USLSoccer.com Staff Report
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC announced on Tuesday it had re-signed veteran forward Mike Seth.
Seth scored the first goal in Switchbacks history in their home opener in 2015 against OKC Energy FC, and finished the season with three goals and two assists in 26 appearances for the club. A former member of the Pittsburgh Riverhounds, Seth recorded more than 1,900 minutes of action for the Switchbacks in 2015.
“I’m excited for this upcoming season and look forward to building on our team’s success from last year,” Seth said.
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During his college career, Seth played for the Colorado Rapids U23 in the PDL. He rejoins an attack that is also set to include returning standouts Miguel Gonzalez and Aaron King in the upcoming season.“Mike was very consistent for us last season and I know he wants to repeat that this season,” said Switchbacks Head Coach Steve Trittschuh. “Mike is a versatile player that will fill a lot of needs for us again.”