WICHITA FALLS, TX - Midwestern State coach Bill Maskill unveiled a deep 2016 recruiting class loaded with offensive line help following a furious day of activity Wednesday on National Signing Day.
The strong class of prospects includes 30 prep standouts who chose to continue their gridrion careers and play for the Mustangs.
"We were able to address our needs on the offensive line. This is the first time we were able to sign eight, but we were also able to address every position," MSU coach Bill Maskil said. "This is a solid, deep class who will help us continue to build on our great athletic tradition at Midwestern State."
The class includes 15 offensive postion players including seven offensive linemen, two wide receivers, three running backs, two tight ends and one quarterback, while 15 defensive position players fill out the class including nine defensive backs, a linebackers and five defensive linemen.
Midwestern State finished its 16th consecutive winning season in 2015 rolling to a 10-2 record advancing to the second round of the NCAA Division II Playoffs. During the run, the Mustangs advanced to the NCAA Division II playoffs on seven occasions, played in a Kanza Bowl and claimed Lone Star Conference champioships in 2009, 2011 and 2012.
Here is a breakdown of the 2016 Midwestern State Signing Class:
2016 Midwestern State Prep Signees
Head coach Damian Clarke and the Midwestern State women's soccer program are excited to announce that 11 prep standouts have signed National Letters of Intent to join the Mustangs for the upcoming 2016 season.
Midwestern State inked 10 student-athletes from the Lone Star State while also signing one from New Mexico to complete the 2016 signing class. The signing class will join a squad that returns nine of 11 starters from last season's 8-7-3 team that finished fifth in the Lone Star Conference.
Below is a breakdown of the MSU Women's Soccer 2016 Signing Class:
2016 Women's Soccer Signing Class