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Seattle Impact FC add first midfielder to roster
For the Reporter
The Seattle Impact FC has signed its first midfielder, Micah Wenzel.
The Impact are the newest members of the 23-team Major Arena Soccer League (MASL), the indoor game's top-tier division throughout North America
Born in Federal Way, Wenzel is a former Bellarmine Prep High School and University of Puget Sound star.
Wenzel played for indoor soccer teams in Tacoma from 2007 to 2013.
During his three-year stint with Tacoma's semi-pro team, Wenzel helped the Stars capture the 2010 national championship, notably scoring five goals in the five-game tournament along with posting a goal and an assist in the final game.
With the Tacoma Stars pro team from 2010 to 2012, Wenzel scored double-digit goals each season. In 2013, Wenzel was a member of the Tacoma Galaxy, where he served as team captain.
Wenzel is excited and determined to begin a new chapter in his career.
"This is an opportunity that many players in this area would relish and so I am going to do everything possible to make the most of this chance," Wenzel said. "There is a lot of quality in this area as far as indoor soccer players go so I can't wait to get everyone together and get on the same page as the season approaches."
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