2 quality transfers join Mac men's soccer team

By Steve Sell
March 16, 2016

McPherson College men’s soccer coach Doug Quint continues to strike gold on the recruiting trail.

Quint today announced the signing of two more players to letters of intent as the Bulldogs strive to get back to the top of the KCAC.

David Mwinga and Sean Morris are the latest Bulldog additions.

"I am real pleased to announce the commitment of these two guys," Quint said. "We definitely needed to become more dynamic offensively and these two bring that. I look forward to them contributing to our success this fall right away."

Mwinga is a 5-6 forward and outside back who comes from Santa Rosa, Calif., where he most recently played for coach Kinihan Marty and the Bearcubs of Santa Rosa Junior College.

At  Maria Carrillo High School, Mwinga played for coach Mike Mastin and the Pumas. He was named to the First Team All-Conference his senior year.

He is the son of Selina Kimanjara and will study sports medicine at McPherson College.

"David is another quality transfer from the very successful Santa Rosa JC in California,” Quint said. “We will play him either up top or wide in the midfield next year. He's extremely quick and loves to run at opponents."

Morris has been at Clayton State University in Georgia, where he played for coach Pete Peterson. He was named to the Clayton State University Dean’s List for two of his four semesters at CSU. His highlight was scoring a game-winning goal against then No. 14-ranked Flagler College.

He is a native of Cambridge, England, and went to high school at Stowupland High School.

He is the son of Tracey Morris and David Watson. He will be a business marketing major with a minor in finance or entrepreneurship.

"Sean brings that international experience we need up front,” Quint said. “He's older and is very dynamic on the ball. I see him playing either playing as our No. 10 or up front."