CNCC soccer signs multiple players for upcoming men’s season |

CNCC soccer signs multiple players for upcoming men’s season

From left, the Colorado Northwestern Community College Spartan mascot joins Luis Tarango, Juan Loya, Jesus Esquival, Aidan White, Jordan Holand, Jorge Membreno, Jordan Fraedrich, Ross VanHara, Jesus Hernandez, Ulises Silva, Logan Hopkins, Jonathan Marroquin and coach Joe Eades during a Jan. 26 signing for the men's soccer team. CNCC will start its third season this fall for men's and women's teams.
Andy Bockelman
Colorado Northwestern Community College men's soccer signingJesus Esquival — Anchorage, Alaska

Jordan Fraedrich — Loveland

Juan Loya — Craig

Jesus Hernandez — Sealy, Texas

Jordan Holand — Cañon City

Logan Hopkins — Cañon City

Jonathan Marroquin — Perris, California

Jorge Membreno — Edwards

Ulises Silva — Craig

Luis Tarango — Craig

Ross VanHara — Steamboat Springs

Aidan White — Parker

The roster for Colorado Northwestern Community College’s soccer program grew by double digits in the course of a week.

The CNCC men’s team recently signed one dozen athletes to play for the Spartans’ third season this fall.

A combination of returning players and incoming rookies put paper to pen for their letter of intent Jan. 26 at the Craig campus. The majority of players are from within Colorado, including Moffat County High School mainstays Ulises Silva, Luis Tarango and Juan Loya.

Steamboat’s Ross VanHara, Cañon City’s Logan Hopkins and Jordan Holand, California’s Jonathan Marroquin and Texas’s Jesus Hernandez will return for another season with the Spartans.

Aidan White comes to the team from the Front Range’s Parker with plans to enroll in CNCC’s aviation program at the Rangely campus.

“I love the passion and all the hard work,” White said of his enjoyment of the game. “I love meeting new people, having fun and just being on a team.”

Jorge Membreno comes from Edwards and Jordan Fraedrich from Loveland, while Jesus Esquival comes to Northwest Colorado from Anchorage, Alaska.

CNCC is in the process of hiring a new women’s coach following the departure of Brian Arendale.

Now in his second year as head coach for the men’s team, Joe Eades said he hopes to have 26 on the squad by this fall and is looking to even recruit internationally.

“We’re definitely looking at having a little more diversity this year,” he said.


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