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Former Switchbacks FC Forward Mike Seth Joins Phoenix Rising FC for 2017

By Phoenix Rising FC Communications, 12/07/16, 11:00AM MST

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PHOENIX (December 7, 2016)  Phoenix Rising Football Club today announced it has signed forward Mike Seth for the 2017 season. The contract is pending league and USSF approval and, per club policy, the terms of the contract will not be public.

“Watching (Mike) as we scouted his club, I kept noticing he was affecting play all over the pitch,” said Phoenix Rising FC head coach Frank Yallop.  “His play was aggressive and he was a good finisher, too. He’s an all-around good player in this league and it shows in his stats that he can score goals and make goals. He’s going to really help us in the attack.”

Seth has played in USL since 2010, making his professional debut with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds and playing his last two seasons with conference rival Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC. Last season, in 28 matches (2,074 minutes), Seth led the Switchbacks in goals (8), assists (5), and points (21). He scored three goals and notched two assists in 26 matches (1,930 minutes) in 2015.

Phoenix Rising Football Club players under contract for 2017

GOALKEEPERS: Carl Woszczynski

DEFENDERS: Peter Ramage, Uchenna Uzo, J.J. Greer, Brock Granger

MIDFIELDERS: Blair Gavin, Miguel Timm, Luke Rooney

FORWARDS: Moses Danto, Jason Johnson, Chris Cortez, Mike Seth

 

About Phoenix Rising FC

Phoenix Rising FC is Arizona's only professional soccer franchise. Established in 2013, the club enters its fourth year in the United Soccer League. For more information on the club, visit the team's website at PHXRisingFC.com. You can also follow the team on Facebook (PHXRisingFC), Twitter (@PHXRisingFC), Instagram (@PHXRisingFC), Snapchat (PHXRisingFC) and YouTube (PHXRisingFC). For season tickets call (623) 594-9606 or visit PHXRisingFC.com.

 

About USL

The United Soccer League, the longest-standing professional affiliate member of U.S. Soccer, is the largest professional soccer league in the United States and Canada, and the world, with 29 teams in 19 U.S. states and three Canadian provinces during the recent 2016 season. The USL has more than doubled in size since 2014 and built a stable, highly competitive professional soccer league on a national footprint with strong ownership groups in major markets positioned for long-term success. The 2016 season marked the introduction of six teams - Bethlehem Steel FC, FC Cincinnati, Orlando City B, Rio Grande Valley FC, San Antonio FC and the Swope Park Rangers. The league has confirmed the additions of Reno 1868 FC, the Tampa Bay Rowdies and Ottawa Fury FC in 2017 and Nashville SC in 2018. The USL's teams are divided into two conferences - Eastern and Western - with each team playing 32 regular season games starting in 2017. In addition to league play, USL teams compete in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup as well as various domestic and international exhibitions. The USL is the strongest U.S. men's professional soccer league below Major League Soccer. Follow the USL at USLSoccer.com, on YouTube (www.YouTube.com/USL), and on social media via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.