.alphascript-publishing.com
    Edited by:
    Timoteus Elmo
    Number of pages:
    112
    Published on:
    2013-01-11
    Stock:
    Available
    Category:
    Sport
    Price:
    34.00 €
    Keywords:
    Football, Michigan, Nathan, Forward, Catawba, Bucks, Zuzga

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